Comfortably Numb 2nd solo clip:

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jhall, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. jhall

    jhall Member

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    This is an attampt to get better audio into my vids than the cheapie-cam mic I have so I taped this with Reaper running then got rid of the Cam audio and synced this up to it. Does it seem to work well?
    I used a TonePort UX2 for this as there's virtually no setup time to do that. Soon I'll do a few clips with real amps and stuff:
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  2. 100JH

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    Seems to work fine, nice job on the guitar playing - sounds good to me, you kinda loose it a bit iin the end, but in a good way...what whammy are you using to pull up on the arm? Or did you route the rear out? Does you trem float? I need to research this more for a jeff beck like strat I will be building soon.
     
  3. huskerjohn

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    :bow I liked it! Great job on the whammy!
     
  4. bantoto

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    Amazing playing!
     
  5. jhall

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    Actually it is a bone stock MIM trem (it's one of the newer ones post 2006 with the medium jumbo frets but I did replace the bridge pup with a Duncan Hot Rails). I keep the plate about high enough to do a full step up-bend. Thing stays in tune way better than either of my other Strats too!!
    Other Strats being a 50th anniv ltd edition American series Strat (that one has the more modern trem and is reasonably good too) and a Fender Showmaster bubinga again with the modern two point trem.
    Of the three I prefer the MIM for treming and the Showmaster for excellet rock tone and versatility. But I find myself constntly using that MIM over a rather large collection of more spendy guitars for some reason.
     

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