Another groovy BT for you dear friends in A.

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Pickmaster, Jan 30, 2008.


  1. Pickmaster

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    Only BT for now guys. I’ve put it together but somehow found difficult to come out with proper solo on it (I’m still trying). So your ideas please !
    http://www.drika.biz/YoYo.mp3
     
  2. Woodyworld

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    It's a corker of a BT - where you been hiding that you devil!
     
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    Great backer Doc, thanks
     
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    Thanks a lot!! I really enjoyed that
    Bill
     
  5. clayville

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    Thanks for the backing track! Here's about 45 seconds of simple-minded ideas spread out over five minutes. :(

    CS-356 into a crybaby, a BD-2, a Yamaha D5000 and a Womanizer pedal recorded direct, with some extra PSP 84 delay providing robo-ambience.

    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6225320
     
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  7. Pickmaster

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    Clayville, Thanks, sounds cool, great idea to use a wa-wa on it! it is very vocal tune and wah will be a great colour. I will try that.

    TheJudge, nice mild overdrive and storytelling approach, good idea, thanks man, I’ll try this too.

    Lovely playing gentlemen, thanks for posting your takes.
     
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    Hey Doc, thanks for listening and letting me know some of your thoughts. I checked out some of your YouTube vids. Very nice man. I thought your rendition of Voodoo Chile was nicely done with some great feeling and enough tasty touches to make it your own.

    Cheers!
     
  9. yZe

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    Nice one, I'll see what I can scrounge up
     
  10. jzilla

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    hey fellas,
    i've finally mustered up the courage to post something here. my first soundclip post so be gentle (pretend not to hear the flubs)... :p had a lot of fun with this.

    my stock 335 with the exception of a bone nut and tone pros bridge, into a red snapper into my newly acquired kendrick roughneck. mic-ed with a good ole 57.

    here's the clip:
    http://www.sonicartist.com/misc/yoyo_attempt.mp3

    thanks for listening,
    -j

    [edit]i accidentally uploaded the aif. fixed it. sorry![/edit]
     
  11. PAF

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    jzilla - loved the 335 sound.
    Nice jazzyblues approach and phrasing, nice tone too.

    PAF - I liked overdrive tone and more drive on the end of the tune. What is your gear and recording setup?
    Thanks for the takes fellas.
     
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    Thanks for the backing track, Doc! Very easy to get lost in this one (in a good way).

    Loren (adlibmusic) dropped off a new 1x12 ported speaker cab for me last night so I thought I'd give it a try on this track. So far it's the best sounding cab I've ever tried! Tele -> Dumble HRM clone -> Adlib ported cab (DeltaPro speaker). Arion delay in the loop.

    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6235341

    BTW, I really want to thank Brandon at Bludotone for providing a chassis and boards for this amp. It's not quite as dialed as a real Bludotone, but even in its primitive state, this thing rocks!

    More than the usual disclaimer...I got so caught up in the tone thang I pretty much forgot about playing...yada yada.
     
  14. Pickmaster

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    Hey Normster,
    That is one big, fat singing tone, especially for tele.
    Sweet sounding amp and cab.
    Brandon is the man!
     
  15. jzilla

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    thanks pickmaster. some nice ideas here! cool modal stuff paf. normster - tone for days...

    this is a fun BT. challenging to keep the ideas coming for the duration!!
     
  16. PAF

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    Hiya, LP R8 into attenuated Komet 60 - blackback 412 - Cascade fathead about 3' back from cab - firepod for pre, played middle position volume rolled back 1/4 of the way thru first part then onto the bridge open for the last bit
     
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    Nice one Weldaar,
    Sweet sustaining notes with the feedback. Is it Les Paul with Marshall, can’t see properly on your photo.
     
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    Believe it or not, I was using my LPGT trough a Vintage Club 30 Crate. Usually I would use my Plexi, but it's so darn loud.
     
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    Crates (VC30, VC50, and my favourite Blue Voodoo 50) are great amps. I have BV50 modified for Dumble flavour and it does a great job.
     

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