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Ibanez RG2550 E
Boss NS-2 gate
Boss DS-1 ULTRA mod
Boss MT-2 Keeley MOD on back guitars

Shure SM57 on Studio Project Tube Preamp

Legacy AMP

Sound card

Stagg bass guitar

some free samples
 

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Not a huge fan of the lead tone (very Vai-esq, and I don't care for his modern sound), but the rhythm sounds are great. :)
 

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Chris From Singapore. said:
Man now that is some mad good playing!

Very nice tone! Nice and fat but full of dynamics and edge!

I love it!
its the carvin dude:)

Not me ...the amp is guilty of that....
 

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Drew said:
Not a huge fan of the lead tone (very Vai-esq, and I don't care for his modern sound), but the rhythm sounds are great. :)
Yes I love the rhythm to it is MT-2 Keeley mod:) direct to mxier...:)
 

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Direct to mixer? Aren't you using some sort of weird speaker sim deal, too, though? something you're always raving about, anyway...
 

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"Direct to mixer? Aren't you using some sort of weird speaker sim deal, too, though? something you're always raving about, anyway..."

yep direct witout any speaker sims...:)
 

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Drew said:
Not a huge fan of the lead tone (very Vai-esq, and I don't care for his modern sound), but the rhythm sounds are great. :)
I thought his tone up to Fire Garden when he used the Marshalls Fenders and Mesas was his best too. Much more "alive" sounding where it is kind of thin sounding now.
 

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Man that tone is so sweet! I love your use of little subtle nuances, like the slides, hammer-ons and pulloffs. As well as all those little bends! They make a world of difference, most folks tend to forget that, especially new players and focus on dedicating their lives to playing a gazillion notes a second.

I love the tapping part where it transitions into the exotic feel and then the pentatonic based rock licks!

KILLER PLAYING MY FRIEND!

Gotta teach me some of that someday! (please? :))

Christopher.
 

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Chris From Singapore. said:
Man that tone is so sweet! I love your use of little subtle nuances, like the slides, hammer-ons and pulloffs. As well as all those little bends! They make a world of difference, most folks tend to forget that, especially new players and focus on dedicating their lives to playing a gazillion notes a second.

I love the tapping part where it transitions into the exotic feel and then the pentatonic based rock licks!

KILLER PLAYING MY FRIEND!

Gotta teach me some of that someday! (please? :))

Christopher.
Hi Chris! Thanks for this kind words man! :)
Yes shure I'll do that pls tell me when ;)!

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