Blues

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by bobgoblin, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. bobgoblin

    bobgoblin Member

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    sweeeettttt chops ! What kinda rig and ax?
     
  3. Dylan61

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    Very easy Blues playing you got there, very well done!

    Some advice, it sounds like you could need a tiny bit of more sustain in the last part of the clip:cool: , or in your pedal gain, not to much.

    What gear did you use.
     
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    Hey, guys, thanks for the kind words.

    I used an '05 Les Paul Standard, all stock. The "amp" is the Line6 guitarport (Marshall Plexi w/a little 'verb).

    No, the sound was supposed to drift away, no more gain was needed, but it would have sounded good your way, too.
     
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    Nice! The virtual amp sounds great. I gotta try one of those setups. I still go the mic-a-small-amp-with-a-57 route. A widget like the Line6 Guitarport would make my neighbor happy ;-).
     
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    real nice man. you guys should also check out my favorite: "drive" (of course I'm biased).

    "greeny" is also good.

    pfreagin bob, keeping my LP gas alive, you dastardly bastard.
     
  7. Sub-D

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    killer phrasing, particularly on the 1 st part of the tune.....
    dug that
     

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