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Demo of my new rig, Warmoth Tele and Boogie Mark V

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  • Demo of my new rig, Warmoth Tele and Boogie Mark V

    This was done in Garage Band and iMovie. Nothing was added; it's just the amp and the guitar. Check out the great sounding reverb which is adjustable for each channel! The pickups are Lollar Vintage T's. The tele has an ash body, Brazilian Rosewood board, and CTS pots with a Jensen paper in oil cap.

     


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    I had this video set on private for awhile. Sorry. It's fixed.

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      very nice! what mic/interface did you use?
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      • docjeffrey
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        Thanks, Jamdog. I used an AKG Perception 420 large diaphragm condenser mic and a Tascam iU2 interface into Garage Band for the iPad. No post processing at all. The mic was placed about 2' from the angled upper speaker off axis about 30 degrees.



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