Backing Track Challenge 222 - Southern Rock

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  1. Mjark

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    Nice bends on this.
     
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    A pleasant listen with nice riffs.
     
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    track[/MEDIA][/QUOTE]
    Thank you!!
     
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    sweet, I was doing things around my place listening to the clips, yours came on and for a moment I thought you were Toy Caldwell, then quickly reoriented my reality. But yea you definately had the Caldwell sound. Good job.
     
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    You also copped some of Toy Caldwell's tone, nice.
     
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    Here's mine.
    Slide parts are my home made slide guitar. Non slide parts are Gibson Nighthawk.
    Fx: Boss cs3, Nobels odr-1, Mxr custom badass distortion, mxr carbon copy.
    Amp: JCM 2000 TSL601.
     
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    Putting aside my fear of sounding stupid to ask, what technology do I need to do what you all are doing? I want in on this kind of thing.
     
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  8. Mjark

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    You can use a phone to record the track and your playing over it and post it for a minimal approach. Most of use use either a DAW or one the multitrack recorders in a box. DAW is software on your PC which is easiest to use. You need a USB interface to get you guitar into the PC they're inexpensive and virtually all come with DAW software.
     
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    Nice slide work and blending guitars as it goes on.
     
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    I use a Focusrite Solo interface and https://www.bandlab.com/products/cakewalk
     
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    My Katana in crunch mode with a tad too much reverb. I went for a Cadwell tone from memory and what I've heard from players on this bt, but I don't have a LP so it's only a little close. I still like it though,

    Today I celebrate 1 year with tdpri, it's been lots of fun.

     
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    Didn't bring a guitar to my Dad's place this weekend, but I brought my laptop and he has a '98 MIM and my old THR10. That's enough gear to do this:

     
  13. ndcaster

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    I'm so lame, I just drag the track into Garageband, stick my guitar into a Focusrite Scarlett USB thing, get a good level, and then goof around with the software. Which reminds me, I should stop watching football and get some exercise -- like picking guitar!
     
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    My basic setup is a pre-amp, usually a Hotone Mojo Diamond head into a Hotone Binary IR Cab then into a small Behringer mixer (older version without USB and effects). I can insert effects at different points along the chain, including at the mixer. From the mixer, I run a recording line to my computer and another output to headphones or an amp. On the computer, I have different recording programs installed but I most often use Audacity since it's easy to use.
     
  15. pj1440

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    Thanks for the track!
    Here is my take, Done with Steinberger Spirit GTPRO into my BOSS BR80 again.
     
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    I ran the guitar into a Yamaha THR10C amp. From there, I used the USB out from the amp into my Mac and GarageBand. Simple and easy.

    Sometimes I mic an amp through a Focusrite into my Mac and GarageBand.
     
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    Got to spend some time with my beautiful grandson today so am running a bit late with my comments:
    @fendrguitplayr - Casual Country vibe with some nice phrasing Mike.
    @Mellencaster - Nice range of dynamics and use of delay. Dig the tone too Mike.
    @G-52 - Nice Country pickin' and vibe to this Southern Rocker Andrew.
    @udoering - Whoa, Ullrich in the house! Great production, S. Rock technique and riffin'. Very tasteful use of harmonized guitar lines too.
    @Mjark - Great tone, verb and some very sweet lines Mark.
    @bgmacaw - Bluesy Rock vibe with some nice phrasing.
    @JCL50 - Like that slide tone and dirt JC. Some real nice So. Rock phrasing.
    @ASATKat - Nice intro and tone. Dig the MTB tribute riffs and phrasing. Nice outro Kat.
    @knh555 - Dig the multi-guitar interplay and sweet tones Kevin. Nice!
    @pj1440 - Really nice phrasing and tone Peter. Nice dynamics as well. Cool!
     
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    I remember watching this type of videos when choosing my recording setup
    I still record with it: Presonus audiobox USB and a Samson C01 condenser mic. then I bought studio monitors for more comfort.
     
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    Thanks, everyone for your comments.

    @Alan L Cole - Creative intro Alan. Sweet lines among those both guitar tracks and good interaction between the two guitars!
    @Mjark - You ease into it beautifully and lovely lines all through.
    @bgmacaw- Lovely tone and you have the vibe in your playing that transcends perfectly with the track
    @JCL50 - Slide was a good idea, it adds a sweet interaction both guitars and with soulful lines . Nice!
    @ASATKat - Nicely played intro and love the chordal parts, A very nice take with very nice lines.
    @knh555 - Tremolo intro, very nice and loved both guitars interaction. Well played version
    @pj1440 - Sweet lyrical like phrasing, a lovely take all through.
     
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  20. fendrguitplayr

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    Good starter system :

    A computer, Audacity (free) software and an interface (Apogee Jam, Focusrite, Tascam, Behringer and many others)

    https://www.audacityteam.org/download/
     
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