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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Munky7Head, Nov 30, 2007.
yeah. H&K cabs for Guitar also.
Mostly on tour / in the studio for the ST album.
I used to do that with my POD.
I clipped this out of a Guitar World 1995.
It shows that Head [there is one for munky also] used H&K amps.
I used to use the Rectified2 setting on my Flextone II with all knobs on 10
the exact amp used for LIP was a Marshall JCM 900
Didn't they use Diezels at some point?
They blended a VH4 with their Triple Rec's for the dirty signal during Issues/Untouchables era? to a little while ago (but I think that they're back to just Triple Rec's again).
Hell, during a breif time during the Follow the Leader Era, they were using Rivera Knucklehead's and the Sub cabs! FTW
They are now endorsed my Diezel. Munky used them on the "Untitled" album.
Even though the guitar was really deep in the mix... The tone on the untitled album was freakin' sweet!
Unfortunately, it was a shitty album
Agreed that the guitars were buried in the mix and that the tone was killer but that album is really starting to grow on me. Im really digging it lately i think i just needed a few listens to get used to it.
eh, I bought it the day it came out. It was really.... different. Although, the guitar tone was pretty rad. Im still always going to be a Self Titled - Issues type of guy.
I know I'm bumping a very old thread, but I found an old guitar world with info on Life Is Peachy and snapped a couple of pictures
I uploaded and checked these and they weren't sideways...now they are...don't know. Hopefully you guys can read it.
Sorry to rebump such an old thread, but it turns out that Munky and Head and even most of the other studio staff didn't know the true secret to those early Korn tones: a vintage 8 inch combo amp! Richard Kaplan from Indigo Ranch reveals the secret here:
This is a small segment from some podcasts he did before he died
I always wondered what kind of pedals Munky used for the intro of 'It's On!'.
I remember reading in a magazine back in the day, that for the intro of Its On, they actually had a fan in the studio. They had the amp on one side, and the mike on the other, so that twirling sound actually came from the fan spinning between the mic and amp.
This forum simply can't disappoint me.
Thanks, Shask! That's sick.
Is there any chance you remember what magazine was that?
They did all kinds of weird miking things. Another one I remember is that weird clean part in the middle of ADIDAS. They had an amp laying on the floor under a piano, and then dropped a mic from the ceiling down above the piano. That weird sound they got was just playing a clean sound, but it made the strings in the piano resonate, creating that weird chime like sound.
Hell, I dunno, lol. That was 1999 It would be one of the common ones like Guitar World, or Guitar for the Practicing Musician, or whatever....
Yeah, I, too, remember that one.