I recently borrowed a Walden G3000 and I thought I’d be nice to lay something down with it so here it is. I enjoyed recording it, hope others will like it too.
As I had been having issues with my Gordon Smith Galaxy’s original wiring, I thought I may as well take this opportunity to change its original pickups (the neck pickup was also far too dark!) and try out the infamous “Jimmy Page wiring”.
Basically, this means all knobs are push-pull which gives me coil-split, series/parallel, reverse-phase and any combination of these options. Pretty cool, eh?
I might even be tempted to add a few sound clips to this post in the future!
Here is a very chilled out improvisation on a quiet and cold Sunday Eve at home. Grab a glass of wine and sit back for a few minutes.
PS: In case you’re interested, I combined all three outputs on my Godin Multiac Jazz (magnetic, acoustic and synth) at the same time.
Another kids project backing track for the wife. Featuring the delicious VOX V846-HW wah.
Here is a quick test with a BOSS ST-2 that I bought for one of my nephews. Works alright.
Here is a quick loop recorded with the KORG Wavedrum mini. This little thing is just too much fun to put down!
Here is a little bank holiday jam I recorded with my mate Stevie. 😀
After about a year with no access to MySQL (don’t ask!), I’ve finally sorted that out and got the blog up and running again. Hopefully this means there might be something interesting here for a change! 🙂
After messing with bass sounds in samplers/romplers for a few years, I’ve wanted to buy a real bass for ages. Last week, even with the new arrival of our son, I had the opportunity to grab this fairly old Kay electric bass.
Here is a little thing I put together for a kids project my wife was working on. The requirement was that it’d be fun and easy to sing along. Hopefully I managed that?!