Ed's Funk Track w/ Tele

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  1. Jayson Chance

    Jayson Chance Member

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    Fun track to play around with... Thanks, Ed!
    Decided to give this a quick try this afternoon before my 6 year old got home from school. Crap.... Should have changed the damn strings first, but it is what it is-

    Setup was:

    Dunlavey Custom Tele- Dr. Z MAZ 18 210.
    First couple of passes are just guitar & amp set clean with a slight amount of compression from the Keeley

    Next time through, added Keeley BD2 for a little mo' dirt.

    Last pass was w/ the Keeley TS9. This was a one take, so excuse a couple of clams in there!

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=465770

    -J
     
  2. Priestunes

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    Very relaxed! I know the feeling of trying to record before someone's due home. Delivered with grace and tone... Doin' Dr. Z and Keeley proud!
     
  3. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    sounds good! Got a link to Ed's backing? Thanks!
     
  4. Sub-D

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    great tone and playing..
    those keeley compressors sound tight, Literally..... real punchy...dig it..
     
  5. Jayson Chance

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    I found it in a thread on here within the past few days. You might have to go through a page or two, but you'll find it.

    If no luck, I'll find the link for you when I get a chance..

    Thanks for the kind words, fellers!

    JC
     
  6. johnfindlay

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    I recogniZe the Z sound-Nice playin & tones fer sure!!
    Ive been on hate/love with my K-comp for awhile-but ive used it-i dont notice it too much here-but its doin the job.

    JF
     
  7. Tyrone Shuz

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    Sounds great, young whippersnapper! I have to record stealthily as well (2-yr-old!)
     
  8. Jayson Chance

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    Thanks, bro! I use a 50 watt Weber mini-MASS for stuff like this.
    With an amp like a MAZ 18, I can pretty much set the volume, master and mini-MASS output all at 12 o'clock, and get pretty good sounds at very moderate volumes. It's low enough that my 4 year old doesn't complain when she's watching "Dora the Explorer" in the next room! LOL

    TedM- The link to the thread with Ed's BT is here:

    http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=131674

    JC
     
  9. Tyrone Shuz

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    Very cool. I use a POD when total stealth is required, but I have a Demeter Silent Sound Chamber (it ain't silent, and I still have it inside its shipping box as well) when I record my Fuchs amps. Fuchs amps are not attenuator-friendly, according to my experience and the builder. Don't know why, but Andy said don't use 'em. So you're fortunate in that regard, but I can record at a low volume and the SSC is whisper quiet. At high volumes the SSC is tolerable in the daytime, but not at night.
     
  10. tedm

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    I think that is it, somehow I thought there was something funkier, but that is pretty funky now that I listen to it again.

     
  11. mikem

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    Immaculate tone!

    Mike
     

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