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exactly. It drives me up the wall when I see someone with a HUGE board that they don't know how to use. A lot of the pros (James Duke, Droff, the dudes from Elevation, Kunde, etc) all have huge boards because they know their gear inside and out and use it. When i started out 90% of my tone came from a Jekyll & Hyde and a DD5, now i run 2 gains and a clean boost and a Tap Delay (occasionally with a 2nd delay), i haven't even had a reverb on my board for months and i haven't really missed it (ok, that's a lie )Nice work. Its way overblown how many effects you need to play P&W music. All you really need is a good drive sound and some basic delay capabilities. And that's what you have!
I have actually never played Oceans in a service. I have worked it up a few times, but it always gets scratched from the list. And always with 1 delay- DD-5 usually followed with a Flint.Neat! But how are you going to do Oceans with just a single delay?
She hasn't heard "Touch The Sky" yet has she?I have actually never played Oceans in a service. I have worked it up a few times, but it always gets scratched from the list. And always with 1 delay- DD-5 usually followed with a Flint.
My wife and I have a solo vocal/acoustic rendition on deck when needed.
This week, we are playing 'Holy Spirit' -wife predicts it is the new Oceans- and I am using the semi-hollow natural feedback instead of a compressor for the sustain.