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    Ultimate Tone Member Dahla's Avatar
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    Default The BW does rock

    Though I'd share this clip just for fun. This is the BW doing something other than metal.

    I'm playing a cover (of a cover actually... errr...), boys of summer. Rythm guitars are all with the bridge pup split. The delay thingy (makes sense when hearing the clip) is the neck pup full on (i.e in series mode).


    BoS clip.mp3

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    Default Re: The BW does rock

    That makes me want to get a Black Winter set for my 7-string.

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    Default Re: The BW does rock

    Hey man! Just heard your clip! This pickup sounds great!
    What guitar/amp/gear you were using in this recording?
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    Default Re: The BW does rock

    Great tone.

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    Default Re: The BW does rock

    I have to agree.....that sounded great! What gear were you using?
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    Default Re: The BW does rock

    Thanks guys!

    Copy and paste from another thread:

    Epiphone Goth Explorer. Just one 500k push/pull pot (no tone control on guitar). The bridge pickup used split for all rythm tracks. (The delayed melody/solo track is neck BW in series). 3 guitars total: L and R rythm, and center melody/solo. There is a synth pad buried beneath it all.

    Played through a Kemper using a stock Mesa patch. Volume knob on split bridge around 7. Recorded via spdif to RME UCX. I could post the whole song, but thought the clip might be enough.

    Oh, and the bass is a MIM p bass with QP.

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