Hell has frozen over..>Robben Ford clip inside...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, Jul 3, 2005.

  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Listening, now, dude. Your stuff's always killer, man. Love the tone. Is that one of your own backtracks? Woweee great job on the solo. Holy F**K that's cool. Great tone and nice phrasing, felt a bit stiff, but totally slays anything i could ever do...

    geez that was cool..
     
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    Whoa~! I really love your groovy-sexy alter ego Ed! Your tone and touch is there (of course) but you got that natural-groove happening that is absolutely jaw-droping! :cool:
     
  4. Ed DeGenaro

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    Thanks guys...added the solos and updated the link.
    Backing is actually the Blue Line.
     
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    Nice like ice...

    When you post these, us tone dreamers still want to know all the details, amp, guitar, pickups, tubes??? Shirts you wear? All that good stuff.

    Thanks.
     
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    Ed,

    I am shocked! Great job my friend. You pulled it off perfectly.

    I dug it. Tone had the right mid content with treble rolled off a touch.
     
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    Your playing is way hot, right on the money! And the tone is killer!!!

    :RoCkIn
     
  8. Ed DeGenaro

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    Total un-Robben stuff...
    Vigier SL into a Fulltone Distortion Pro into a THD Flexi's low gain input with a 12AT in the boost and a EL34 and 6550 in the power section into a Demeter iso cab with a Vintage 30, miked with a E609. Verb was a plug-in.
    No shirt...too warm for that. :)
     
  9. Ed DeGenaro

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    Especially considering I quit listening to him a decade ago. But I wanted to see whether I could get into the ball park since he seems to be such a holy grail around here. :)

    What I thought was interesting was that this morning in the Krispy Kreme drive-through they played Talk To Your Daughter and I realised all the guys trying to get his tone have way less top end then he does. go figure...
     
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    Thanks for listening.
     
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    Yep he still has a nice top end on top of the throaty full midrange, with a nice dose of lower mids as well. It is a tone that can be achieved with many amps or amp and pedal combos, at least enough to get close and if the playing is "in the style of", better yet. Same thing with speakers, depending on amp, guitar and settings, lots of speakers are capable of getting that RF tone too.
     
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    very nice Ed, looking forward for a scooby doo tune next time :D
     
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    I loved the tone and the relaxed cheekiness of your playing on this cut. The Flexi kills.
     
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    Really very nicely done, it sounds very natural like you do it all the time that way not forced. You have a hell of a talent I wish I could buy that. :(
     
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    Cracks me up! Smack down time, baby!
    "Clohne Filter presents Ed and the Germanic Line."
    That made my day. Great job bro.

    Mike
     
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    Indeed...just ran anoher mix without the vintage delay plug-in (and its top end roll off)...
     
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    Dang, Ed, you're a dangerous man. Tasty and well-paced, with a nice build and shape. Shreddy moments clearly non-gratuitous, which ain't an easy thing.

    (Can't say i get the reverb thing, though. Seems to obscure the wonderful touch and tone throughout.)
     
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    Becuase I like ambiance? :)
    Here I ran one down with less verb can't say I dig it.
    http://www.eddegenaro.com/audio/fordlessv.mp3
     
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    That's more like it!

    (though a bit less would be better still.)

    ;)
     
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    I'll be right back.I'm going to make you a samich.You want fries with it?:eek:
     

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