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.
I love this song and it's such a pleasure to jam along...
I also think it's a nice way to demonstrate the sound of my Mesa Boogie Stiletto Deuce I and my 1995 Standard Fender Stratocaster USA.
The Stiletto was set at channel 2, Tite Gain mode, but it also sounds very nicely on the first channel, crunch mode.
I left some riffs and licks to be played by Mr. Vandenberg. ;)
My third album is already in the works, while the second album isn't even finished yet.
That's because these songs are finished earlier, but add a new chapter. Work in progress ...
Do you know that feeling after a hard day's work and when you get in the car or train on your way home and feel like an uncomplicated piece of rock music?
This song was inspired by that thought, so ignore your smartphone warning and turn the volume up to 11. Rock on! \m/
Drums - Erik Schenkel
Keyboard - Axel Zwinselman
Guitars/Bass Guitar - Henri Huisjes
Special thanks: BokRock Studio Deventer (NL)
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The only song on my album Landsphere that didn't have acoustic drums was "Tales", but recently I mixed the drum part that Eddy Hendricks recorded a few years ago, and I also recorded a new bass part.
I think this song has come alive even more now.
You can listen for free on Bandcamp, but also download it for just $1.