Five new songs have been added to album "III".
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I guess tone chasing never stops, because this song is inspired by the JCM800 Sim I recently demonstrated in my second Music & Guitar Video.
Originally I used this sim for both rhythm and solo parts, but for the solo parts I eventually switched to my Mesa Boogie Stiletto (Tite Gain setting, right side) and a 5150 sim by Nick Crow (left side).
Download the 5150 sim here:
Once again many thanks to Erik Schenkel and BokRock Studio, Deventer (NL) for providing drums. \m/
This song also originated on the acoustic guitar, but owes its title to the plugin that I used for both the rhythm guitar and the solo.
Lextac is a free preamp plugin from Le Pou / Poulin, based on the Bogner Ecstacy, one of my favorite amps.
Download it here:
A lot of my songs are created on the acoustic guitar, while I'm just playing a bit, including this one.
I also used the JCM800 sim for the solos, which I demonstrated in my second Music & Guitar Video.
Here is my second music and guitar video demonstrating the JCM800 plugin and a few other plugins that I recently discovered.
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The idea for this song dates from two years ago, recorded with the smartphone, and recently I came across it again.
The last few weeks I have developed this idea and Erik Schenkel has played a nice drum part on it.
I would love to be able to make a lot more music with this great drummer and nice person.
For the guitar nerds:
I used my Martin D18 2005 and my standard Fender Stratocaster 1995 and for amplification a JCM800 sim (left) and my Mesa Boogie Stiletto (right).
I am, among others, in the process of writing and recording a new vlog, in which I intend to discuss this sim and maybe a few others.
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This video was shot during a rehearsal session last year in the steaming hot summer.
I miss playing in a band a lot, hope to be playing soon again!
My first Music and Guitar Vlog ever, hope you like it...
For this tune I used the ICE Delay of my Strymon Timeline directly into my Mesa Boogie Stiletto (left channel) and my modified Marshall JMP50 (right channel). For the solo part I also used the Timeline, but then set at Digital. I also used both amps and a DI signal on which I used the free Lextac plugin by LePou: https://vst4free.com/plugin/962/
I think it's a wonderful sounding amp sim and it's free! :D
Sometimes I like to play some jazzy tunes and my Mesa Boogie Stiletto and Stratocaster give me the right vibes.