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> A Great Video On Recording Metal Guitars!, a very useful and helpful video on how to get record good metal sound
Gerardo Siere
Jun 25 2008, 04:35 PM
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thanks for sharing

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Jun 25 2008, 04:44 PM
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What does he mean by a passive pick-up ?

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nice vid, but the guy is paranoic, after hearing half of the video, it seems like the more it's expensive the better it is ... and change strings every 3 - 4 hours !! is he serious about that !! We don't have to be a millioneer to have a great tone, you just have to be a good player, and everything will sound good when you'll play it .... for example
hmmm... yes you know who I'm talking about : Muris with his pandora ^^

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QUOTE (Nighthawk @ Jun 25 2008, 04:44 PM) *
What does he mean by a passive pick-up ?


No battery......emg are active ......evo or screamin demon would be and example of passive.

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so usefull!!! thx!

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Thanks for sharing, Toni. I must disagree with some his information though. I would say that the technology is so good today that in the studio most people can't tell the difference between a properly set up modeling tone vs. tube amp. Marcus Lavendell can fool anyone with his tone. He's got the best tone I've ever heard and it's PodXT!

Live is a different situation though. No substitute for a great tube amp in my opinion.

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I'm happy that you guys found the link useful. I too disagree with some of the aspects that he is saying, but there's still so much good information about the "basics" that I still find this video very useful smile.gif

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Thanks for sharing, worth a view without a doubt.

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Thank you for posting the video! I really liked the use of the tubescreamer pedal. It really gave it a wider spectrum of sound.

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LOL at the string changing and pick up advice!Apart from that very usefull.I use a SM57 on position 3 in a big room with tube amps and they sound fine.I might get some foam out and do as he does to see how it sounds

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Great vid, thanks for sharing. smile.gif

Watched about eight minutes of it, while he sounds like he knows what he's talking about, he does indeed sound somewhat of a "gear-snob" as someone said before me.

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Yeah.

While I did get a couple of useful things from that dude, I did spend most of the time wanting to punch him.

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QUOTE (Noangels @ Aug 22 2008, 12:26 AM) *
LOL at the string changing and pick up advice!Apart from that very usefull.I use a SM57 on position 3 in a big room with tube amps and they sound fine.I might get some foam out and do as he does to see how it sounds

Thanks for the clip:)

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Johns mic placement advice



Very usefull too

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