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    Default Re: Rockman Tone in 2017

    Oh, and since this is my thread, I get to make post #500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirion View Post
    Oh, and since this is my thread, I get to make post #500
    I agree with the above post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirion View Post
    Not directly Rockman related, but this article had me thinking of this thread:

    https://www.guitarworld.com/gear/the...ou-can-rock-me

    So, Michael's best rhythm tones came from a 5" Pignose practice amp? And a guitar with .009-.040 strings? One could almost believe that the regular guitar forum tropes are incorrect!
    Of course, there's many things in the studio you can do to "fool" the listener.

    It's funny, so many guitar players fail to even recognize the huge contribution the studio gives to (recorded) guitar tone; if at all.

    The studio is as much a "member" of the band as any one else, and has by far the most expensive and complex "instruments".
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    This is kind of interesting. Harry Jacobson published a 1982 demo called "Bulletproof" recorded with a Rockman into a 4 track:


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    One of the guys I work with went to school to be a sound engineer. He was telling me about a session he did with Barry Goudreau. It seems Barry likes to stack his reverbs. It was a head-scratcher for me until it dawned on me that Eventide Space is a multitap reverb and in theory, is the same thing. Pretty cool IMO.

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    This is a cover of the "Pour Some Sugar on Me" song by YouTube user "Hack To Scratch Golf". All guitars are played with a Fender MIM strat through a Rockman x100 into GarageBand, with one exception that's highlighted in the notes:


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    I'm feeling like this thread is justifying me never letting go of my Rockman X100. Just saying...
    "The truth is that I have preserved my sanity, and, I sometimes think, my life, by not getting enmeshed in the turbulent world of rockaboogie music." - John Peel

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    Default Re: Rockman Tone in 2017

    Or that you’ll get a great price for it.
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    I am currently using Skullcandy headphones I found in the garbage.
    I did find the DS-1 in the garbage.
    I once found a guitar amp in the garbage, a Peavey Studio 110. It caught fire at the first gig I played it at.. But it was at the end of it, thank god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbc View Post
    This is kind of interesting. Harry Jacobson published a 1982 demo called "Bulletproof" recorded with a Rockman into a 4 track:

    Didn't hear this before now. It is crazy how that tone really defined a decade.

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    Default Re: Rockman Tone in 2017

    If anybody in the US has 10000$ to spare, now is the time to get your Rockman collection!

    https://reverb.com/item/17547701-roc...2-remote-loops

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