Long time no posts.
Our band recorded a new song for this band contest where we can win a gig at the local summer festival and a crappy record deal. Yippee!!!
But anyway most of the song is recorded with my R0 so I thought you guys might be interested.
Here's the link Pearly Gates on...
The song is from our new EP that's coming out in few weeks.
The other songs are a bit more rockin'
I'm sure our drummer will appreciate the Porcupine Tree quote. He's a big fan.
Thanks for the compliment on the acoustic solo.
It turned out quite good, even though I'm not...
Our band has a new song up on myspace. If you're interested check it out at: MySpace.com - Pearly Gates - Joensuu/Helsinki - Rock - www.myspace.com/rockthegates
The gear used(since I know that's what you guys are really interested:naughty:):
JMP 2203 for the semi cleans
If your amp is 50w, then either 50w or 100w.
I would think that 150w would be a bit too much.
100w might be the best choice. In case you decide to size up in the future.
It'll probably heat up some but that's what they are meant to do.
I have a 50watt minimass and I use it with my JTM45...
Yes mine is a JMP 2203 but I've taken 2 power tubes out to make it 50W.
IMO Weber mass is the most versatile and at least I haven't had any tone
reducing when using it. If you put it at max attenuation then it might get a
little muddy, but that's way too quiet for my purposes anyway.
I have a 2203. I get slight humming when I turn it really loud, but nothing that would bother me.
If the humming is unbearable you should take it to a tech.
Do you have any pedals hooked up when you get the radio noise?
I had a crappy crybaby wah wah that picked up radio transmissions...
I hate it when there's a moshpit going on and in the middle there's a girl with
an over protective boyfriend and every time you happen to run too close he's
like "what the fuck! I'll kick your ass punk!".
I learnt to play by ear listening to Sabbath.
Their riffs are really easy to catch even if you're a beginner.
I also suggest you get a teacher to get you started.
After that it's easier to start learning by your self
Well I had a similar problem a while ago, even though I don't really use pinch harmonics that much.
I noticed that my bridge pup wasn't as loud as the neck pup.
So I raised it so that both were equally loud and noticed that I also had more sustain on the pinch harmonics.
String height and...