Revisiting the Honey Bee... Prymaxe style
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Agreed....If i could've made my Honey Bee sound like that, I likely wouldn't have sold it. Great playingHey, one thing I have noticed about your demos is I always like the tone but what really floors me is your amazing chops and technique. Thanks for posting, amazing talent!
It's just guitar > Honey > Dr. Z Maz 18 combo (w/reverb)Would you please give a rundown of the complete signal? Is it Guitar -> Honey Bee -> Amp, or are there other effects in the chain?
And how is it recorded? Direct or via Mic?
I have both too. HBOD is great for low gain and SYOD2 is great for medium gain. I do not stack them, but use a boost if I ever want more gain for each of them. This has ended my overdrive search.^ You have to do both in my opinion. I have HBOD>SYOD2>Timmy. These are great pedals to stack with and I get a wide variety with the three. Strongly suggest both.
I use 1x12 combo with reverb. I also have the air brake lite connected to the back of my amp so I can crank it a little when I need to...Another AMAZING demo. You've got to make an album of solo guitar Springsteen covers.
Also, just wondering which Maz 18 Jr you're using. I know it's the reverb version, but is it the 1x12 or the 2x10?
I'm recording at home, but I play pretty loud. Thank god my neighbors haven't complained. I put the brake light on its first setting and the master and volume are just under 12:00... Not too loud until I turn od onHow loud is it when you're recording? Where do you have the volume set on the amp? Are you in a studio, or are you recording at home?