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Discussion in 'Steve Smyth' started by Seedawakener, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. ms. anthrope

    ms. anthrope back off, mofo...

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    Amps used during recording of TGE

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  2. Fragle

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    actually, that's more like the amps andy owned at the time tge was recorded. as you can see, the rectifier and the krank are fired up, and as far as the other amps go....iirc steve said they tracked some stuff with the triple xxx, but i seriously doubt there's any marshall and 5150 to be heared on tge :lol:
    HOWEVER, if you look closely you can spot the pod xt pro which was used for a couple of leads.
     
  3. ms. anthrope

    ms. anthrope back off, mofo...

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    D'OH! I stand corrected. :lol:

    I guess I shouldn't assume. The Krank amp looks like it's in use...
     
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    Got this from Andy's web page when they were recording. His caption for the picture: "I think we'll go with the Boogie and Krank through the Boogie cab."
     
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    And what kind of guitars and pickup models were used from the self-titled through DNB (including Pat and Tim's)?

    This is Will's excuse to post the Axtra picture. :p
     
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    I swear by the DR's myself too. I've tried everything at the music store at one time or another and nothing out does the DRs.
     
  7. War_Blade

    War_Blade New Metal Member

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    i like blue steel strings, they sound great, and they fast.
     
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    DR's have an excellent sound (and are dense as all hell), however they are unreliable. The gauges are often off by varying degrees.
     
  9. guitarguru777

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    Dont forget the TUBE SCREAMER !!!!!

    As for guitars the on TGE Jeff and Steve both used their normal axes (Schecter with EMG's and a BC with EMG's) along with some other stuff for varying degrees of over dubs.

    For Enemies im sure it wass Jeffs 007Elite and his C7

    I believe DHWADW Was a Custom 7 String With EMG's

    Dreaming was Jexxf Custom guitars and Obriens Ibanez's

    Before that Jeffs Customs and Jacksons i believe, along with Jeffs RG 550 Ibanezes he played for a while. (The POE Days)
     
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    Dreaming was Jexxf Custom guitars and Obriens Ibanez's
    really? they used o'brien's guitar when he wasn't even a band member anymore?
     
  11. eaeolian

    eaeolian Division Guitarist

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    Yep. I used to be an endorser, and went back to D'Addario because they were so friggin' inconsistent. They're a nice idea, but the execution is not so good...
     
  12. JBroll

    JBroll I MIX WITH PHYSICS!!!!

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    What companies make all-steel guitar strings bigger than .70? I'm using nickel-plated SITs (actually at 68 because I was told they were out of 70s) and I'm contemplating moving up a little.

    Jeff
     

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