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  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    Wow. For me, and my specific sound rig, I hear the difference, but I'm also hearing the difference in percussion in the latter half, so for me it's too close to call.

     
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    Uhem...no change in the percussion...same 4 bar loop all the way through...
     
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    though it could be that you're holding the notes longer to let the reverb ring more.

    I hear some change in the percussion frequency range, either at 19sec, 26, sec, or 33, sec.

    where exactly is the change in amps?
     
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    Either the FOD1 makes the Bassman sound just like the BiValve, or you always sound like you, regardless of the amp. :)

    Fun clip though--sounded good, and I liked your playing and groove!

    Orren
     
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    That's crazy - they sound *exceptionally* similar. Surprisingly so.
     
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    Huh?
    The reverb is added after the fact, so that doesn't apply.
    Where is the change? As I said halfway through. Any change in percussion frequency range is Psycho Acoustic Perception.
     
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    You know my take on it.
     
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    Everything I do is. Change happens at 32 seconds, also just upped the soloed track.
     
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    Another good comparison is to have one amp set up with one player for a particular sound then have another player use it with no changes...

    No names but someone set up an amp to sound typically Hendrix cleans when he played through it - I thought "Wow, at last an amp to give me that quality", when I plugged in back to old Pete again!

    Some players impercepterbly change the way they play dependent on the amp set up, like Chemaeleons, which I can't do!

    Best, Pete.
     
  11. hemlock

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    Cool. No getting the Ed out of Ed, seems like.

    I don't know that I would have noticed a difference if you hadn't made it clear. Wish I could make all my amps sound like that.
     
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    Screw the tone - i LOVE your playing on this! Nice fusiony flow, and even somewhat restrained! ;)

    P.S. i couldn't tell any difference on these laptop speakers anyway ;)
     
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    not necessarily. Try putting the dry amp sounds in one channel, and post playing fx/perc. in the other channel.

     
  14. Ed DeGenaro

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    No!
     
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    You can learn to play without 'verb, even I do it sometimes ;)

     
  16. Ed DeGenaro

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    Tell me more...I must know!!!!
     
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    But first you must memorize 20 Xiaolin Showdown sayings!!

     
  18. Ed DeGenaro

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    mm-hm...
     
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    Heh this is the most restrained piece I have heard by you.
    Great playing.
    And you sound...like.....er you:D
     
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    Yeah...I;m getting old. :)
     

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