Modeler Wankage

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Schmoo, Aug 9, 2005.


  1. Schmoo

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    Ok... by far the coolest sounds I have heard recorded with an amp modeler! What is your recording setup?

    Great playing as always!
     
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    Thanks, Chris..very nice of ya.

    That's the XT Pro DIRECT 100% - sounds convincing, huh? I think I do have some better clips direct with it than this...I just thought this was a good sample of using both, real mic'd amps and a 'direct' lead with a modeler (this was my take over another guy's backing track, I'm only doing the noodling here - he mic'd some sort of Boogie combo for the rhythm stuff). I use a Roland 1824cd to record everything - haven't got myself around to the software/PC stuff yet...maybe when my little Cd project is done, I'll take that plunge!
     
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    Great job Derek!

    Very nice tones... Had me fooled!

    Smokin' playing too!
     
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    Thanks man! Being new (and coming from the calibur players I think tonegod and yourself are, amongst others) that goes along way, makes a newb feel very welcome, too nice. :)
     
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    there's something about modelers and pick noise that can't fool me. Though very cool playing and tones !
     
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    I'd love to get ahold of that backing track to fool around with.

    btw, exceptional job, my friend.

    dave
     
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    nice playing dude, id like to hear more from you.

    Joey Dahlia, yeah ive heard of that douchebag, always trying to tell people how to play, king of the zero replies.

    again, i dug your stuff pal.

    jimmy
     
  9. Rock Fella

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    i gave joey dahlia`s willie a listen :D

    id never heard the guy play but ive read endless crap where he is advising guitarists how to play , from what i heard in his clip, he never even grabbed the notes by the shoelaces let alone the balls , tentative and afraid of a bum note is just how it sounded to me, like a rabbit in the headlamps playing.

    im glad i heard him, he plays nothing like he would have you believe that he can.
    jimmy
     
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    ooh, that should be cool to dub over...

    hmmm....

    dave
     
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    Well, in my defense, he's done this before, and it wasn't a drum loop, but rather an entire backing track. But thanks for pointing it out to me ::: red face:::
     

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