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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by squierTony, Nov 25, 2018.
Redo of the original thread just no contest involved..
Keep it going guys we want lots of TONE examples.
"We want a REAL 30 second clip of you playin your riffs, taken with a phone, or a simple camera with no after effects... Just like we were sittin around a room jamming..." as @SquierTap stated in original thread.
Yeah, I didn't even know the original thread got shut down... I appreciate you startin a new thread, @squierTony ... Yeah, I'm still excited to hear everybody's tones and riffs, that was the main reason for doin it... We don't need a "contest" anyway... Let's just inspire, share, and play!
I ain't smart nuff to do a video
Ok heres mine..
My Squier Tele HS special through my Vox ad60vt. Just a quick little blues riff and I can't tell of the sound quality beck did record it on my phone.
Guys if you think your playing isn't good enough dont think that. I wanna hear the different sounds and to be honest I could care less about how good or bad someone plays. Someone here might love the sound you've come up with and want to know how you got there.
The liner notes
CV Duo Sonic (neck pickup) straight into a Monoprice stage right 15 on the 1W setting.
Here is the run down of what I used. I am playing my recently finished NC Strat project through a Joyo British Sound and Analog Delay pedals right into my computer. Out of the computer into an old 80's component stereo amp and Infinity speakers. Bring on the videos! Shouldn't be too hard to beat this! LOL
I guess this was a flop......
Here's me using my first guitar - NK4 Bullet, and Stage Right 15. Cheers
I don’t know why. I was really looking forward to this. I still hope people put some videos together. Maybe with this being a holiday weekend people were just busy.
How do you guys loading video?.. I never even figured out how to load sound tracks.. I somehow recently got soundcloud (had to download it for some reason) but haven't figured how to use it yet..
That was awesome! Except the camera was on the wrong side of the room. We want to see you and your guitar and what your doing.
Videos are easy. Just go to YouTube and open an account. It’s free. Than take a video with your phone (it’s better if the phone is sideways), and upload it to YouTube. Then just post the YouTube video here.
I wouldn't mind posting a video here,, its the you tube I'm not interested in.. Are there other ways?..