Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Abandoned, Feb 12, 2015.
Fun set Bill, great playing as always!
I always love that walk up part...just sounds so good!
This weekend we are travelling to visit some friends and join in on their worship team. Set is a bit different than typical for around these parts, but should be a lot of fun!
Nailed To The Cross - Soul Survivor/Rend Collective
Glorious Day - Passion
All Things New - KXC
Jesus Paid It all - Passion
Kingdom Come - KXC
The KXC album, All Things New, is so good!
haha, this is 19-20 year old crambone for sure!
When I was in college one of my roommates replaced my RotJ Luke Skywalker lightsaber hilt (which was on a stand underneath a plexiglass case) with a banana when I was at work. When I got back to the dorm he made me do "hot / cold" to find it, lol. Good times.
Yes, I had a lightsaber in my dorm in college.
Pertaining to church, we are doing a "sing-along" this week. We've never done this at this church since I've been attending (4 years now) and it's going to be cool. We're basically going to sing just the verse & chorus from about 13-15 different songs, all in the same key. It will just be acoustic guitar, bass, keys & drums with no background vox. We are recording it, too. Gonna be cool!
Morgan PR12 and Morgan DAG15
Nice. I dig the wiring work too! Nice and clean!
Yeah, my church has been doing All Things New since KXCs album came out! Good upbeat songs are hard to find, so it's gotten pretty good play time. I wish we'd do Kingdom Come too though. Another really good song.
Hahahaha not even remotely
That's a great song! I'm going to pitch it to our team!
More in the Styper vein, then?
lol you're funny.
You should check out their alchemy index albums, specifically the earth and wind albums. very folky and awesome. The lead singer has a cool voice, not super clean
As the song chooser, I still pitch things to my team. Am I doing this right?
My wife and I have worked at 2 churches, and now do worship consulting. In my experience it almost always works better to bring a few key people in on the process of picking new songs.
I usually recommend that the person in charge (pastor, director, volunteer) gather some ideas and petition their leaders for ideas, and pre screen them for content/singability/etc. Then take a smaller list of potential songs and let your fellow worship leaders give input. This usually works best as a group, maybe grab an acoustic guitar or a keyboard and sing through some together. Talk them over, try them in different keys. Within this context, usually there are a couple of songs that rise above the rest that everybody can get on the same page about...those are usually the most successful additions to a song pool/congregational worship because you have buy in from the key people in your team. I often suggest doing this a few times a year, and using this process to pick the next batch of new songs to roll out over the following months.
(more than you asked for...but figured I would share)
Not a p&w band... I have no clue if you'd like them but give it a shot, they've got a wide variety of songs over the years but this is the one I did the patch for. Heavier rock tones really good vocals.
I'm not really sure how I avoided listening to them all these years but I love the sound! Going to dig into them more. Anyone know what dirt he's using? Really dig that massive rhythm tone!
Figured a few of y’all would know who this is. I got to meet him up here in kennewick, WA, while up here for work, yesterday and he got me and a coworker into the show tonight, so excited!!
He has changed a lot over the years - he is now using the helix. I think during that time he ran a dual amp setup and his pedalboard was this one https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/24858-rig-rundown-thrices-dustin-kensrue-and-teppei-teranishi
Awesome, thanks for the link! Coincidentally he talks about Hurricane specifically in that vid and says he uses the JHS Muffaletta on the civil war setting throughout that song. Might have to look into snagging one of those!
I always thought a Muffaletta could be fun.
I almost put it on my Christmas wish list last year but then decided against it. I’ve only ever owned one fuzz pedal, but it was definitely something I felt like I needed an actual cranked amp to capture the feel and dynamics it should have, versus playing into a modeler. It’s still on my Helix to-do list though at some point to play with the Fuzz Factory model a bit, just cause.