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Got slightly intoxicated and did this little clip...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by ju5t1n20, May 17, 2011.

  1. ju5t1n20

    ju5t1n20 Member

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    Just a little clip.. downlaoded a backing track and improved this the seconfd timre through... So i hpoi you guys enjoy... the quality isnt reallly greatf. recordfe off my fone..Sorry for the mistakeds..
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    ju5t1n20 Member

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    Damn no feedback.
     
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    Sounds pretty darn good to me. Good job.
     
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    Very nice job. I enjoyed that. You're a good player.
     
  5. ju5t1n20

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    Thanks guys.. Now all I need to do is find a tube amp that sounds like the tone I am aiming for in that video. Thanks for the kind words.
     
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    Nice work. That was very cool.
     
  7. Tubes and Strings

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    what did you use instead of a tube amp here?
     
  8. ju5t1n20

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    I used an early 90's model Peavey Special 112 on the clean channel with a Carbon Copy in the loop. I was using my Crook Tele with 4 way switching into an MXR Super Comp>Stock TS9 set low gain>Stock TS9 set gain maxed>into the amp.
     

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