So, fever’s gone.
I’m still down here in Dubai, will stay some more here until the snowing and freezing cold in home Rome, IT, ceases.
Prior to leaving, I had recorded a few files to study the sound of both the Modern and Classic Wizards. These were not supposed to be posted, but I thought you may be interested.
It is somehow boring, these are mere exercises of mine to warm up, be flowing etc.
This is the Modern Classic with a Les Paul, a newer one, one that I really love.
Settings on the amp are my usual settings, presence 0, Bass 5, mids 3-4, treble 5, gain 6 and master 8.
There is some post processing done to this, might get annoying in the end – sorry – but I wanted to play with this. It’s a stereo delay.
The second file is played with a 1969 SG, way below standard tuning. At some point, my 1965/1958 Les Paul Conversion “The Husk” gets in. Same settings, different guitars, to let you understand how the playing and different guitars act to the amp.
Edit please note: both takes were played with my beloved Schaffer-Vega Diversity.