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> Song Updated *the Buzzer Beater*, G3x multi- and 200$ Jackson Guitar(installed pickups)
post May 26 2015, 09:30 AM
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ok so finally got my 200$ Jackson installed with some pickups Liquifier and d-sonic .

plus a g3x Multi-Effect Pedal (Dunno if any of you have this effect pedal) ....

I put a little demo song together and the tone could prolly be alot better am just open to any advice on tweaking this thing particularly on the solo parts
used the MS Drive, Hall Reverb on the G3x pedal

With all that said theres no substitute for practicing which i need plenty of right now lol so feel free to critique n ill try n work to get better
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post May 28 2015, 04:35 PM
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Hi mate! Congrats on your new gear! I hope that it comes with lots of inspiration. smile.gif

The sample sounds good, I'm sure that the device that you've got has lots of possibilities and you still have to explore it. The tone for soloing sound good, I would just add some delay to it and it's ok for me. The clean guitar in the beginning and the distorted rhythm guitar after the solo could sound better. I feel that both are weak and that are lacking some mids and maybe bass too. I feel that both have too much reverb and it makes them less present and lack definition. So my suggestion is to keep on experimenting with them.

These are some suggestions to start trying:

- Less reverb on both.
- Less drive for the distorted sound.
- Boost frequencies around 3000 hz to make them more present.

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