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Guitar Player's Thread

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

  1. Corny

    Corny Member

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    Engl Powerball? Nice :D
     
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    I thought you would find that interesting :D
     
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    Awesome, I'll have a go. Dream Theater are amazing!

    I'll try, thanks!
    Woah! That's some super hot playing.
     
  4. <-Warheart->

    <-Warheart-> † Fuck You Very Much †

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    Remy's great, but I hope he doesn't use my tabs and then bullshit saying he figured it out himself. I know he did the NC arps himself, but there's only one video of Paul playing the Street Lethal intro and that's live at the Roxy with Racer X in 1986. Same with the new Scarified arps.

    If not, then good job, since they're all correct, note wise and positioning wise and most importantly, played well.
     
  5. children of COB

    children of COB Deadnight Drinker

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    @Inhe: Great video, that guy plays great, but damn some of those riffs are fucking hard, like f.e. the last one looks like something I'll never be able to play :lol:

    So I guess the Marshall thing was a wild thing and you're not thinking of getting rid of it soon, right? :( :lol:

    :kickass: I tried it some time ago and it's a nice short one but it's actually tricky to nail and make it sound clean and cool, so i think you'll enjoy it.
     
  6. Corny

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    I don't know, my taste changes from day to day. I'm satisfied with it, but I now that I know the amp better, I want to compare it again.


    Good night guise.
     
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  8. Corny

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    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_egvxlDnBl...BBI/8lvHrl2fa94/s1600-h/skyscraperJEM_LRG.jpg
     
  9. Shot In The Dark

    Shot In The Dark Pathetic Little Soul

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    For the shape I prefer maybe strato more that V... But I am not saying that V is bad shape its pretty badass. Atm I am playing M series guitar so maybe strato shape would feel most comfortable.

    Have to think which one to buy...
     
  10. Flappy

    Flappy Fetch me a carrot.

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    Does anyone one know of what material the luminous inlay and pinstripes on this guitar are made of? It's supposed to be glow in the dark.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. children of COB

    children of COB Deadnight Drinker

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    They indeed glow in the dark, but no idea of the material. I supose some kind of fluorescent plastic.
     
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    Black metal!
     
  13. Flappy

    Flappy Fetch me a carrot.

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    Pђoenix Phagist Phanboy

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    So my latest haul. :D I decided to jump on the toneport wagon :p.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Corny

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    Good choice! :oops:
     
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    Tell us how tonefarm works, it replaced gearbox:)
     
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    Awesome, i am going to buy one when i am going to college.

    Do you like it? And why did you choose the UX2 one? and not the UX1?
     
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    ^I made a list on what's different between the UX1 and UX2 in this thread, perhaps you can find it via search function. If not, I could try to remember everything. :p
     
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    Here you go, because it was not easy to find:


    - UX-1 has one MicIn, UX-2 has two
    - UX-1 has one LineIn, UX-2 has two

    other advantages:
    - UX-2 has a digital S/PDIF output (I never used it)
    - the headphone-output of the UX-2 has a separate volume poti
    - the UX-2 has to VU-Meters so that you can directly see the clipping
    - the UX-2 has inputs for a footswitch, so that you can send orders like punchin/out
    - the UX-2 has Phantompower (I think the UX-1 doesn't)
     

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