\m/ DETHKLOK COVER \m/

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  1. Ryan

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    ..and the latest recording is the Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle lol

    I used a dual recto patch on my XT with a tubescreamer to boost. The bass is a little dirty, mainly for compression. \m/

    o yah, and a Gibson SG for the rhythm and a RGT42 with EMG81 and 85 for the solos. With a doubler and pitchshifter in post production.
     
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    sounds good dude :D you do the vocals too?
     
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    yep, used a Samson C01U Studio Condenser, and a digital pre
     
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    holy shit dude i love it
     
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    Ha ha ha. That's hilarious. The music on that show is hilarious and really really cool.

    A great cover. The solo was perfect too. :yesway:
     
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    This show is hilarious, and that's a great cover of it.

    4th Episode is on where I live in 45 mins.
     
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    haha ryan i love you
     
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    that ruled lol
     
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    glad you guys likey :D

    i just watched the 4th episode
    death phones and grandpa's guitars haha

    o yah, bulb, you have a TS808... is there a big difference between a 808 and a TS9DX? Im in the market for one, i heard the JRC chip is warmer and stuff, but is it flumpy or lacking sharpness compared to the TA chip in the TS9? You know the kind of music i play, what do you think... TS808 or TS9DX

    im leaning towards the vintage reissue so far
     
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    ^I just watched the 4th episode on Youtube too. Funny stuff. :D
     
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    lol Awesome cover dude!
     
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    "prepare for ultimate flavorrrrrrrrr Now!" :lol:
     
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    Amazing, and genuinely amusing, too.
     
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    Fucking great! :lol: :metal:

    [nitpick]You forgot the little decending line at the very end of the solo, right after the accending bends.[/nitpick]
     
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    That fucking rules!
     
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    i would say if you are going to use it as a boost and you dont want it to be harsh but you want edge bite and djent get either a ts808 or a maxon od808, i have both, tho i just got the maxon yesterday so i havent had a chance to a/b it, but ill let you know as soon as i do!
     
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    :lol: do you have a tab for that?
     
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    Dive-Baum Bite Me Fan Boy!!

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    That was fuking great Dude...Sounds really killer.

    I need some coffee.
     
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    I went ahead and got the TS808. It's awesome. 'D
    Still be neat to hear the difference between the 2 though.

    Nah, I did it by ear. I think it's in dropped D and i transposed to D standard. I know the Dropped tuning tabs floating around out there somewhere though.
     
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    Im pretty sure its D Standard, i figured out most of the rhythm parts. the main theme for the song is in C standard.
     

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