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July 30, 2012
So I have never been happy with the way my guitar sounds recorded.
Here is a clip of me playing.
I know some may say turn the distortion down, but on any setting I just don't like what I am hearing.
February 28, 2011
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June 20, 2009
The other thing to consider is, how will the guitar track sound overall in the mix? Once you get drums and bass going, all of a sudden you may change your mind about how you perceive the guitar is sounding relative to the overall mix.
I've had it happen all the time where I have an idea in my head as to how the main riff should sound, but by the time i get to a final mix, I have changed EQ, amp, pedals, or even the guitar I use.
September 17, 2011
It's just guitar, meaning it can sound however the hell you want it to, personally I like the sound, and think the fuzz adds character.
HOWEVER, when you toss in another guitar track, bass, drums, vocals, etc, you do have to dial things back, just to make enough room for everything to fit.
Also gain stacks, so if you record the guitar track twice and pan them left and right, the sound gets even better.
good job though, keep it coming!
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