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Can I use my Telecaster as a mic pre?
Old 2nd June 2006
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Can I use my Telecaster as a mic pre?

Sorry...I thought Telecaster was a requirement in all headings today.
Old 2nd June 2006
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If you sing into the bridge pickup loud enough, it almost sounds like a U87.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TAVD
If you sing into the bridge pickup loud enough, it almost sounds like a U87.
Hmm..I didn't know that..
But I'm just a drummer
I'll try my Slingerland snare as a spring reverb next !!
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No, but if you buy an expensive enough one you can walk down the street humming a telecaster.
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Originally Posted by thenoodle
Sorry...I thought Telecaster was a requirement in all headings today.
Brilliant!
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Originally Posted by thenoodle
Sorry...I thought Telecaster was a requirement in all headings today.

it is!

thank you for your compliance!
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The PUPs in the MexiTeles are super-microphonic and they make a nice alternative to an SM-57 in a pinch.
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I had a 79 P-bass that we actually used a clip of a bassplayer talking right before the song started (which printed to the track through the pickup) in a song.
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I saw a performance by K.K. Null, a Japanese noise artist, who really 'got into it' at one point by engaging in an extended bout of screaming full force into the pickups that translated through his effect chain and wall of amplifiers for a SERIOUS wave of white-noise din. I might add that he wasn't much quieter playing guitar 'normally' in his full band Zeni Geva.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by centurymantra
I saw a performance by K.K. Null, a Japanese noise artist, who really 'got into it' at one point by engaging in an extended bout of screaming full force into the pickups that translated through his effect chain and wall of amplifiers for a SERIOUS wave of white-noise din. I might add that he wasn't much quieter playing guitar 'normally' in his full band Zeni Geva.
I love Zeni Geva!
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... so that was what Hendrix was doing. Hahaha, and everyone thought he was playing with his tongue.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AdamJay
it is!

thank you for your compliance!
yes, yes !
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