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post Nov 17 2007, 01:26 AM
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Hi there

This is my first attempt to record something. I just pluged my Zoom II multieffect into PC soundcard and used Guitartracks Pro 3 to record. I used 3 tracks......the first track is the drums that come frome the Zoom gadget, I don´t know how to use it so it´s the same beat from beginning to end, the clean guitar is recorded at the same time with the drums. And then there are 2 tracks for guitars, and I used Gibson Sg 61 for all guitars. There is no bass on this recording. I will be getting Pod X3 soon, and then I will dive deeper into the world of recordings. Tell me what you think of it so far. I will make another recording and make the solo more organised, but now I just blasted minor scale and pentatonics over it all, and I really love to solo over these chords.
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post Nov 17 2007, 01:35 AM
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Love the crazy pick scrapes goin on in the intro man fine work sounds very Dave Gilmour esque keep up the good work!


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post Nov 17 2007, 03:47 AM
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Nice guitarwork there - very fluid and Gilmore-esque, but with a twist - good job!


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great job m8 biggrin.gif well done smile.gif


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post Nov 17 2007, 08:48 AM
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Great tone! Nice job for a first recording. Way better than my first
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Hi

I did another take on this one. I used Ibanez RG 2570 with stock pickups, they sound little bit thin but they soon will be replaced by Evos. smile.gif

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Nice playing mate smile.gif Awesome sound you have there smile.gif


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Yeah man! Really nice job. I hope my first is that good. Your backing sounds like it would be fun to jam to.

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post Feb 19 2008, 09:11 AM
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Thanks guys.......

You are right, it´s awsome to jam to this track. I will upload it for you when I get the chance, and it would be great if you good people could upload your takes on it. smile.gif



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