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High Gain Clip of Diezel Einstein

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by tonefreak, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. tonefreak

    tonefreak Member

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    Very short... used my Heritage H-150CW:

    Einstein High Gain Clip

    I usually don't play like this, so pardon the nu-metal cliches!
     
  2. Rock Fella

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    REQUEST: lemme hear you do some 80s metal type riffing, a la ratt , motley crue etc, id like to see how the diezel fares there.

    the nu metal metal stuff........give that a miss :dude

    cant wait to hear it doin the 80s stuff bro.
     
  3. tonefreak

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    I could probably pull some QueenRyche...
     
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    s for any gig....im just looking to couple my rk100/...either the elmwood modena or suhr 50 or this????tough decision..im leaning towards elmwood..
     
  5. tonefreak

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    I believe the Modena has more foot switching option for you to access than the Einstein, which is really important live.

    For the studio, Einstein fits me like a glove! Live... when I get to it, I'm sure the Einstein will do just fine... the usual music I play doesn't require a lot of different sound live!
     

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