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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Blindfold, Oct 16, 2006.
I guess it takes some getting used to, but I like it a lot
Just got DR DDT 10-46 set. And Boy... Thoose strings kick some serious ass. Man I can drop it down from E to Drop B and notes sound clear. Damn got to love thoose.
buy a fucking bass ffs
>implying a bass sounds anything like a guitar
Besides, I already have one, and its tuned even lowar, bitch ;DD
Oh nice, I thought you played only guitar... what bass do you have, Franky-Frank?
If you say a Fender Jazz bass, then it's like miiiine (and I luv it). (=
Ah no I have a SX Jazz Bass
The only Fender I have is a Telecaster
Ahhh ok, I googled a bit to find some images about it and it looks lovely! (=
And I love a bass' sound, 'tis warm and makes a song less... "empty"? Yes, that's the word, at least if it's played like it should be played (aka, not the way I do ).
Oh yeah, I know Telecasters... good oldies that never die! ^_*
By the way, lovin' your new avatar! She's so cute!!
but it also has strings and stuff
Youre really telling me your tuning to B with a 46 ?
You running a 30" scale ?
Even magical grandma-handmade DR's can't do that.
Seriously man, a 56 is still way to thin and wierd :Spin:
But for the bass stuff ... I can't really get a grasp on why everyone has atleast one Fender Jazz or a copy of it ... its really crazy.
Im happy with my wierd modern looking stringed plank.
Ltd f-415 fm
Peavey tour 700 head
Peavey 4x10 bass cab
Finally recorded some real mic'd up cab action going this weekend
I started, mixing from scratch today but with headphones so I'm not exactly sure how its sounding on majority of sound systems.
Here's a little clip, I removed the lead vocals so you guys can zone in on the tone more
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3269281/EE Guitar Tone.mp3
Wow, that sounded pretty good lol. I'm going to assume that was the V2 sitting there that we're hearing? I've been planning on buying one of those for quite some time, it's nice to hear how amazing it sounds, albeit a little saddening that I'm not playing through it at the same time
I also like the vocals, I wasn't so impressed by the cleans you had previously, or I think you did anyways. In any case, I'm excited to hear how this turns out
Well feels thin,but notes soound clear. That's the point. I just play In E and drop D,but did a small test,that's it.
@Dries: Nice, how are you liking it??
@Alex: Good to hear dude, can't wait for the whole thing! Are you recording everything this time? Like real drums and all?
Yeah, man I'm really proud of it so far. Recorded and produced it myself. I've been with the same drummer in bands for like 6 years and he's super happy that he's finally not represented by programmed drums lol.
I can understand drummers frustration with that though, its the hardest part and most expensive to record real drums and have them sound professional, so a lot of bands just go with the programmed route for DIY.
I sure would be pissed if I was in a band and got my guitar programmed (Whats scary is that I've actually heard that done with sampled programmed guitars and it actually sounds convincing)
Found one example quick from the sneap forum, this is not real guitar or drums lol we're fuuukeeddd
which mics did you use for the drums? Whats the mic next to the sm57 on the amp? Guitar sound is nice too, but I guess you had a lot of phase issues right?
it's an audix i5. We only used the SM57 mic track though, the i5 tracks didn't sound right for the mix, and yea combined they phased out lol
used these for drums,
Great, a pic is all I wanted But where are the overheads
You could have moved the region around to eliminate those issues, but if you didnt like its sound at all
Did you set up the mics by yourself? Where did you learn this stuff?