AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” “VEGA” Series

01 Jun AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” “VEGA” Series

Well my friends, it’s night here and I have prepared all day long for our departure tomorrow to go “back to the States”.

We’ll be in San Diego, CA, for a month. The 4 of us.

Didn’t want to have you hanging for nothing though. So I did this.

Latest effort in replicating “Back in Black” sound. Using a newly acquired Neumann U67 and all the Universal Audio plug-ins you see in the image. Carefully crafted.

Will update this post with more info. For now, you get the video.



Fil 🙂

Fil "SoloDallas" Olivieri

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    il postino
    Posted at 18:44h, 03 July


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    Posted at 17:45h, 12 June

    yo Fil,
    this might be totally off, but is that a Rickenbacker head sitting on top of that pile of heads? enjoy that Cali sun!

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      Posted at 17:50h, 12 June

      It’s never off here bro. No, it’s a “Selmer” Treble N Bass 😉

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    Posted at 13:55h, 12 June

    The amp that is missing the logo, is the metroamp? 🙁

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    Posted at 14:25h, 08 June

    I’m still watchin this excellent performance everyday and hoping I can get to this standard one day 🙂 Like Brian Johnson said ”I swear that boys got the devil in his fingers and blues in his soul” this fits Fil great.

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      Posted at 16:14h, 23 June

      Nice one ;D
      What gear did you use. ?

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    Posted at 03:59h, 05 June

    Can anyone tell me where i can post some audio clips of some BIB tone i have been messing with?

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      Posted at 08:40h, 05 June

      Try posting them right here in the comments =)

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        Posted at 09:10h, 05 June

        Oops, misunderstood Your question.
        There are a few sites like Soundcloud where You make an account and can post audio samples.

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    Posted at 19:01h, 02 June

    This and your new Back in Black cover is as close as you could get to AC/DC. However, I do think the sound would benefit from a little less reverb. It may just be my speakers. One question, is the Gibson Signature Angus humbucker good for the back in black era rhythm and solos?

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