Teste gerade drei handgemachte Bässe

24. Mai 2012

Bin heute in Motown-Stimmung:

Kataja-teaser


Semis with P-90s and humbuckers – a comparison

9. Dezember 2009

I thought you guys and girls might be interested in a real-world, no-nonsense sound comparison between the P-90 pickup and the humbucker using gear a mere mortal can afford.

I’m using my Japanese Kasuga 335-copy from the late 70s/early 80s, which has very nice moderate level humbuckers, and my Korean Epiphone Casino (c. 2002) which Sebastian equipped with Göldo P-90s.

The guitars were recorded using a Roland Micro-Cube straight via the Digidesign M-Box 2 into Garageband.

All clips have the Casino going first panned slightly left and the Kasuga second placed slightly to the right.

Here are the neck pickups: Front Master

Next up both guitars with the selector switch in the middle position: Both Master

This is what the bridge pickups sound like: Bridge Master

And finally the rhythm guitars in the middle position with bluesy solos on top; first the Casino, then the Kasuga, both with their bridge pickups engaged: Both plus Solo Master

By the way (thanks Hannu):

Have you seen this video featuring two rather talented young guitarists, who play very similar looking guitars?


Die Epiphone G-400 gegen die beste Gitarre in meinem Stall…

2. März 2009

…nämlich meine exquisite Hamer USA Studio Custom!

martins-hamer

Mal Butter bei de Fische! Wie klingt die chinesische Massen-Epiphone im Vergleich zur US-Sahneschnitte?

Also ran ans Pro Tools und ab die Musik.

Gar nicht schlecht die Billiggitarre – finde ich jedenfalls!

Hört selbst:

clean-sg-front clean-hamer-front

clean-sg-both clean-hamer-both

clean-sg-back clean-hamer-back

crunch-sg-front crunch-hamer-front

crunch-sg-both crunch-hamer-both

crunch-sg-back crunch-hamer-back