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The signal from guitar goes into tube screamer, gnx4, splits to both amps. This became a problem switching back and forth between guitars. The main melody is repeated again but its cut short the second time around to start the outro solo.


I rebuilt the peavey and replaced all caps and resistors and tubes. Before any effects the dry guitar was hard to play. I think keeping it in my repitoire will help me get a better grasp on confidence to play it. Is it more difficult yimmons control when playing?

Let me know ahdy it’s clear, ok? Id like to adopt the ekectric hand technique of Leonardo Guzman, he uses his fingers like a pianist, I use my whole arm to strike The only speaker is from the traynor amp. Aug 19 Aug 13 I think that this would be the next step in your journey with this tune IMG: The gain should be obtained from the amp and booster – try that and let me know how it feels. My new setup does just that horray! What I notice is that at this point, you are simply going through it linking all the parts, but the next step would be to learn how to interpret it – see, Andy plays some parts harder, others softer and so on.

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The first example is clean no tube screamer, second with tube screamer. Almost every part has a different level dynamically and man that is going to be a challenge. Cosmin I have a question. I should record something as an example.

I have been thinking about using the amps for the sound and using the pedal board for effects but wasnt sure about the gain? The first method was watching these videos http: The technique is tapping 12 frets above the note your fretting.

Repertoire: Electric Gypsy by Andy Timmons

You can find more of me at https: Galway, Ireland Member No.: My new setup does not even come close to the gain even with the tube screamer maxed out with does not sound good. Even without head phones plugged in it would probably be OK as most modern amps have open circuit protection built into the design.

I’m not sure if it was a bad idea, seemed fine with cabinets. The original song is tuned down a half step but the backing track I’m playing over is in standard tuning.

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Is this setting with the stompbox in the effects loop still a cheesy sound like in my Andy timmons video or is it ok because the amp gets first whack at my guitar?

Thanks cosmin, you have been a huge help. Timmona there the signal goes into my fire wire unit via 2 xlr cables. The pre amp goes into a sonic maximizer then into the pedal board. Aug 14 timmonx, You are playing everything electrif the same dynamic level. Yeah it did seem tougher.


It is hard to remember because of how long it its and as the band enters Andy plays this beautiful lick that took me so long to figure out. The 4th one – I don’t think that tlmmons is ok – it sounds artificial and with too many highs. Thank you for your reply and help along my way Thanks to you Darius! Ok so keep in mind that I lost my cabinets because of space.

Also I dont even have to turn the amp to the on position to get it to process the pre amp. However, your amp has a solid state final and as long as you have head phones plugged in you are OK.

Id like to find a tone similar to his. So in my effects loop if I want that sound I have to add a big muff style stompbox.

I do have some decent condensor microphones but with timmone the traynor producing a little muddy tone it seemed best to record with balanced outs. Usually, the tube amp responds as your hand is playing – you must get acquainted to this idea and start controlling it.