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/
In this lesson we teach a bunch of killer sounding open chords for acoustic or electric that really open up the sound of the guitar by using open strings. This is part of a 17 minute lesson available on our instructional website. Many more lessons at www.nextlevelguitar.com
I’m Yours – Jason Mraz (Lyrics for both first and second person) These chords are relative to the capo, which is on the 4th fret. (Standard tuning EADGBE) G—320003 D—000232 Em-022000 C—032010 A—-002220 The whole song uses each chord for FOUR MEASURES each except for the little instrumental bridge where the chords are for two measures each [other than C which is four measures].
Toneslinger.com presents this video tutorial on how to practice and learn new guitar chords. In this session, Cliff Merrill demonstrates a practicing concept called “Center of The Universe” that will be a great practice tool for anyone learning to play a new guitar chord
Know On the Go! – To Download this and other useful ViewDos to your portable viewer for free visit www.viewdo.com Learn how to play the basic beginner guitar chords. This handy viewdo shows you the way a chord should be formed and how it should sound, perfect for those who are just starting out.