Uploaded clips featuring Engl Savage 120

 
by: john
Posted on Nov 5, 2010
Owner's Notes
Scary bad version of seek and destroy. It goes from bad to worse. Thought about getting the playing closer, but, thought this is best. A guitar with EMG pickup used for this.

Engl Savage channel 4 used. Gain 3: Lead Gain 4. Master 5 Channel vol 5
 
by: john
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Posted on Nov 2, 2010
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not sure what I was thinking here. Trying to show that crunch 2 can do a lot.
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Posted on Nov 2, 2010
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Here is the engl savage crunch 2 channel. The gain is set about on 2 and that distortion gain thing (lead gain) is off, although I am not sure if it is even active on this channel. Presence off.

Recorded at a very low volume.
 
by: john
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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I see so many people find backing tracks and add their own guitar parts. So, I thought I would try it. I never really play covers (unless not on purpose). This is the engl crunch 2 and the main riff is the engl channel 4 (with the volume waay down on my guitar) mixed with crunch 2. The playing is far from tight or good, but, this was fun. Also, this is just a small snippet of the song. I am not how that main riff is played...
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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No post processing at all on the guitars, no compression (although some compression in the creating of the mp3) or EQ. The same tone played once for each side and hard panned to the R and L.

THD hotplate used, master was on 7 and channel volume on 7

Other Settings: Gain:3 Lead gain:8.5 B:5 M:5 T:8 Hi Bal:5

Also, this is not me singing.
 
by: john
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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Pressense turned off on channel 4. Master and channel volume on 7 with THD hotplate.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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clean channel one futz...
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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ENGL Savage 120 with very light gain settings on the high channel. EQ 5 pres 6 g1=3 g2=3 g3=5 and master 6
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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Using a Marshall 410c combo for the cab. Drums are drums on demand.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Tried knocking a little bass off the guitars, Upping the bass guitar, and threw a C4 on the mix...
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