#1
Here's another old one for you. It gets kinda boring without vocals though so if anyone wants to add you're welcome to. Check it out
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Marshall Valvestate S80 (8240)
Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ
#2
I'll do vocals, but I prefer the original version so I'm more prone to sing like Sean Harris, rather than Hetfield. PM me if you're down with that.
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#3
Yeah sure makes no diff to me.
Ibanez S470 dxqm
Cort KX-Custom
Cort VX-4V DiMarzio X2N
Epiphone Les Paul Std emg81/85
Krank Rev Jr.
Marshall Valvestate S80 (8240)
Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ
#4
That was awesome, i liked the tone a lot. The recording quality was much better than the average covers posted here. The timing was perfect, very good job indeed. What gear did you use?.
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#5
Thanks. Epiphone LP standard with emg 81/85. Valvestate s80 with the eq pedal slightly scooped for the rythm tracks. For the lead I just added the tubescreamer and a bit of delay, and boosted the mids a little. I also used a crybaby 95q for part of the solo.
Ibanez S470 dxqm
Cort KX-Custom
Cort VX-4V DiMarzio X2N
Epiphone Les Paul Std emg81/85
Krank Rev Jr.
Marshall Valvestate S80 (8240)
Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ
#6
Wow... that was just perfect! I don't imagine Metallica play it any differently, excellent!
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