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Ryley’s Back In Black Attempt

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    ar2619Rob
    Posted at 12:35h, 11 July

    Ace Dude! You made it look easy. πŸ™‚

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    rjofig
    Posted at 13:38h, 10 July

    Nice playing! excellent cover, Ryley!

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    Johnny
    Posted at 04:22h, 08 July

    just seen ur black dog barking cover ryley great job on that as well, def post ur airbourne covers here man πŸ™‚ one thing though, at the end of the chorus’s when ur playing the b chord u should add the lick that joel does, I believe hes just doing pull offs on the 15 fret on the b string??

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      Ryley
      Posted at 07:05h, 09 July

      Thank you man πŸ˜€ never noticed any lick before… i will for sure have a closer listen!

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        lautmaschine
        Posted at 05:42h, 10 July

        How did you have the volume set on your guitar?

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          Ryley
          Posted at 05:43h, 10 July

          7.5 for rhythm, 10 for solos

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            lautmaschine
            Posted at 05:51h, 10 July

            That’s such a big part of getting his tone, isn’t it? Nice job… πŸ™‚

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              Ryley
              Posted at 07:29h, 10 July

              Angus is ALWAYS playing with the volume knob. i actually just converted the wiring in this guitar to 50’s wiring and they volume roll off is a lot more responsive, deffs a recommendation ! thanks for watchin buddy!

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                Ant
                Posted at 10:29h, 10 July

                i found that my tone dosnt change till i get to about 4.5 on the volume πŸ™

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                  Ryley
                  Posted at 15:14h, 10 July

                  I had my friend put in this volume mod, its a tiny capacitor before the larger caps for the 50’s wiring and it acts as a “treble retainer” basically so i keep a lot of the top end clarity but get this crazy smooth and dynamic roll off. i’m also not using bumble bee caps so maybe that has something to do with it Ant?

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                  lautmaschine
                  Posted at 16:54h, 10 July

                  Ant, that’s mostly affected by the type of pot you’re using (especially taper, as an audio taper pot will roll off from 10 much quicker than linear taper); it is also affected by your amplifier and probably the output of the pickup itself (how hot it is). Eg, I have a switchable input on my plexi, which allows me to use the original HUGE bright cap (4700pF) or a much smaller (100pF) which was found on amps like JTM50s. With the large cap, I need my volume near 6 to get 1970s Angus rhythm tone. But when I switch to the smaller cap, I bump my guitar volume up to 8 or so. My guitar volume is a linear pot, which is found on most recent SGs. Those from the 60s and probably into the 70s would have had audio taper pots.

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                    Ryley
                    Posted at 18:05h, 10 July

                    yes, the pots are probably your issue there Ant, I used to have the same issue in my SG standard before i changed the pots n such

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                    Ant
                    Posted at 14:36h, 11 July

                    Thanks Guys πŸ™‚

                    this “treble retainer” sounds like a good bet, any idea when the capacitor is and how to wire it up?

                    bit out of my depth in this field of things πŸ˜›

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                      Ant
                      Posted at 14:37h, 11 July

                      *What the capacitor*

                      typo πŸ˜€

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                      Ryley
                      Posted at 17:15h, 11 July

                      i can take some pics Ant, do i have you on Facebook?

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                      Ant
                      Posted at 20:28h, 11 July

                      Yo! Soz im not a facebook fan lol heres my email though πŸ™‚ anthony240788.at.hotmail.co.uk

                      That ok? πŸ™‚

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                      Ryley
                      Posted at 21:55h, 11 July

                      sounds perfect!

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                      lautmaschine
                      Posted at 05:14h, 12 July

                      Google treble bleed mod for information in general. Lots of variations on the size of cap and how to do it.

                      http://www.seymourduncan.com/blog/tips-and-tricks/mod-squad-volume-controls-tone-controls/

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                      Ryley
                      Posted at 06:47h, 12 July

                      Good find here man, good find indeed, this is exactly what i have

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                      Ant
                      Posted at 20:21h, 13 July

                      cool thanks man πŸ™‚

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    Ant
    Posted at 23:34h, 07 July

    Sweet!!!

    Great playing Ryley πŸ™‚ your playing is sound πŸ˜€

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    depuis1899
    Posted at 16:06h, 07 July

    this is epic mate, great job πŸ™‚

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      Ryley
      Posted at 19:24h, 07 July

      Much appreciated man, thank you πŸ™‚

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    Johnny
    Posted at 03:52h, 07 July

    great job ryley!!!!!! πŸ™‚

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    Ryley
    Posted at 02:54h, 07 July

    Tried this one again with a bit of a twist, this SG now has 50’s wiring! And i also played with a boss blues driver set up for a clean boost (nice little sub before the TSR comes out πŸ˜‰ lol )

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