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  • Stoner/Doom/Desert/whatever rock fans... Check out my band.

    I've been jamming with these guys for the last year. We sat on the tunes for a bit before unleashing them on an audience. The Bandcamp link here takes you to two tracks that we demoed in a weekend. Let me know your thoughts....

  • #2
    Bump for the morning crowd...


    • #3
      I dig it.

      Gear run down?
      good deals with: nearly everyone.
      Previous Moniker tiles: JoshuaTSP, Science! & GAS KING


      • #4
        Good stuff mang.
        Check out my band "Tock" Debut album coming out soon:


        • #5
          good sound. I like it.
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          Proudly uses: STOMP UNDER FOOT pedals.


          • #6
            **************** yeah!!!!!!!!!

            I love this ****************!
            "The farther I go the less I know."

            Gibson Les Paul Custom
            LTD SC-607B
            Fender 50s Road Worn Telecaster
            Yamaha SE112
            Fender Tony Franklin Precision Fretted
            Axe-FX Ultra


            • #7
              Cool stuff. What gear did you use for the recording?
              Ampeg VH-140C
              Redbear MK60
              Whitebox 2x12 (Tonkerlites)
              Whitebox 2x12 (Deltalites)



              • #8

                Quote Originally Posted by Cliff Fiscal
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                I dig it.

                Gear run down?

                The guitar in the right speaker is me. That's my '77 Les Paul Standard w/The Creamery "Dirty Shirt" humbuckers.

                My pedalboard consisted of:

                EH Micro POG

                Catalinbread Octapussy

                EQD Grand Orbiter phaser

                EQD Rainbow Machine

                MXR Stereo Chorus

                MXR Phase 90

                Korg Pitchblack tuner

                Digitech Stereo Jamman

                Boss RE-20

                TC Electronics Trinity reverb

                Line 6 Echo Park

                I used nothing but my Rockerverb 100 through my Mojo 4x12 cab. That cab is loaded with 2 Eminence P50E's and two Celestion Vintage 30L's. I was miked up with an SM 57, an MD421 and another that escapes me at the moment.

                The other guitar was primarily an early 90's Les Paul Custom, stock pickups. He used a Tele that he put together as well, but I have no idea what's in it. haha...

                His pedalboard consists of a Mojohand Colossus fuzz, Dwarfcraft The Internet OD, Whetstone phaser, Fender reverb, Wampler Faux Tape Echo.

                He mostly ran an Ampeg V4 through a Matamp 4x12 with Hot 100's, same mics as me.


                • #9
                  We recorded here:



                  • #10
                    Nice! Really dig the recording - very dimensional.
                    Karl Winkler
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                    Giovanni String Quartet

                    Their songs are on the whole very simple and mostly follow the familiar theme of boy-being meets girl-being under a silvery moon which then explodes for no adequately explored reason.
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                    • #11
                      Sounds good Dave! Good to hear some new stuff from you
                      -Matamp GT1
                      -'78 Les Paul Custom
                      -Avatar Contemporary 4x12 w/ G12K100's
                      -Warwick Thumb LTD
                      -Orange OBC 115
                      -Sunn Concert Lead head
                      -'66 Fender Bassman
                      -Behringer 4x10 (don't judge me, sounds really good)
                      - BAT Pharaoh Fuzz, George Lynch Tripler

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                      • #12
                        i like it, the recording sounds amazing, not easy to record such dense music.
                        Gear : peavey wolfgang special, gibson les paul studio alpine white, mexican floyd rose strat,jet city 100h,jet city 4x12 cab, engl 1x12 (vin 30), engl 1x12 cab (k 85) ,weeping demon wah, bad monkey, ibanez ts9, tc corona chorus, hardwire delay, boss volume, tc polytune mini, cort acoustic, various line 6 stuff...

                        "in your darkest hour you strike gold."


                        • #13

                          Quote Originally Posted by karlw
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                          Nice! Really dig the recording - very dimensional.

                          Thank you. We put a lot of thought into it and we've been working on tones as well as tunes.

                          Quote Originally Posted by Soundstorm
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                          Sounds good Dave! Good to hear some new stuff from you

                          Thanks! It's good to have the guitar back on and the amp cranked up.

                          Quote Originally Posted by koen77
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                          i like it, the recording sounds amazing, not easy to record such dense music.

                          It's not easy to maintain a balance. We've been lucky that we're all happy to tweak things so that everything sounds good together.


                          • #14
                            At work so just listened to the first track, I like it a lot. Nice work man!
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                            Can't you just let Jesus melt your face?

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                            life's too short not to eat bee's

                            Good Transactions

                            Peavey Bravo 112, Acoustic Control Corp 150 (x2), Peavey VTM120, Mesa Metal Grille Halfback 2x12, Tubeworks vert 2x12, Peavey 1810
                            Godin SD24, Squier Standard Strat, Ibanez "Millenium" Destroyer, Agile 3100, Squier Classic Vibe Tele, Peavey Reactor

                            Fix Congress First


                            • #15
                              the cookie monster/ crabcore vocal parts caught me off guard and made me laugh but i liked most of it.