#1
Hey, I'm new to guitars. Looking to get one for recording.

Anyway, really like the sound on the following two videos, & was wondering what guitar the guy's using? It's two different tones, but think it's the same guiter..

I sent the guy a message, over a month ago, but haven't received a reply!

From 7.26:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HMxpQ9wn4g

From 5.04
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYm947iMi4E

I understand, a pedal maybe needed to achieve the tone aswell.
#2
If your new to guitars why are you looking to start recording? shouldnt you be learning chord shapes and different beginners stuff?
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#3
Hi, I don't have a guitar yet, so I thought I'd get one which I like the sound of, that I can learn on & then start recording...
#4
Quote by JimiAwesome
If your new to guitars why are you looking to start recording? shouldnt you be learning chord shapes and different beginners stuff?

+1
Well tone is acquired not just the guitar but the amp also. Do you have a budget?
Last edited by conor-figgy at Jul 1, 2010,
#5
The first one is some kind of Gibson les Paul.

The 2nd one is a Washburn Nuno Bettencourt model.
#6
Quote by JimiAwesome
If your new to guitars why are you looking to start recording? shouldnt you be learning chord shapes and different beginners stuff?


+1

Other than that, I don't think he's using any effects, just a mild tone + reverb.

And it's not about the guitar.
Last edited by Zeletros at Jul 1, 2010,
#9
Ok, for tone, it's generally amp over guitar. Any particular style of music you would like to play?
#10
Mainly soulful stuff such as the Erykah Badu, D'Angelo, Maxwell sound.

Was thinking of getting something like a Line 6 Pod or a VST amp modeler, instead of an actual amp..