How does this combo of amps and guitars sound to you guys?

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by riffy, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. riffy

    riffy Member

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    Marshall JCM800 + Kramer combo sound on rhythm with the SLO + Esquire for lead sound. I eq'ed the amp really dark so the Esquire would not be too bright and cutting sounding this time.

    Would love to know how you guys think it sounds.
    Combo of Guitars and Amps clip
     
  2. DANOCASTER

    DANOCASTER Silver Supporting Member

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    I dont hear anything "BAD" and you seem to be a fine player -

    but there is a little TOO MUCH going on to hear parts clearly. I'd lay ONE rhythm track and one solo track and PAN em so they seem seperated - then ask about tone

    my .002
     
  3. riffy

    riffy Member

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    Thanks Dan!
    I was hoping it was pretty clear. I doubled the rhythm tracks and panned the 75% left and right. I recorded them in mono. The lead track I recorded in stereo with a bit of delay on it. The bass I left down the center with the drums... Dang it! I don't think I can make it sound much clearer without really upping the treble quotient on the rhythm guitars...lol
    I really thank you for taking your time to listen and comment though!
    Gary:dude :JAM
     
  4. Mehanov

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    Hi Drizzt! To be honest I like only the lead part.The lead part sounds great to me , thick and soulful ... great very nice tone , but the rhythm parts are very separated and the left rhythm part are very bassy and dark. There is too much diffrences between two rhythm parts.I suggest you, remove the right rhythm guitar and doubled the left guitar in the right. Also change the dark sound with more bright without too much gain.
    I wish You success!!!!

    Rosen :)
     
  5. riffy

    riffy Member

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    Hi Rosen!
    Thank you so much for taking your time and efforts to comment!
    I really appreciate your kind comments about the lead tones!
    I will try what you say for the rhythm parts in my next clips. I am
    appreciative of your opinion!

    Gary
     
  6. Mehanov

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    Hi Gary! You welcome everitime!
     
  7. Bob Savage

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    I KNEW it wasy you as soon as it started playing! :D
     
  8. riffy

    riffy Member

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    This is bad, different boards, different names and I am still busted...roflmao
    Thanks for listening Bob!

    Gary
     

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