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o ye, just ordered a sixer
Would it be okay to run a bass through my guitar amp? I usually keep the volume down already so it shouldn't do much damage right?
Low volumes will be fine, won't cause any damage.
The only component at risk are the speakers, so just don't push them too hard and you won't hurt them.
So I just bought this.
What do you think?
Not really sure if this is the right place, but does anyone know what exactly Guitar Rig Pro does?
Is it like a virtual amp and you plug your guitar into the computer or what?
Also amplitube is better
something like this
don't worry about it. I think they're EMG selects, so you should just be able to choose any EMG and get someone to wire it for you. as for the strings, it's so you can use your preferred strings. I've heard a lot about the double ball ends that you have to use with Steinbergers, and not much is any good.
nothing wrong with EMG selects
at least nothing more wrong than regular EMGs
So what is "wrong" with EGM's? I genuinely don't know.
No me gusta active pickups
Every newbie buying a guitar is looking for EMGs now a days. I always warn them.
Shit, I got a dollar.
Generally people find them to be sterile sounding, and a bit too compressed, but on the other hand people love them for that reason.
For example, Master of Puppets was recorded with EMGs, the sterility of them works really well for Metallica.
Say what you want about EMGs, the 60 is one glorious sounding pickup
What hardware do you need to use it? (Other than a guitar and a computer obviously), does it use your amp at all?
Geddy Lee is fast approaching with a noose made of a .105 roundwound string
You guys like this bass tone?
Oh shit now I see how soundcloud degrades sound quality, it makes the bass wobble instead nice clean even like it is in the original file (you can download it and hear for yourself)
Been playing bass for a whole 2 hours in my whole life so timing or playstyle ain't perfect. Guitar and Drums player and I got this bass about a week ago.
i went to an antique store yesterday to look at vintage radios. Im not really interested in old radios but i wanted to find a broken one with a cool enclosure so i could gut it and drop a guitar amp inside.
wound up shellin out fifty bucks for this:
a grundig majestic 4019 tube radio from 1959 (not my picture)
the thing is decent on the outside, but the inside looked like hell. apparently every motherfucker with a soldering iron was inside it.
anyway I parted it out and came up with three transformers, few dozen carbon comp resistors, and a handful of capacitors (including some aftermarket sprague orange drops (yesss)).
the eight tubes scattered throughout the chassis were almost exclusively radio tubes that i couldnt use in a guitar amp. however, the last one i pulled out is a telefunken ribbed-plate 12ax7. looked up some info and it looks like theyre a pretty sought-after tube. I'm gonna get that one tested and hope it works.
i'll probably post some actual pictures sometime but yeah this things pretty rad
I've gotten to the point where all I do when I pick up my guitar is go through a bunch of different songs by the same artists and keep trying to perfect riffs/solos, but I'm not really improvising anymore or even really following a practice template for going through scales/arpeggio shapes/etc. It's pretty much become almost boring to practice since I end up playing the same 20-25 songs over and over.
Any suggestions on how to get out of this rut? I've been playing for about 2 years and 4 months.
find a new style to play.
you're probably not an expert at high-life guitar so take up that.
Smoke a cuban and played guitar for maybe 3 hours.
in a rut, gonna do something weird
currently composing a piece in a full chromatic scale