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Thanks Paul

I have been using impulse responses from guitar cabinets in my convolution reverb - I am really enjoying what they bring to the tone.

And the guitar was my G&L ASAT Classic - which is a fantastic guitar for these sorts of things.

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aye Scotty............ those impulse response tones are workin well for you :smilinguitar: good sounds :thumbup1:

is that G&l a tele style....... i thought i heard a telecaster....then thought it must just be your strat

Carol.....give it a bash....not sure of best scale, Bm pentatonic :dunno: .....Scotty can maybe help out on that

good thing with this backin is you don't need to play too much....which is a good thing.... less is more :smilinguitar:

Paul.......

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Carol.....give it a bash.......you don't need to play too much....which is a good thing.... less is more :smilinguitar:

Paul.......

I see you've heard some of my previous efforts, Paul - I do try not to be cruel, but sadly, some things are unavoidable.

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impulse responses from guitar cabinets in my convolution reverb - I am really enjoying what they bring

You're a dark horse, Scotty - I never knew you had a convolution reverb! But don't over-do it, it might be dangerous.

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oh Carol :nono: ........just like the media....editing peoples words for shock value.....lol

there was a space between these two lines, to seperate a direct comment from a general one.....

and what i mean about this BT is that you don't have to keep it rolling along while playing to it, you can drop in and out and leave lots of space without it sounding empty......makes improvising a lot easier.....

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Don't worry Paul, I knew what you meant - those are the only sort of bt's I'd even consider - I'm a big fan of 'less is more', even when others are doing the solos. I can't relate to those speed merchants who play a zillion notes a second just because they can. And a break can be as effective as a riff.

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Don't worry Paul, I knew what you meant - those are the only sort of bt's I'd even consider - I'm a big fan of 'less is more', even when others are doing the solos. I can't relate to those speed merchants who play a zillion notes a second just because they can. And a break can be as effective as a riff.

too true it's what you don't play that counts......i appreciate good technique.....but yeah all that speed for speed sake even when it's painful to listen to......megadeth do the heavy and fast stuff well tho

i appreciate this guy with almost the same name as me...lol

http://www.myspace.com/video/vid/741189237

best vid of this performance i could find, audio here had some noise for me.....turned down a bit it's ok tho

Paul.........

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