driving through the night

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driving through the night

Post by ratfinkdan » Sun May 08, 2016 4:36 pm

Don't know where the title came from, just what I was thinking while listening to it. Playing over a blues bass and drum loop that I had, hope you like it!! http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13374103

I have been using a digitech rp360 amp modeler guitar processor to record with for a while now, really liking the tones. Its not a very expensive unit but it does seem to sound pretty good and is pretty easy to use. I mostly just turn all the effects off and start with an amp model and add some reverb maybe a little delay and call it good. Anyway hope you like the tune, it's nothing fancy just me being bored last night, sitting around playing guitar! dan

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Re: driving through the night

Post by VikingBlues » Mon May 09, 2016 6:55 am

Nicely played Dan. I do like it! :clap:

You've got a good sound from the RP360. :thumbsup: If you can find one of these type of units that allows you to get a good lightly overdriven amp tone you're doing well already. So many of these devices seem to be geared up for heavy overdrive and zillions of effects. Result being I'm still using an old Vox Tonelab LE that is such old technology it doesn't even have a computer connection / interface.
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Re: driving through the night

Post by 12bar » Mon May 09, 2016 7:15 am

Sounds like a lot of fun! I had the digitech on my list, but after trying the Zoom and reading zillions of reviews I finally got the Tonelab LE. However, like VB said, I should have tried the RP, too. Sounds great! :clap:

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Re: driving through the night

Post by Blindboy » Tue May 10, 2016 7:10 am

Sounds great! :thumbsup:
Always nice when you can get a decent sound from an interface device. I used the same approach with my Line6 widget, and it seemed to work.
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