Feel So Bad Jam Redux

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  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Here are two quick wanks done mere moments ago..... Actually 2 hours ago (In the infamous Hugh Hefner bathrobe) :D

    I made one subtle internal change between takes. SOD50 and Tonespotter. 90s HRM voice.

    If you listen to both, I'd appreciate any feedback on which tone was preferrable. I kind of am leaning towards Clip 1 (if I raise the lower mids a hair)

    (OLD BAD CLIP)Clip one http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/FeelSoBadHRM39kNew.MP3

    (OLD BAD CLIP)Clip two http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/FeelSoBadHRM33kNew.MP3

    Better New Clips

    New Clip w/OD snub switch in bright setting http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/FeelBadHRM33k270pf.MP3

    New Clip w/ OD snub switch in smooth setting http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/FeelBadHRM33k390pf.MP3

    Scott
     
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    I think I like the tone better on take two, but i like the playing better on take one - i heard some cool grant green/melvin sparks there that i really dug! :D
     
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    Thanks Anton! I love both Melvin and Grant!!! Not many guys listen to Melvin ;)

    I need your cell # so we can hook up at NAMM. I'll email you.

    Did you get to compare the two People Make the World...Magma clips above?? Which one do you prefer?

    Thanks!!

     
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    I'm with you on clip 1 Scott. It's difficult to describe....warmer with more presence.

    I'm a newbie here, but I found a link to your site a few weeks ago, and listening to you play just blows me away. I've listened to quite a few of your clips over and over and over again. Great stuff!
     
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    Scott, of course, saying your playing at this is terrific is an exersize in redundancy. I like the tone on take 1. but would like to hear a little more upper mid. Hey what's a HRM Magma.

    Peace bro,
    Duffy
     
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    Killer playing, as usual, I think I prefer #1 tonewise, but both sounded nice to me.
     
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    As usual, I like the No HRM clip more. It seem more like a natural overdrive imo.
     
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    hi Scott-im listening low-just for the playing-im not sure i could ever comment on tone like you guys- cept to say it sounds effin' great!!

    ill come back to this thread 'louder in' the morning...

    jf
     
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    Hi Scott,

    I agree with Greg,

    Magma - no HRM (whateverthatis :)

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Great playing and tone as usual, Scott. I like the no HRM one the best tonewise.

    Mike
     
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    No contest, clip 1 hands-down. Even on my computer speakers at work the difference is pretty remarkable. Clip 1 is certainly brighter, but it's also more lively and articulate. I don't know what intervals you use on your double-stops, but they have far more tension with the tone in clip 1. I think clip 2 sounds good, but it's a bit too smooth and lacks the top end "hair" that I love in Robben's tone.
     
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    I'm gonna try the bathrob trick :D
     
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    Ah....what sounds man:)
    I rather liked the bright one actually, connected to my sense of crunchlove;)
    And the playing is ever cool.
     
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    hey Scott-i listened again-still cant comment too much in the tonal areas-but just wanted to say -some of your lines are gettin real nasty-saucey!:dude


    love it
     
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    I've listened to these clips several times. And I still perfer the 390pf. The 270pf has a little fuzziness to it. The 390 is smoother. The high end on the 390 is . . . more crisp. Just a more pleasant tone . . . to me.

    Greg
     
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    When I saw this post I thought I would like the smooth setting better. Surprise! I like the tone a bit better with the bright dialed in. Needless to say, killer clip/playing no matter where the face is set. Thanks for posting Scott. I keep listening to clips here I'll have no choice but to refine my (in)ability!!
    :BEER
     

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