Post Your Artificial Amp Tone...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by WonderDude, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. WonderDude

    WonderDude Member

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    There are allot of us who don't have the luxury of having a real tube amp sizzling out those gorgious over tones and warm drippy drive.

    But there are also allot of modelers and other tricks that people have found to make the best of a non tube amp situation.

    So here is my first sound clip post.

    This is all fake no real amp involved as you can probably tell anyway. ;)

    BD-2 --> OD-3 --> AD-5 --> Gi100 --> computer

    WonderTone1.mp3
     
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    Here's one I did a while ago with a Tele and Guitar Rig.

    Just a little solo noodling...

    Tele>Guitar Rig
     
  4. Dave35

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    I used to have a couple of amps and had 7 guitars at one point but now im down to 2 guitars and a GNX4 :)

    This is a stock preset that came on the GNX4 and i tweaked it just a tad. Its my favorite sound overall and i use it for most everything.

    Threw this little diddy together to kind of show the tone in various types of playing.

    Showtone
     
  5. WonderDude

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    Hey you guys!

    Those are some pretty cool tones! :dude I wanna especially thank MrMunky for that In re Rock n Roll blog link. That has allot of cool tone samples on it.

    BTW MrMunky, I didn't catch what equipment you were using. :confused:

    Also, Dave35, I have a GNX3 which I believe has most of the amp models your GNX4 has. Can you tell me what settings you are using for the tone sample you shared. I really like how that sounds. Thanks! :)
     
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    Hi,

    Everything I have posted here at TGP has been recorded using my Boss GS-10 except one or two tunes where I used NI Guitar Combos. Always going direct with no amp.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  8. Robotechnology

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    Here's a clip where the guitar path is: guitar--modeler--computer...

    Libra Lament
     
  9. Dave35

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    its called Fuz Chorus. I added some delay and i think i messed with the compression a bit but i cant honestly remember. Im also playing thru EMG selects so it gives it a different tone than the Dimarzios in my JEM.
     
  10. John Ziegler

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    old tele into a podXT...
    for both the clean(stereo chorused) and lead guitar sounds which were added to a backing track floating around the net that i copped from ed deG a while back...clams included....

    http://www.johnzguitar.com/Zjambo1.mp3

    rock on!
     
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    Nashville Tele with Bill Lawrence 280's rhythm and American Deluxe Strat with Kinman AVn- Blues lead.

    This is also my first sound clip post. I have spent the last couple of years teaching myself to play electric after a thirty year layoff as a acoustic player. I must thank the many members here for the inspiration to become a better player.

    Brad

    Guitar>Carl Martin Compressor>Boss DD-5>SansAmp GT-2>
    Computer

    Tele and Strat
     
  12. decay-o-caster

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    Here's one I posted before, first test with the M-Audio Black Box and still figuring out the software. Nothing to write home about, but 100% artificial! :)
     
  13. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    if I post a clip from my roland GP-100? Scott??
     
  14. vladorg

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    You floored me,man!Awesome tone and playing!I also use the PODxt extensively when I record at home and I love it!


    Vlad
     
  15. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    That tone really nails ed G's tones from like a year ago or so, a little syrupy or heavier, but very very close to my ears!!


     
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    Some old clips through just a Guitar Port onto Guitar Tracks.

    Guitars were PRS Custom 22 Soapbar and PRS SIII

    CU22 Soapbar

    SIII
     
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    thanx very much vlad.
    i really like some of the sounds in the podXT...
    especially for leads and clean rhythm stuff.
    plus, it sure is fast, fun, and easy to work with.

    choice!
     
  19. waxnsteel

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    The clips in my signature are mostly amplitube. The clean tones were from a fender Champ 12. I never like the clean sounds on modelers. The only thing I don't like about Amplitube's sound is the artificial amp noise. I've had noisy amps, but they never made the sound that the amplitube models make.
     

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