JSX Kemper profile - Journey solo section

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  1. stratotone

    stratotone Silver Supporting Member

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    [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/okstrat/feelin-that-way[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    All guitars are different JSX red profiles (three guitars total) and bass is ome of my sansamp profiles.

    Just did the solo section, drums were from a midi track, slate drums. One of these days I'm going to grab one of my drummer pals and force him to play drums for some tracks!

    Pete
     
  2. kyolic

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    Great tones there.
     
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    Cool, Pete!

    You really know how to make things sound great!
     
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    stratotone Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks guys. I was really digging the lead tones on the JSX - especially with the neck pickup. It does that chirpy thing when you really dig in with the pick. Not sure what else to call it (not a false harmonic). I'm having fun making these profiles.
     
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    Obviously you are a Strat guy, is that what you used on this? Sounds great, I love that song!!
     
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    I totally thought those were pinched harmonics. What guitar/pickups did you use for the "chirpy" digs?
     
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    Thanks guys. 2014 PRS Custom 22. Did the solo with the neck pickup, one rhythm was humbucker and the other was on position 4 (bridge single coil).
     

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