Timeless Journey - crunch channel (Orange mode)

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Timeless Journey - crunch channel (Orange mode)

Post by wolbai » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:26 pm

Timeless Journey

This is my sunday afternoon guitar recording, played to a pretty good backing track from Alex Hutchings called "Timeless Journey" (http://www.jamtrackcentral.com). The backing is made in high quality.

The subtitle of that song is: "Take care of your vibrato, do not play too many notes, make a good amount of pause and bring in your phrasing".

The EQ-setting on my JVM410 is low gain on the crunch channel. The Orange mode in particular is just great. I play my Warmoth built (H-S-H).
I had my sound engineer with me (special subject: wrong notes) [smilie=icon_biggrin.gif] You will see him in the vid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJO3AIq ... e=youtu.be

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Guitars: Warmoth (H-S-H)-built, James Tyler Variax JTV 59, JTV 69, JTV 89F, Gibson Les Paul Deluxe, Godin Progression, Godin Seagull
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Re: Timeless Journey - crunch channel (Orange mode)

Post by NoWayBackRock » Tue Sep 29, 2015 7:40 pm

The subtitle of that song is: "Take care of your vibrato, do not play too many notes, make a good amount of pause and bring in your phrasing".
[smilie=gt-happyup.gif] Great playing and tone [smiley-shreds]

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Re: Timeless Journey - crunch channel (Orange mode)

Post by wolbai » Thu Oct 01, 2015 7:06 pm

Hi Marcelo,

thanks for your well-meaning feedback [smilie=icon_biggrin.gif]

I more and more discover my crunch channel for more complex tone and phrasing where the guitar related tone elements (wood, pickup-selector, volume/tone knob) of the signal path are more noticeable as they play a more prominent part for the overall tone. The Orange mode is just awesome for that.

In addition, I have found a good amp technician in my hometown who was capable to do the Negative feedback mod based on the crunch channel only (to avoid the negative aspect of the mod for the clean and OD channels IMO). This mod adds more dynamics in varying plectrum stroke intensity at lower volume levels.

wolbai
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Guitars: Warmoth (H-S-H)-built, James Tyler Variax JTV 59, JTV 69, JTV 89F, Gibson Les Paul Deluxe, Godin Progression, Godin Seagull
Amps/cabs: Marshall JVM410h (negative feedback mod crunch channel only), Line6 DT50/212 Combo, Line6 DT50/Head, Marshall JVMC212 cab (closed back), Palmer 2x12 cab (closed back) Multi-FX: Fractal Audio Systems FX8, Line6 POD HD500
Others: Little Lehle A/B-Switch, Radial JDX Reactor direct box, RIVERA Rockcrusher, Small Stubby 3.0 mm picks, Sharkfin picks, D'Addario-XL EXL125 strings Website: http://www.soundclick.com/wolbai

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