First song for new album uploaded.

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  1. PJH

    PJH Member

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    I've just finished a new song for my album. Recorded using my Les Paul Std and Marshall TSL.

    All the backing guitars were the TSL on the "crunch" channel and the solo tones were played through the MI Audio Crunchbox with the amp set clean.

    The track's called "Crossfade".

    Hope you like it.

    Cheers,

    Peter.

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=761668
     
  2. DreamTheaterRules

    DreamTheaterRules Former Lyricist for Calhoun Tubbs Silver Supporting Member

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    Good stuff Peter! Still loving the Crunchbox I see, and making it sound great!

    Good job. :BEER:AOK
     
  3. gregorb

    gregorb Active Member

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    Pretty nice recordings.

    Did you use drum tracks in those, like software or did you have a drummer? Reason I asks, Ive recorded an album with just the guitar parts and I need to spice them up with some drums.
     
  4. PJH

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    Thanks, those are programmed drums. I will be replacing them with real drums in the next week.
     
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    Feelin it. I like this a lot. Good playing, good stuff.
     
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    Really Powerful when you kick in the crunch box ..Wow ...

    My ladyfriend told me to please turn it off or way down because
    it was just too intense for her .. but I was totally digging it ...!!
     
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    Beautiful melody and progression

    Pretty palatable

    I like the acoustic "spice" on the bridge

    cool muted guitar in the bckgrnd

    the CB mos def puts it over the top in a fat way

    Not enough sweeps and taps, though . . .













    Just kidding !
     
  8. PJH

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    Thanks for the comments everyone.
    yZe, I'm too much of an old school player for taps and sweeps.:)

    Yes, the CB works on the solo tone. I was gonna use it on the backing as well but the amp's crunch sounded pretty good on it's own.
     

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