New song: Wild Wicked Woman
Amp: Fender Mustang 3 straight to the PC (Really)
Guitar: Kramer Baretta Special
Amp: Bogner Uberschall pedal > Valvecaster tube clean boost > interface
Guitar: PRS SE Soapbar II
Drums: Roland V-Drums
:laugh2: That's my red neck amp dolly. lol!!
Let me explain my ridiculous set up.
I have a 100+ year old house with no storage to speak of. I added this room about 8 years ago. This area used to be a patio on the back of my house but we had that ripped up and built a 10 x 16ft room here. I...
Thanks. It was a fun one to play on. 4 guitar players, bass and I'm assuming programmed drums by guitar player that started the template with the cool rhythm part. A bass player buddy added the slammin' bass track. I took the first lead, my buddy Joe took the 2nd with a bass solo, Frankie took...
Super fun collaboration jam done with some friends via file sharing on Wikiloops.
The building in the video is Bennet School for Girls. It's a local college that was built in 1893 and abandoned 44 years ago.
It was a grand place 129 years ago but now nature is busy reclaiming what was once...
I have a bunch of low wattage amps too. This is my Nat Daniel's collection a Danelectro DM10 and a pair of Silvertone 1482's.
I have a T5 that sounds similar. I made this video of it a little over a week ago with a generic '80s style backer and a few OD pedals. Phat switch off, vol 10, gain...
For me it's:
In the Mix leads
I think the SF would have taken this round if I didn't have the gain maxed on the amp and the pedal's gain @ 1 o'clock. It's different with both set...
A few years ago my wife bought me a Bugera Infinium T5 head. She was doing a little Christmas shopping for me and buying a pedal I was interested in and spotted this advertised in one of those short blowout sales and added it to her order. I didn't really know what to make of it but kept an open...
Got involved in this collaboration jam and had a lot of fun playing lead in this. I used a Mexican Tele with a Kent Armstrong Chaos humbucker in the bridge position and my trusty Rock Master rack preamp.