#4
Quote by kbm216
not bad. what did you use?


Used gearbox with "Clean LP" preset and a Boss DS1 for the distortion
#6
Quote by DimebagRob
yeah its pretty good, why didnt you play the whole song?


Well i recorded the whole song like 5 times but the last part sounded like shit in all the recordings So i just picked the best one and cut away the last part
#7
Hey man, just writing as i go,

you should definitely work on your vibrato. It takes average runs to bring something superb.
also you should try to improve your alternate picking a little bit. It looked like your were struggling a bit at 2:25ish.

Also, for the distorted rhythms, it's probably going to sound a bit better if you use your bridge pickup.

Very nice job though man, nice job.

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#8
I use gearbox but I couldnt see the clean lp preset. Good cover.
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#9
Quote by mothership
I use gearbox but I couldnt see the clean lp preset. Good cover.

Thanks

And sorry i dont think it's an original preset
#10
No prob. Nice tone you got there. Considering that you are using a ds1. WHat amp model are you using? Coz I use the jazz clean and it's great with my distortion pedal.
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#11
1958 Tweed B-Man amp
4x10 1958 Tweed B-man cab

those are used for the "clean lp", always use that for clean and just change the settings
#12
Nice cover, especially considering that it's all done by ear. I still haven't had the time to learn that one fully yet, but watching this makes me want to soon

I'd say work on your vibrato, I'm not great at it myself, but have been working on it over the past couple of weeks, and my playings already sounding a lot better than before.

Be nice to see the solo at somepoint if you get around to learning it.... you may have even already, if you have, stick a video up

C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=16293042#post16293042
#13
Nice cover....again as most people have already mentioned...widen that vibrato a bit.... Nice playing alround though... I quite liked your tone and you nailed the riffs.... Well Done

C4C?

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#16
Quote by RockxxStar
that was really cool, did u hook up you amp to your tone port?

Nope, its just the guitar -> "PAD" input jack
#18
Quote by vismbr
1958 Tweed B-Man amp
4x10 1958 Tweed B-man cab

those are used for the "clean lp", always use that for clean and just change the settings


Thanks. I have a new clean setting now and I just went closer to petrucci's tone with my dist pedal. Thanks a lot.
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hi, i was just wondering how to post a thread?

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Everyone must own a DS-1 at some point in their playing career.

^^idiots