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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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The FOH stuff at 4m30s is pretty interesting, nice compact digital rig.

Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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A deep dive into Kurt Cobain's Nevermind toan....

Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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jeremyb wrote: Tue Jun 27, 2023 9:02 am
Watched that yesterday, very interesting to see Dave make the switch, he's been very conservative with his rig for years, hardly changing it etc. and allegedly using a GT100 or GR1000 for a solo fly rig according to Nita Strauss I believe.

I'm assuming when you get to the size of gigs being played by Maiden that there are so many considerations around clean power, complex FOH signal paths etc. that there's probably zero reason not to go with a quality digital solution if it's reliable and you like the tones. I imagine Adrian may follow suit one day, but he's very picky about his tone.

I also suspect they'll use a huge selection of vintage tube amps in the studio though.

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jeremyb wrote: Thu May 11, 2023 8:04 am
Finally got around to watching this, was surprised to find they're still on the Axe FX II, but sounds like it would be involved changing over at some stage.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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jeremyb wrote: Sat Sep 30, 2023 10:37 am
Great stuff.

What amazed me was the sheer background noise from all those amps when nothing was happening!

Must have been deafening when he let rip in what is effectively a container by the look of it!

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sty wrote: Sat Sep 30, 2023 2:06 pm Must have been deafening when he let rip in what is effectively a container by the look of it!
And you'd be trapped with the smell too!
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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Pat Metheny’s tech is André Cholmondeley, who has also worked with Steve Howe, Greg Lake, Keith Emerson, David Torn, John Wetton, Derek Trucks and Eddie Jobson.

Purists will be relieved to hear his surname pronounced correctly — unlike the rundown with Sunn 0))), in which the presenter made the basic mistake.


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