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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by tigger, Oct 21, 2017.
Thanks! I sent them an email.
The only word for this is wow.
This was definitely worth the wait. Great job saving this one!
Ug! Those sound demo links don’t open on my iPhone. Off to find a computer.
Nicely done, sir. Beautiful guitar, great sound. You'll just have to skint a bunch of them hats and sew them together to rehab the case. Or maybe just keep looking.
Sounds great Tigger! I really liked your little one doing experimental vocals on the second file! And chance for a file with some gain? Pleeeese?
And, ahem, a little reverb would be appreciated, too.
Maybe he was trying to sing Child in Time? I'll see what I can do tomorrow about the gain. Unfortunately I don't have any reverb anything. Maybe I can add it in post?
Something abou a busted up case? This video is cool.
Personally, I liked the clean just fine. I was just having a little fun with our pal, Barncaster, who treats his reverb like money and good looks. There is no such thing as too much of them!!
Ah yes reverb is the spice of life!
Well, I got up, checked the season, turned on the amp and recorded this: http://100acrewood.org/stuff/sg/summertimeblues_r.ogg
... and then I added a touch of reverb to the recording!
Now, that's got some gain. Excellent job overall. Look at it, Love it, and Take your time playing it.
I had to save that image. It's hard to describe to people the many different bevels on SG's through the years.
Again, beautiful work tigger. Thanks for the thread.
I ordered 3 meters of this, since it wasn't too expensive to try out: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CRUSHED-...751131&hash=item3f74b34516:g:MLkAAOSwnHZYkHwl
I just came upon this project and read all 20 pages! I love SG's and seeing this one brought back to life just warms my heart.
That should do the trick as long as the case itself doesn’t still smell.
Excellent tone with gain! That song has been done well by so many bands but this is my favorite....
Congratulations Tigger ! You did a great job.
The high gain demo was spectacular Tigger!