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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Blindfold, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. children of COB

    children of COB Deadnight Drinker

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    What the hell? Did you record that guitars??? It sounds like the fucking album man! More than awesome job! :kickass:

    Dunno, haven't checked, but delivers from USA tend to be extremely long, and I need it for August and won't have the money till end of July, so it has to be Thomann :(

    I know, I know. Try boosting the mids as hell and treble too. The 7th string has enough bass itself, and maybe boosting those would make it more clear.

    Rocktron velocity? Well, Thomann has it for 230 and I'm probably getting a new guitar too, so shipping would be 0€, so I guess I'll get it from there. Thanks for the offer anyway. How come you sell it now, didn't you get it like some days ago?
     
  2. jmbullet

    jmbullet Drama maker

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    I'm buying a new guitar on saturday.

    I'll probably be buying the LTD F-250 but there are other guitars I tried that I liked. What guitar would you guys recommend me between a Xiphos, a LTD M-200FM, a LTD F-250 and some BC Rich guitar I tried that was pretty sweet... it was neck thru and had cream binding on the body.

    Basically I'm just looking for an affordable guitar that has 24 frets, neck thru or set thru, and maybe a tremolo but It's no big deal if it's missing, I don't need it that bad.
     
  3. JonWormwood

    JonWormwood Member

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    Left is the real thing and I recorded right. Mine has more mids and sounds less digital IMO
     
  4. snowy

    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    you mic'd the amp? that's awesome, I prefer micing to pure digital shit.
    But if you turn up your amp to full volume (or did you record with low volume??) it's fucking loud , didn't the neighbours complain? :D
     
  5. JonWormwood

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    I had that bitch crankkkeddd.

    Speaker movement > *

    by cranked i mean my 60/60 in mono mode with it at noon and the gp at 9 oclock. seems loud in my room
     
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    Yeah, I did. But I finally got Lee Jackson SP1000 power amp yesterday :). And now I need money more than two power amps.

    230€ new?

    I can do 185€ shipped. It's like new condition. Let me know.

    EDIT: Doesn't Thomann have a fixed 25€ shipping fee?
     
  7. Altitudes

    Altitudes Stay Frosty

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    Hey Warheart, could you post the Em Backing track again. I downloaded the one in Eb, and I don't want to have to pitch-shift my solo. By the way, is anyone feeling more of a E mixolydian vibe? I haven't played around with the track much yet, but regular ol' E minor sounds a little out of place.

    I put new strings on my guitar today. I am convinced DR's are the best. Great bright tone that seem to last... unlike D'addario.
     
  8. _Nazgul_

    _Nazgul_ Member

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    Necromancer, great playing&sound!!!!:headbang:
     
  9. Mystique1721

    Mystique1721 bass solo, take one

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    here it is in E instead of Eb http://www.guitardojo.com/tabfiles/x..._tabs/EmBT.mp3

    you get that vibe cuz the progression is i-VI-VII-V. The V chord is supposed to a minor, but they made it a major instead. mitch explained to me that this is a very common thing they do in metal, cuz it creates the perfect sound for you to solo using the harmonic minor scale. have fun :)



    p.s. I get that great bright tone with D'addarios, never with DRs :p
     
  10. JonWormwood

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    Not Found

    The requested URL /tabfiles/x..._tabs/EmBT.mp3 was not found on this server.
     
  11. snowy

    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    yeah sounds loud :lol: I can't do this anymore in my flat because of the neighbours so I'm building an isolation cab.
    I just need some money for the sennheiser 906 :(
     
  12. <-Warheart->

    <-Warheart-> † Fuck You Very Much †

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    Sure, it's here:

    http://www.guitardojo.com/tabfiles/xfiles/MRDuCran_tabs/EmBT.mp3

    And great sound, Necromancer197666!!
     
  13. children of COB

    children of COB Deadnight Drinker

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    Sounds cool. Maybe you should record both sides now and see how it sounds with the original BT and your guitar over it. I think you have pretty much nailed it. BTW, what's that 57 clone that you use?
     
  14. JonWormwood

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    906 :erk:

    What amp/speakers do you plan on using?

    Thanks :kickass:

    It's supposed to be some behringer mic, I call it a 57 cause I took the ball thingy off so it's more like a 58 clone but same thing. I did tests a while back with my real 57 and it sounds damn close. I'll be using a real 58 though for my next set of tests
     
  15. The Emptier

    The Emptier t3h b3aSt0rZ

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  16. children of COB

    children of COB Deadnight Drinker

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    A 58 to record? Isn't that a vocal mic? I'm thinking of getting a mic somehow soon (first goes the ADA and the poweramp, then the backup guitar and then the mic, somewhere around christmas if I can't save up this summer), but dunno which one to get.
     
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    not really, the whole 57 for guitars and 58 for vocals it kinda became mouth-to-mouth propaganda. The 57 has a good middle-high that is good for guitars, the 58 has a good middle-low that many vocalist likes. But it´s not really a rule.
     
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    Really nice solo by Christopher Amott :kickass:

     
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    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    Currently I'm using a Laney Lh50r and a Fender Blues Junior. The isolation cab gets a Eminence Wizard (I love this speaker!!).
    I would use my 4x12 Laney cab but the Wizard sounds way better and it's too fucking loud if I don't isolate the speaker.
    I really need a good EQ. Any recommendations?

    :lol: seems like we're using quite the same mic. I got some 58 clone,took of the ball and it sounded and looked like a sm57.
    I have never tried the 906 but I heard some recordings and they were awesome. But maybe it's not that good for a ''metal guitar sound''? I play stuff like Jimi Hendrix and this mic gave me the impression that it was the right one:D
     
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    Sounds like someone likes paul gilbert :lol:

    but in all seriousness, chris amott is so good, I hate michael amott who takes all the credit lol
     

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