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Dialling in some Tones with my Bogner Twinjet
Old 2nd March 2012
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Dialling in some Tones with my Bogner Twinjet

Dialling in some Tones with my Bogner Twinjet today and did a real quick Memphis May Fire lick.

Really love the attack on the twin jet. Has a real nice crunchy mid range.
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Old 2nd March 2012
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Some pics of the settings.
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Old 3rd March 2012
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wanna trade for a RK series 1?

take your time while thinking about it, i've gotta go change my pants anyway. heh
Old 3rd March 2012
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Thanks man. Glad you like it.
Old 5th March 2012
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Cog Noggin
 

I copied your tube screamer settings and threw it in front of my RK, if i can ever figure out how to
a) play guitar
b)record it and make it sound okay

i'll post a clip of what it sounds like with the TS9 in front of it.
Old 5th March 2012
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Here is another quick one I did In a lower tuning to see how the tone holds up.
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The Unfaithful Master Test.mp3 (2.68 MB, 103 views)

Old 7th March 2012
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Cog Noggin
 

What kind of processing do you put on your guitar tracks?
Old 7th March 2012
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Just a tiny bit of compression to keeps the peaks of the chugs and chords consistent, a hi pass filter at 60hz, a 3db boost at 2khz and 2db boost at 4khz. That's it. nothing else going on.
Old 8th March 2012
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Originally Posted by anemicrock View Post
Just a tiny bit of compression to keeps the peaks of the chugs and chords consistent, a hi pass filter at 60hz, a 3db boost at 2khz and 2db boost at 4khz. That's it. nothing else going on.
I give up, I've had the equipment to record a guitar track for at least 6 years now and have NEVER EVER been able to get a good recorded guitar sound...
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