#2
you should try to work on playing the part itself much cleaner. it sticks out at a few parts to me. otherwise it's very good.

the fuzz is my favorite. if you could throw a little more sustain on it it could be really be awesome. (not feedback, sustain. maybe a compressor?)
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#3
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you should try to work on playing the part itself much cleaner. it sticks out at a few parts to me. otherwise it's very good.

the fuzz is my favorite. if you could throw a little more sustain on it it could be really be awesome. (not feedback, sustain. maybe a compressor?)

Yes it was done very quickly I'm looking to add an ls and a compressor to my pedal board to fnish it ty for feedback
#4
as a suggestion, go rack mount for the compressor. better sounding usually.
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#5
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as a suggestion, go rack mount for the compressor. better sounding usually.


OH GOD YES.

Mine sounds really good.

(DBX 266xl if anyone's interested)
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#6
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as a suggestion, go rack mount for the compressor. better sounding usually.

wont be an option.... as i lack a rack... or tectonically even a pedal board at this point
#7
just set on top of the amp while you're playing.
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#8
To me the last overdrive tone sounds best, and i think it would cut through the mix best.
Its fine getting a tone that sounds good by its self but it might sound terrible in a band situation, if you can hear it at all, which some times happens with distorted bass. Less is more on bass.