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    CE 24 in action + AxeFX tone test- a cover/collab I arranged and recorded



    Hi all,

    Here's a cover/quasi-collaboration I did where I got to try using my Axe-FX directly for both the guitar and bass tones.
    Original words and music was by one of my friends from college named Savion (https://www.facebook.com/SavionJWright)
    I merely tried to put my spin on it through re-arranging the instruments and- to a lesser capacity- the vocals during the recording process.
    In this case, I tried to go for a more groove heavy feel on a tune that had some grooves from the get-go, also had to resort to slapping the bass a bit more just because.

    Hope you enjoy, this was fun to make even with tracking vocals while being sick. lol

    -John
    https://www.facebook.com/johnucolmusic



    stuff used/misc. notes for this recording:
    PRS CE-24, HFS & Vintage Bass
    Ibanez SRX bass
    Fractal Audio Axe-FX. I should note that tones are pretty much what I had dialed in, with little post processing
    D'Addario EXL strings
    Ernie Ball bass strings
    Tuning: BF#BEG#C#

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    Junior Member Victek's Avatar
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    Nice - I think the lead guitar tone sounds really good. The Fractal Audio Axe-FX is a great system. By the way, who's the guy sitting next to you on the left?
    So many guitars So little money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victek View Post
    Nice - I think the lead guitar tone sounds really good. The Fractal Audio Axe-FX is a great system. By the way, who's the guy sitting next to you on the left?
    Thanks Victek, definitely having some fun with this unit and it's only been a few days! lol
    Also, the guy on my right in that picture (your left) is one of my friends from undergrad named Savion. He's the guy who originally wrote the words and music to the song with his band "Savion Wright and the Standard." I just felt like trying to play around with and re-arrange his song my way for fun, and his orig. version is here:

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