Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by slowburn, Aug 16, 2005.
talk about anxious. I know it's just a pedal, but still... man you guys are serious enablers...
p.s. any one have real time clips of the eternity (preferably) thru single coils & (hopefully) with a lovepedal vibe?
wow is that gain strictly from the eternity? that's awesome. very amp like. hopefully this will inspire me to be a better player the way your vibe inspired me to write some new tunes...
i am waiting for my eternity as well.
it feels like i am waiting.......an eternity!!!!
sweet. I'm pumped...
Eternity + Telecaster + slide
volume @ 10 o'clock
treble @ noon
clip @ noon
Antiquity bridge pickup, btw.
nice! what amp?
30 watt Bogner Metropolis
set on Schizo 3 (kind of a Fender/Vox type sound that boosts
the lows and the highs)
gain set at about 1:30-2 o'clock
bass @ 9 o'clock, treble & presence @ noon
I'm not sure what mic Martin using. I'm pretty sure it wasn't a 57.
It's probably just the wimpy speakers in my laptop, but all 4 of the tone test clips sound exactly the same to me.
yep, you have problems with the speakers.
Most of the people that responded liked 1 and 4, the BSM and the Eternity. 2 very different tones. The BSM is bright & silky, and the Eternity has a darker radiance that can sound a lot like a cranked vintage amp, or a bit like my SLO-100 with some top end bite.
Yes I'm sure the little 1x.5" speaker doesn't do anything justice. I was laughing because it really made them all have the same tone. I'll have to listen to them later on my home system.
I can't believe how cool and versitile the Eternity is. I never intended to use it in this fasion, but it gives some pedals what they are lacking. I use it as a treble boost into my Menatone KOTB for my small practice rig at home. It gives it the presense it needs. It has to be the coolest overdrive made!!
When I frikkin have some time I'll put some sound clips up... speaking of I need to call my studio buddy...
Thanks Sean for making cool snizzle!
Yep, the Eternity's got the mojo.
I've used it in the studio, and I've played it live in front of some big crowds (lately on the Fox Memphis station as well). Its about as good as any overdrive is ever going to get, imho.
I'm looking forward to getting the Karl and the BBB. The Karl has an inherent lunacy that's quite appealing...
ok sean, this is a question for you, but if you answer I'll be upset cause that means you're here when you should be building pedals (jk) ... is it a 4-5week wait?
Sean, I've always been very impressed by the quality of your clips, will you provide any information as to the equipment you use to record your stuff? Most of the time clips don't do pedals justice but you can actually hear the "life" of your pedals in the clips. I'd just like to know I guess what amps you primarily record through and the mics I guess.
Thank you.. I try real hard..
some clips are done by guys like the gainster, Randy mC, Mike Katon in there own studio's.. I think the mic'ing technique is the secret to capturing anything to tape..
I use audition a 57 and a few different amps.. 64 silvertone 1482, tweed pro junior, a custom shop mary kay blues junior with a swamp ash cab, ampeg jet and super jet.. Katon uses a tweed bassman, super reverbs, marshall 100 watt 4 holers, peavey classic 20.. The gainster uses santana's old blue angel boogie, a .22 cal boogie and a mark 4.. I try to mic the room so you get a feel of what they sound like in a ROOM in stead of just capturing what coming off the speaker.. It is a art to do clips that sound nice for sure..
It's a 45 week wait..
luv U man...
(paralyzed with shock, slowburn's heart stops, and his head smashes against the keyboard...)
Thanks, Sean. Keep up the good work. I appreciate your passion.
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