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    cool tone and nice blues play, man!

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    Default Re: New Failed Grace Tune (Robert_S.'s Band)

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    http://toneninja.net/robert/First_You_Say.mp3


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    Thanks Shredder. Thats a LP with a C-5 run into a Pod 2.0 on the blackface voice with everythin between 11 and 2 (oclock) dry, then run through my Rocktron racks, eq'ed hard and recorded on a Fostex VF-16.

    Glad you liked it.

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    Nice hunk of Rock n Roll. Great riff. The singing is just perfect for that vibe, some nice old school pipes. Leads were killer.

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    nice riffage Robert...I like the way you got the guitars panned.

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    Another killer tune Robert, great job.

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    As always, Robert, great music! Nice chops!!

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    Thanks guys, I'll have another one ready shortly. Just finished up the final on the bass part today.

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    Rock! Your guitar stuff reminds me of Michael Schenker a little. Sounds real big.
    I like the harmonies too.

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    Nice tune Robert !

    Great guitar tone and sweet playing !

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    Default Re: Re: New Failed Grace Tune (Robert_S.'s Band)

    Originally posted by Scott_F
    Are you sure that's a blackface amp setting? Sounds more like a hot rodded plexi.

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    Blackface with the gain and tone controls somewhere near noon, the reverb and effects are dry from the Pod. Remember, the tracks get EQ'ed at my recorder and the whole mix runs through a Dbx 31 band dual EQ and a BBE 486 (might be 482) as they get burnt down and the Pod gets run through both of my Rocktron rack units as well, so I have my way with the Pods tone a couple of times before you hear it.

    The C-5 in the bridge of the LP I played on that tune gooses the gain a little as well.

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    Ok, number 9 is floating around somewhere in cyberspace. Scott should have it hosted and posted soon.

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    nice tones and playing, kinda reminds me of old Pat Travers Band, are the guitars doubled or is that a delay?

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    Doubled

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    good stuff nice riffs 70's vibe all the way KISS and PAT TRAVERS BAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Robert, you've got a killer voice for this type of music. Great, down-to-earth rock.

    Its funny, the first 10 seconds reminds me a lot of Hendrix's Dolly Dagger. ::

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    lovin the sound of this project Robert ... major tune-smithing and vibe mojo

    congrats

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