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    that sounds incredible! great playing too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    I know right? So unexpected. It's almost a shame it's an 8 string as it's not something I'll use all the time.
    FTFY

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottdh View Post
    that sounds incredible! great playing too!
    Thanks man

    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    FTFY
    I don't want the novelty to wear off. Also it's not as "muscular" sounding as the Spector, which just sounds so goddam angry. This is a bit smoother and less aggressive, so I see it working well for "parts" of songs, clean breakdowns etc, rather than all the time.

    That and the fact that it's really difficult to play The more riffy/notey stuff is just too hard to nail (at least for now... maybe with some practice). You don't think it'll be that difficult (especially considering I'm an ok guitar player and i play a LOT of bass when at home, possibly more than guitar) but having to fret both strings whilst trying not to fret (and pick) the next string by accident is really tricky.
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    Bring on the King's X covers!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev Drucifer View Post
    Bring on the King's X covers!!!!
    Man I'd kill for a 12 string like Dug had (3 octaves per note!) But they're incredibly hard to find these days. I think Dean make one? As did Hamer, and I wanna say Warwick, but I can't be sure. He used a Yamaha one for a while too but I'm pretty sure it was custom made just for him rather than a production model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    Man I'd kill for a 12 string like Dug had (3 octaves per note!)
    His, like most, were strung with a bass string and two unison guitar strings. You need the two unison guitar strings to match the volume of the bass string.

    Then there was the whole split the signal with a crossover and send the higher frequencies to a Triple Rec thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    His, like most, were strung with a bass string and two unison guitar strings. You need the two unison guitar strings to match the volume of the bass string.

    Then there was the whole split the signal with a crossover and send the higher frequencies to a Triple Rec thing.
    That makes more sense actually, I did wonder if it was 3 octaves or just 2 with two in unison.

    AFAIK it wasn't always a Rectifier. It was essentially whatever guitar rig Ty was playing through, Dug would duplicate it to blend in. It's what I do with my bass tone too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    AFAIK it wasn't always a Rectifier. It was essentially whatever guitar rig Ty was playing through, Dug would duplicate it to blend in. It's what I do with my bass tone too.
    Yeah, but the Recto was the only one that mattered.

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