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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mellencaster, Nov 15, 2019.
Nice bends on this.
A pleasant listen with nice riffs.
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.
You also copped some of Toy Caldwell's tone, nice.
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.
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.
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.
Nice slide work and blending guitars as it goes on.
I use a Focusrite Solo interface and https://www.bandlab.com/products/cakewalk
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.
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:
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!
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.
Thanks for the track!
Here is my take, Done with Steinberger Spirit GTPRO into my BOSS BR80 again.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Good starter system :
A computer, Audacity (free) software and an interface (Apogee Jam, Focusrite, Tascam, Behringer and many others)