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> Frusciante Take, What do you think about it?
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post Apr 17 2010, 09:31 AM
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Hello Gabriel

Well I made take on this awesome and melodic lesson of yours and I would like some opinions if thats possible smile.gif
Moreover, I would like more feedback on the tone and not so much on the playing as you can't really see me and focus on my technique.


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Edit: Also.. IF I were to submit this to REC how do you think you would grade me?

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post Apr 17 2010, 12:43 PM
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I think this lesson is too easy for your level of skill. I think its a very good take, just one or teo tiny bending things, and you should try something harder. But you wanted a sound-feedback: I like your sound a lot, fat and rich. Do you use Humbuckers? That would explain to me why I'm compairing your sound to Gabriels sound, who uses Humbuckers. John Frusciante uses Singlecoils, which give a more "twangy" sound, more singing and with more trebel.

greetings, peter

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QUOTE (herrb @ Apr 17 2010, 02:43 PM) *
I think this lesson is too easy for your level of skill. I think its a very good take, just one or teo tiny bending things, and you should try something harder. But you wanted a sound-feedback: I like your sound a lot, fat and rich. Do you use Humbuckers? That would explain to me why I'm compairing your sound to Gabriels sound, who uses Humbuckers. John Frusciante uses Singlecoils, which give a more "twangy" sound, more singing and with more trebel.

greetings, peter


Hey thanks smile.gif

Actually I can play 3 level lesson and with some or a lot of effort I might manage a 4 one tongue.gif I play this one cause I really like the melody smile.gif

Also I use Humbuckers tongue.gif You see I use the Epiphone Les Paul which I bought 3 months ago so that kinda explains why the tone is pretty similar to the one Gabriel is using at this lesson.


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Hi man! The take sounds great! It's has the same characteristics than my lesson. I originally recorded it using the clean channel of my Marshall 8080. What did you use?


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 21 2010, 01:05 AM) *
Hi man! The take sounds great! It's has the same characteristics than my lesson. I originally recorded it using the clean channel of my Marshall 8080. What did you use?


Thanks smile.gif Well I didnt use an amp.. I just picked a clean preset from the software POD Farm using POD Studio UX1

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QUOTE (Darknodar123 @ Apr 21 2010, 02:34 AM) *
Thanks smile.gif Well I didnt use an amp.. I just picked a clean preset from the software POD Farm using POD Studio UX1


Excellent! I think that this is a very good take for the REC! wink.gif


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Excellent! I think that this is a very good take for the REC! wink.gif


Thank you very much, sir biggrin.gif


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