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Rocker ( IYWB album cover )

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    Ant
    Posted at 14:07h, 05 February

    this kicks ass 🙂

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    SoloDallas
    Posted at 15:31h, 13 May

    Excellent. 1:1. What have you recorded with (Amp, mike, emulations, equalization, … )?

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      Dries
      Posted at 19:52h, 31 May

      It was with guitar rig 4. A while ago, but I used no equalization.
      Just dry guitar with a bit of reverb.

      Great song to practise timing…

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        Ant
        Posted at 13:57h, 05 February

        Yo Dries!

        im trying to get this tone on GR5/4 can you remember your settings?

        Ta
        Ant

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          Dries
          Posted at 10:32h, 06 February

          Hmm it’s a very long time ago. I always end up with the same thing, the jump amp with ‘normal’ settings, but bass always low, and no presence (can vary from guitar to guitar)

          and use the control room with one or 2 mics, the cond 47 or cond 67. A bit of studio reverb and that’s it… No magic 😉

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            Ant
            Posted at 19:16h, 06 February

            Brill thx Mr D will give it a go tonight 🙂

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            Ant
            Posted at 13:40h, 07 February

            on the contrary the magic is in the fingers 😉

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    tjtristan
    Posted at 15:20h, 13 May

    what scales is he using here?

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      VintageDaedalus
      Posted at 18:44h, 13 May

      the same as usual! :>

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        Dries
        Posted at 19:52h, 31 May

        Pentatonic major and minor. Nothing special 😉

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    rjofig
    Posted at 02:13h, 18 November

    Very good!

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    Dries
    Posted at 22:06h, 17 November

    Yes, it was hard. Figuring out the solo’s was the hardest parts. Nice to learn how angus follows the chord changes !

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    ar2619Rob
    Posted at 17:15h, 17 November

    Truly excellent! It’s very difficult to sound like the timing is right when recording with the record as you have. Harder I think than playing with a baacking track.

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