No probs. Always here to help if I can. Cheers and thanks for your kind words.Yes I should say I'm blessed from down under ...I admire Burg's demos and his style, videos are awesome to hear back from the man himself is wonderful
That's what I thought! Serendipity. Certainly presented a challenge, though, and I still think I'm only about 80% there. Rock out!Wow, that doesn't happen every day.
Someone is looking to recreate tone from a vid....and the creator is on the forum and able to help recreate in the Axe.
No probs. One thing I noticed is that I left a '57 mic on the cab in the uploaded patch. It's too nasally. I'd lose that and try one of the condensers - or nothing at all - and shift the mids down a little. Also, there's some sag evident in the Greenhouse video - that 'vocal squash' or whatever it is you referred to. That should be addressed to. The axe can do it all; it's just a matter of fine tuning. Rock out.Thanks Burgs! I'm a fan and watch your videos often. Didn't expect you'd pitch in with so much detail!!
Will try out this patch, it certainly sounds close. Thank you!!
He calls the unbuffed ones, "Ghost" edges. They do have a different sound. Also the curved v. sharp edges make a big difference.In addition to Burg's super cool reply, you can also try experimenting with the pick material. Both Vinny at V-Picks, and Chris at Gravity picks sent me a bunch of picks to try out, some with a buffed edge and some with a unbuffed (not sure if unbuffed is actually a word) edge. The unbuffed edge added an interesting quality of sound to the pick attack.
Picks or it didn't happen! (sorry, couldn't resist).Tne pick thing has been picked apart several times on this forum over the years. I use Blue Chips and Gravity Gold picks. The acrylic picks have too much "chirp" in the higher registers for my taste. I just mentioned the pick edge as the OP was looking for a particular sound.