Landau/Hendrix inspired thing

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  1. Tito83

    Tito83 Member

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    Was trying out my friend's Fulltone 69, got inspired and recorded this. Rig was Squier SQ (Texas Hot SD pickups) - Bonamassa wah - Fulltone 69 - Plexi Clone - Weber Mass 200 - Apogee Duet - Logic - Ownhammer IR's. Drums is Logic's Drummer and bass is a cheap Samick through some Bass Amp preset from Logic.



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    corn husk bag, Lucidology and derekd like this.
  2. Ludoplastic

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    Great sound... and awesome playing...
     
  3. tinkercity

    tinkercity Supporting Member

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    That was KILLER! Really dug that.

    Question re: your recording situation... did you run the plexi to the Weber and then parallel to the Duet as well as a cabinet? Or did you run it straight into the Duet with silent recording?

    Nice playing and groove.

    Peace!
    Mike.
     
  4. Tito83

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    Thanks! :)

    Thanks! I run straight into Duet, the Weber was on full attenuation acting as a dummy load.
     
  5. smolder

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    What the hell is that trailing chord you play every other stanza... The one landau uses so often? I haven't been able to figure that out!!!
     
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    Excellent all around!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Fantastic playing and tone!
     
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    Sounds like something close to an F13 to me, more or less voiced like this (from low to high):

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  9. Tito83

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    smolder, not sure what's the one you're asking for, but if it's the one chickenpox mentioned, it's exactly right!

    Thanks!

    First heard your stuff about 10 years ago, always admired your playing and musicianship. Thanks for the comment!
     
  10. smolder

    smolder Gold Supporting Member

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    thanks guys... I'll give it a go this evening.
     
  11. Guitarnotsoguru

    Guitarnotsoguru Ultimate Plutonium Member

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    Whoa! Back the funk up! Rockin'!
     
  12. corn husk bag

    corn husk bag Silver Supporting Member

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    This is outstanding!

    Kind Regards,
    Steve
     
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    My favorite part is that there's a nice healthy dose of madness in there.
     
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    Wow! That's pretty angry! Me Likey!
     
  15. Tito83

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    Thanks a lot every one, really! :)

    suckamc, love your playing! I have in fact stolen a few of licks from you, specially from the Eleven Rack demo you did, love that one!
     
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    Hey great playing!! really liked it.. Which Fulltone 69 fuzz is it? old big box or the newer small box?
    Cheers
     
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    Haha, great! That is so funny, cause when I heard some of those insane bends you did, I thought of that old video, too! And then I immediately started thinking about how I have no idea how half to do half of that stuff anymore, lol. Anyway, great playing. For me, what you played was INTENSE, and that, at the end of the day, is pretty much the only thing I care about in music. I've heard enough "clever" music to last a lifetime. If it doesn't have a real emotional fire to it, then it's just an artistic curiosity for me. All the better if it has BOTH. Yours has both. There were moments of "oh that was cool" in the middle of my just plain grunting along with your catharsis.
     
  18. corn husk bag

    corn husk bag Silver Supporting Member

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    Yes, nice madness!
     
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    Very cool. Sweet tone-age and fun playin!!!! Much enjoyed!!!!
     
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    Totally know what you mean and I agree 100%, emotion is what really counts, and I'm glad it's coming through what I play. Thanks again for your kind comments, really appreciate it!

    Thanks! It's the old bigbox one. I had the small one and while it didn't sound as smooth, it wasn't THAT different. When I first started trying the big one I actually kinda hated it, it was really nasal. Started researching I bit when I found out about the trimpot inside, experimented a bit and decided I liked it better turned full counter clockwise and BAM it sounded GREAT! Wish I still had the small one to make a direct comparison though.

    Thanks a lot, guys! :)
     

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