(Found From Polyphone)
Guitar is an Ibanez RG350EX with a Seymour Duncan bridge pickup instead of the original one.
Strings are Ibanez super light gauge nickel wound (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042).
All strings are tuned one half tone down (e.g. e strings on d#).
A capo was used to hold down the strings on the respective frets.
All non-picked strings and the springs of the tremolo were dampened with some tissue, making the recordings as dry as possible.
The guitar was re...
Sep 08, 2015
(and last updated on Oct 15, 2015)
This is a more muffled bass, suited for blending in or behind distorted guitars but useful for any situation when a bass sound without so much clarity is needed. It is also a much smaller file than the rest. Originally I made this just for my own personal use but decided it might be useful to others as it fits some pieces where the washburn bass doesn't.
An acoustic guitar suited to bluesy rhythms. Has quite alot of fret rattle with the high velocities but also a certain amount of mid to high frequencies which helps to give it its own place in a mix. You also have a choice of how much reverb you use just by using the mod wheel 2 (cc13) on certain presets. The reverb is a genuine old Fender Reverb unit. Which is a valve driven spring reverb. Not only is it a nice classic reverb but just putting the samples through it warms ...