The results of an improvised mess-about tweaking all our in-house Eventide Stompboxes, sometimes all at once. The chain is Suhr Guitar into Eventide ModFactor fed into TimeFactor, then into Pitchfactor, then into a Jet City 50 Watt 2 x 12 Combo amp. Guitar is provided by Source’s resident shredder Ian Iredale, knob twiddling by Alex. You can hopefully get an idea for the sheer range of ideas, sounds and general all round genius these particular pedals provide.
Eventide stompboxes are as much studio effects as they are guitar effects (all are stereo, with selectable Line/Guitar input/output volumes), all sound completely fabulous and are easy to use, but still super super deep.
Mic setup is Shure SM57 on the cone going into a UA 610, RØDE NTG1000 on the rear of the cab, RØDE NTG2 to pick up our voices, all fed into a PreSonus FireStudio Mobile for conversion.
For more info on the Eventide Stompbox range (note the new Space reverb we didn’t have in time for this session!): http://www.eventide.com/AudioDivision/Products/StompBoxes.aspx
To find a dealer in the UK: http://www.sourcedistribution.co.uk/
www.premierguitar.com PG’s Joe Coffey is On Location at the 2010 LA Amp Show where we get to check out BC Audio. In this segment, we get to check out BC Audio’s newest amplifier–Amplifier No. 8. The No. 8, is a class A, single-channel, 25-watter loaded with a 5AR4 rectifier, two 5881 power tubes and two 6SL7 octal preamp tubes. The head is available in a vintage green ammo can or a standard cab box in black and red. For more LA Amp Show 2010 videos, or to view Premier Guitar’s COMPLETELY FREE digital edition magazine, be sure to visit www.premierguitar.com
CLICK TO WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY – www.youtube.com A Cover i made for shortest straw Recorded in cubase Guitar: Ibanez S540 custom Direct to my RME Sound Card Thru Native Instruments – Guitar Rig 3 Drums : With XLN – Addictive drums which is amazingly good. sounds completely live. Bass : vb1 If Anyone is interested this is the cover in full quality rapidshare.com trust me it sounds much better hehe:) Enjoy:)
This is the Meat Head Dark version, which is different from the standard version you get if you order from Vintage and Rare….different how? Well… http://stompboxes.co.uk/forum is where ya learn all about em… http://www.vintageandrareguitars.com is where ya buy em! I really loved this little box of hair…