Tyler Burning Water/ BF Bassman...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, Dec 11, 2005.


  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    Slow Beckish backing baby! Nice job Ed! Loved the tone and the time effects. What were they? Great playing too.
     
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    That was very cool!:AOK
     
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    very cool Ed. where did you get that backing track? jmac
     
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    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    That's a great sounding rig, Ed! I had no idea the Tylers sounded so good.

    (I did, however, know you sounded so good.)
     
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    I love Tylers, but this one turned out extra cool. All my sales reps are trying to buy it off me. :)
    And thanks for the compliment.
    I think it's hilarious that it took me until now to own a Fender.
    Also the the Blu Boy Dlx pedal doesn't hurt.
     
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    It came from a guys Boss Jam Station and was posted a few years ago on another forum. I think his name was Guardian. I think it was a stock backing that came with the unit. Pretty sweet. I contemplated grabbing a jam station as a practice tool after hearing it!

    Scott
     
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    Great track Ed. Does your Tyler have the onboard Demeter Midboost?
    Thanks,
    Rick
     
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    No it doesn't, but then I have one as a pedal on my board, and one in the studio.
     
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    Ed, I had to listen because I have my eye on a burning water right now. The fever just went up. Sounds great!
     
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    sounds great man! - hard to go wrong with a bassman and anything with strings :)
     
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    Sounds really nice Ed. I agree, Bassmen are simply great amps. Great cleans and take pedals like none other. I had a 70's mod to blonde specs but sold it to fund a gear habit (but you guys wouldn't know anything about that).
     
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    Ed,

    That was just flat out awesome!!!!!! Love the tone.

    -Mark
     

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