Soldano SLO and Kramer with Screamin' Demon pup clip Seriously 80's

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  1. riffy

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    Soldano SLO and Kramer with Screamin' Demon pup clip Seriously 80's
    This is SERIOUSLY 80's....lol
    I am wondering what you guys think of the sound. I recorded everything in mono. I did double the left and right rhythm tracks, but played them seperately in mono. Solo is mono also right down the middle.
    How do you guys think it sounds recorded this way? And what do you think of the tone of the track?

    All opinions greatly appreciated!



    Seriously 80's

    Here is another very short clip using the same gear but recorded in Stereo. I can't figure which way sounds best on my own... Please help!

    Out Of The Sewer

    Gary
     
  2. Wing

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    :dude That rocks!!!
     
  3. riffy

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    Thanks so much Wing!!!
    I hope some of the recording gurus get in on this one!

    Gary
     
  4. riffy

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    Any help on my recording tecniques would be MOST appreciated guys!
     
  5. MichaelK

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    I think stereo works better.
     
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    Sound good. What are you using for efx on the SLO?
     
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    get the fekk outta here drizz, that wasnt you playing, that was george lynch.

    Loved it bro :D :dude

    jimmy
     
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    :dude

    No more stuck in the '80s than 90% of the players on this forum. I prefer the '90s, but the '90s was about vocals, not guitar. :D
     
  9. Rid

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    :D Sweet playing and great sounding.
     
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    Gotta love it :AOK
     
  11. Anje

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    sounds great man:dude

    can't decide which one I prefer, but the 3rd one definitively jumped right off my headphones directly into my eardrums:D
     
  12. riffy

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    Thanks much man. Had a little delay and verb on all the lead tracks. More so on the 2nd track than any of them though.

    Gary
     
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    Thanks much Jimmy! I really love the SLO. But between it and the Cornford 50 I had and the SLO it is pretty much a toss up.
    I guess a little of my Lynch influence came out huh?;)

    Gary
     
  14. riffy

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    Very True! I still love 80's style playing that is for sure!

    Gary
     
  15. riffy

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    Thank you much. I bow humbly in your direction!
     
  16. riffy

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    :D Thank you!:D

    Gary
     
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    Thanks much! I mic'ed it a bit brighter on that last clip cause the drum loop was recorded brighter. I think that lowering the gain and brightening up the amps sound really makes it jump out more!

    Gary
     

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