halljack wrote:Phil - Before someone else mentions this-- do you have permission to post this cover.
I got in trouble here big time a couple of years ago for posting a Beatle cover, and since then
have Licensed covers with LimeWire.
[Jonathan5456 wrote: assume you mean LimeLight and they clear covers to be distributed
Jonathan5456 wrote:Legally it's the venue that has to pay royalties for the bands covering songs, not the actual bands.
Hell yeah!ferencz wrote:excellent rendition!
Sherz wrote:Hell yeah!ferencz wrote:excellent rendition!
The lead guitar bites a bit... I'd soften it a bit, but otherwise its a brilliant replica. Well done!
halljack wrote:Interesting trivia about Recording the lead guitar part on "REELIN IN THE YEARS" 1972.
Elliott Randall, session guitarist on this song used an Ampeg SVT Bass amp
turned up to 11 with a 63 Stratocaster that had a Humbucking pickup
in the neck position. It was mic'ed with an AKG-414
Theres a picture of it in this link
http://elliott-randall.com/2012/06/guit ... june-2012/
I always thought it was some Distortion pedal.
Phil P wrote:Great article Jack. Thanks for sharing.
halljack wrote:Phil P wrote:Great article Jack. Thanks for sharing.
You bet Phil: Interesting what one hears sometimes turns out
to be totally the opposite. Wonder if Elliott Randall may have started a craze now
with Guitar players using Ampeg SVT Bass amps turned up to 11 and Fender Strats with
a Humbucking pickup in the neck position.
PS: Phil what did you use to record your Lead Guitar Parts -
Guitar - Amp-- Mic or Amp simulator - Cubase 7 Effects etc.
Phil P wrote:The guitars: Variax in Telecaster mode. Using my own presets in Guitar Rig 5. The rhythm parts are less distorted than the solo guitars (not particularly happy with the solo sound) but all basically the same patch really with a bit of extra treatment plugin-wise.
Phil P wrote:Good talk Jack. Do you have any of your stuff around to listen to?
Phil P wrote:I have to admit I have always been mystified by the sound on the Can't Buy a Thrill album. And many of the follow up albums too.
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