bradshaw rack tones--clean, blues, and beyond

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  1. mentoneman

    mentoneman Guest

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    my friend brad jamming on a wet/dry/wet monument to tone whilst i recordith:


    Landau and Huff still rule

    tyler and fender strats, egnater tol 100 head, tc 2290/1210, lexicon pcm 81, tons of pedals (mxr dynacomp/flanger, eh LPB-2, marshall bb2)

    :banana
     
  2. ToneZappa

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    Very nice an education in class guitar sounds. :AOK
     
  3. Woodyworld

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    Very nice.

    Ah that takes me back!
     
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    Pat ...... stop it! Stop it right now!! I mean it!!! Really!!!!
     
  5. mentoneman

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    the danger about a rig like this is that it's so much fun scrolling around and finding tones that you never really want to play songs!
     
  6. mentoneman

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    what this rig needs is your two rock:drool
     
  7. mentoneman

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    i know----sorry again! it's a curse i tell you...

    this is the reason i will probably never have a rig without some form of rack effect, and why i think a pedal/rack hybrid rig is unbeatable.

    slamming the front end of an amp with funky pedals for the right touch and tone, and shaping the back end with studio grade effects for stereo space and motion, seems the best of both worlds to me.:phones
     

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