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Thread: Recording sample: Zach Myers SE through a Bogner Uberschall

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    Recording sample: Zach Myers SE through a Bogner Uberschall

    Hey guys,

    When I originally got the ZM SE I wasn't a fan .. I had it setup properly, but wow does it ever sound big and rich now .. and STAYS IN TUNE!
    Do most semi hollows sound really big?

    Anyways I am going from a ZM SE > Bogner Uberschall > Bogner 4x12 (V30's) > SM57 > Apogee Duet

    I just quickly made up the riff, no bass guitar in this.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...red%20riff.mp3

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    That does sound good. what did you have to change in the set up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuncanCE22 View Post
    That does sound good. what did you have to change in the set up?
    Had it set up with 12-54 .. I didn't do the setup but I guess they did all the standard stuff.

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    Hell, that sounds big -even on my phone.

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    Oh yeah!
    I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken...

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    What tuning did you use on the riff?

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    NICE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew View Post
    What tuning did you use on the riff?
    The guitar was setup for E flat or drop C flat.
    For that riff the first 5 strings are tuned to E flat but the thickest string is tuned to G flat .. its a fun tuning.

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    That sounds really good and I think that clip was way to short. Keep it up

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