#1
Here is another quick one. I just really wanted to try something accoustic to test out this cheap little Behringer accoustic simulator that I got. It actually sounds alot better than I thought it would. I played the lead with my usual distortion tone to make it a little different. Let me know what you think.

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Rocktron Xpression
Crybaby 95q
Ibanez Tubescreamer TS-9
Behringer EQ
#2
wish i could check it out bro.. but im out at work and i get blocked off from all the good stuff...

will definitiely check it out when im done though!

quick question though... what do you use to record your music, especially acoustic sets?
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#3
Well I record all my stuff 99% the same way. Using an Epi LP with EMGs, Into basically all the stuff in my sig. I record with Adobe Audition, using a cheap mic into a cheap mixer which is then hooked up to my pc. I use Guitar Pro 5 for all my tabs and for exporting backing tracks.
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
dude excellence playing. loved the bed of razors cover. i'm about to do an arch enemy - burning angel cover, did a cob everytime i die using the same gp5 method. but my tone sucks balls cause i'm using guitar rig 2 for my sound.

edit: its done. link on the bottom
Last edited by ZombieModeRocks at Jul 15, 2007,
#5
Thanks man. I had a cover of Burning Angel up for quite a while but I took it down to free up some space. It's a really cool song so go for it.
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