Brutal guitar tone mixtest (Dæmoness 7, BKP Rebel Yell, Axe-FX, S2.0)

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    Join Date: Dec 2009
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    Brutal guitar tone mixtest (Dæmoness 7, BKP Rebel Yell, Axe-FX, S2.0)

    Hey dudes,

    Here's a new guitar tone I've been messing with today:

    I used my custom Dæmoness 7-string, with its Bare Knuckle Rebel Yell in the bridge. The amp tones are provided by my Axe-FX Ultra.
    For drums I'm running Superior 2.0, with the Metal Foundry kit providing the majority of the sound. The snare is from the regular Avatar kit.

    Hope you enjoy!

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    Join Date: May 2010
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    With a name like Sooper-brootz, how can it be bad?

    Even through my laptop speakers this sounds very fucking professional dude. If you don't mind, what does your Axe-Fx patch look like?
    Making metal every night and day.

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    Join Date: Jan 2010
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    ME: EBMM JP7
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    Aaaaah my ears, just have to and deem it true!

    Don't worry about people talking behind your back, it just means you're one step ahead and they're in perfect position to kiss your ass!

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    Tone sounds good. share the patch son!

    I'm getting sick of the whole ironic use of the word brutal.


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    Hah thanks guys

    The patch is kinda simple really - TS9 mod block driving both a "Das Metall" and "New Recto", which both run through the same cab - the stock Metal 4x12. There's a graphic EQ in between the amps and cab, and I've done some post-EQing in the DAW too to help sit it in mix.

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    Join Date: Dec 2008
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    awesome really digging the mix

    i haven't messed with using two amps in parallel with the axefx yet, but this certainly make it sound promising
    Last edited by loktide; 09-16-2010 at 05:20 PM.

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    Join Date: Dec 2009
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    Freaking awesome tone Nolly. Does I need an Axe Fx? This tells me I might...

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    Thanks dudes!

    loktide: It's funny, when I first got my axe-fx I used dual amps for almost all of my tones. After a while I realised that alot of the tones I was getting could easily be achieved with just one amp with twin cabs or just one cab and more tweaking.
    This is the first dual amp patch I've done in a while, but this time I knew what characteristics I wanted from each amp etc so the process was far smoother.

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