I seem to remembar a long long time ago, someone was raving about a product that conceals scratches and pick-swirls on a gloss body to some extent. Search is not turning up anything so I wonder it anyone can remember/recommend?
I was trying out some new Kemper profiles and I found one I really liked and instantly noticed how much "string scratch noise" it exceggerated compared to other profiles I've used previously. You know, when taking different chords and your fingers move across strings. During fast riffs its hard...
Today I have received my new ibanez prestige.
But there is a little scratch right next to the jack input.
I think it happened when the dealer tested the guitar before it was send out.
So should I deliver it back?
so I haven't been playing live for years, due to my schedule/uni/exams. The hardest part will be over in September so I am planing to buy stuff to play live again. I sold EVERYTHING. Had a Laney VH100R, an Axe Fx Std, cabs. So I am pretty familiar with both, analog and digital.
World Of Mysteries: Guy built a Lamborghini in his basement
Unbelievable! Guy did an awesome job built the frame and all body panels...he even made his wheels on a cnc
Cutting the basement wall to get the car out
I was going through and deleting stuff to free up file space earlier today and stumbled across this - bits and pieces of this made it into my final solo, but this is a VERY early idea of the direction I wanted to go in. Since I haven't had time to record anything for YouTube in a while I figured...
I don't know if anyone else does this, but..
When I setup to record, I have the song, and the tempo, so the first thing I do is lay down a basic 4/4 pattern behind it for the duration of the song. It helps me keep tempo, and decide if I need to play it faster/slower to get the feel I'm looking...