Some of you may know I recorded the clips for the Bare Knuckle website, and I tracked dry DI signals alongside many of the clips in case there was any need for reamping. Since many people ask about the varying characteristics of Bare Knuckles I realised, prompted by a thread on sevenstring, that those capable of reamping could try doing so with the DIs to see how they sound with their own tones. The easiest examples to use are the rhythm tracks from the "modern metal" clips, but if this proves popular I can bounce out some of the others too.
So, without further ado:
The DIs were captured through an Audient MiCO preamp/DI; I should stress that the recording process for these clips was fairly manic (we did 200+ clips in 4 days), so apologies for any sloppy playing/editing/clipping you might encounter, though I don't think there is anything bad enough to hamper the comparison experience. They are all .wavs exported at 44.1/24
The guitar is a 80s Gibson Les Paul Custom, which is I guess what one might describe as medium-bright for an LP. There are two exceptions to this - the Aftermath is in my Blackmachine B2, and the Sinner is in a Fender Custom Shop Relic '62 Strat. Note there are a couple of lower output models in there too: the Riff Raff and Black Dog.
It would be really cool if somehow the oscillations of the strings themselves could be captured, so you could run the exact same performance through different pickups!