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Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Tizzer » Wed Oct 29, 2014 5:18 am

I'm planning on having a friend do some vocals on this, but otherwise it's almost a completed mix. I've been working a lot on my guitar and bass sound and wanted to see what you lovely folks thought. Guitars are a Fender American Special Tele straight into my Rockerverb 100 and PPC212. Bass is a Mexican Fender Jazz through a GK-mb112 with an old MXR Distortion+ in front for some grit. Any and all constructive feedback encouraged. Hope you enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/tizzer/10-28-14a

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Ronnie Robinson » Wed Oct 29, 2014 3:58 pm

Yes Im really liking the guitar tone and nicey recorded. I must admit I do like using my tele through mine.
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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by bclaire » Wed Oct 29, 2014 4:25 pm

I like it.

Are you playing out anytime soon? Where do you usually play?

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Tizzer » Wed Oct 29, 2014 5:34 pm

bclaire wrote:I like it.

Are you playing out anytime soon? Where do you usually play?
Thanks! I WISH I was playing out soon. I was/am in a band that played semi-regularly, usually at the Middle East or All Asia (before they tore it down), but our singer/rhythm guitarist/main songwriter went back to school and doesn't have time for the band right now. I jam with our drummer once in a while, but mostly I've been working on recording. I'd love to start playing shows again though.

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by saturnine » Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:41 pm

Tele's + Rockerverb is a really nice combo! You've really got a nice, thick and full sound that really is the "Orange Tone". Really well played and a nice catchy song :)Will be fun to hear some vocals on it!

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Tizzer » Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:42 am

saturnine wrote:Tele's + Rockerverb is a really nice combo! You've really got a nice, thick and full sound that really is the "Orange Tone". Really well played and a nice catchy song :)Will be fun to hear some vocals on it!

/J
Thanks for the compliments man, glad you like it! I haven't done much vocal recording yet so hopefully I don't ruin the song, haha. It's funny I actually wanted to use my other guitar because I thought humbuckers would suit the song better, but my tele just sounds so good through that rockerverb I couldn't help use that one for the recording.

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by MikeD » Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:40 pm

Sweet...tight-ass drums going on there!!
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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Les Paul Lover » Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:08 pm

saturnine wrote:Tele's + Rockerverb is a really nice combo! You've really got a nice, thick and full sound that really is the "Orange Tone". Really well played and a nice catchy song :)Will be fun to hear some vocals on it!

/J

I second that, I like what you've done there, but am wondering which way will the lyrics and voice take it...!
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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Tizzer » Fri Nov 07, 2014 4:20 am

MikeD wrote:Sweet...tight-ass drums going on there!!
Thanks! I wish I could say it was real, but alas, I programmed them with Superior Drummer. I hope this means I programmed them well then! :lol:
Les Paul Lover wrote:I second that, I like what you've done there, but am wondering which way will the lyrics and voice take it...!
I'm not sure which direction it will go myself! I'm not a lyricist or singer, so I'm going to leave that up to my friends. Might take a while because of conflicting work schedules, but I'm excited.

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Tizzer » Tue Dec 23, 2014 5:22 am

Hey guys no vocals on this song yet, but I recently got a new camera and made a little playthrough video of the song if you guys are interested. No shots of my rockerverb in this video, but plenty of my tele and my messy room :lol:

Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOthfF8 ... e=youtu.be

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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by Man1ak » Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:37 am

Sounds very nice, love the 3D overdriven texture. To my ears, the solo could use a thicker sound, but it's pretty cool nonetheless.
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Re: Mix test - Tele + Rockerverb content

Post by a.hun » Tue Dec 23, 2014 4:35 pm

Great. Nicely layered, bass sits nicely too.

Good job. Look forward to the finished product. :D


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