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"Still of the Night" Guitar Cover...Preset added!

Moke

Axe-Master
Vendor
Great job man. Loved the clean tone too. What kind of guitar/pickup were you using?
As usual....my Ernie Ball - Music Man 'Axis' with the stock DiMarzio pickups. On the clean tone I used both the bridge and neck pickups.
 

barhrecords

Axe-Master
Nailed it.

I've listened to the stems for this track. The guitars are darker than they seem in the mix. But so full sounding in the stems.
 

pitmonkey

Inspired
Great stuff! John Sykes' tone on that album is one of my all-time favourites and you've got it dead on. Awesome playing too. Looking forward to seeing how you did the patch.
 

Moke

Axe-Master
Vendor
Nailed it. Well done, sir. 4:20 to 4:38 = :D
Thanks Savage1969, That's one typically strange (and terrifying) 'Sykes' solo and tone...It's a fine example of a........ too much gain, tone knob rolled back, neck pickup, Les Paul, blind fury, who cares about time signatures, just go as fast as you can 'John Yikes'! solo............:eek:
 
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Moke

Axe-Master
Vendor
Hell ...that sounds great...:D btw I just put those Doug Aldrich pu's in my Les Paul...wow
Thanks Tony. I listen to all of your clips. I only have two main guitars, both 'Axis' guitars. You're making me think seriously about swapping pickups in one of them.
 

Black Bitch

Fractal Fanatic
Thanks Moke. I have them now one week and they sound increbible good - I didn't think it would make such difference......
 

Black Bitch

Fractal Fanatic
Thanks Savage1969, That's one typically strange (and terrifying) 'Sykes' solo and tone...It's a fine example of a too much gain, tone knob rolled back, neck pickup, Les Paul, blind fury, who cares about time signatures, just go as fast as you can 'John Yikes'! solo........
Very well mastered Moke. :D
 

guitarzen

Inspired
Awesome Moke! This one was a tall order and you did a f**king great job man! I'm super stoked to try out the preset.
 
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