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Capturing a real thick heavy rhythm guitar sound

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by AlteredBeats, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. AlteredBeats

    AlteredBeats Guest

    Basically we are trying to get a real heavy Sabbath/Sepultura/Entombed kinda crunchy heavy rhythm sound form our recordings , any tips??

    Ive got a selection on sennhesier evos and a AKG Solid Tube with a Hughes n Ketner Amp Warp 7 and 74 Flying V

    Thanks :cool:
     
  2. killersoundz

    killersoundz Guest

    Double track. Record one, pan it to the left channel, record it over again, and pan it to the right.
     
  3. AlteredBeats

    AlteredBeats Guest

    cheers yea I normally triple track I was meaning more any particular mics/amps you think would capture the sound?

    Thanks
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    I still am working on nailing my "awesome sounds" on guitar. But the Hughes & Kettner is the right choice IMO. I am jamming with a guitarist that uses a H&K Tri Amp.
    Holy Moly that thing records like nothing else!
    Heavy as hell. He also is another guitarist that swears by the BBE sonic max
    If you haven't used one, maybe try one out. It might be your missing piece. He loves it.
    I will be getting a H&K also real soon. But I am a stickler for all tube amps :!:

    WARP X
     
  5. AlteredBeats

    AlteredBeats Guest

    whats a sonic max :shock:

    :cool:

    Pedal?
     
  6. gumplunger

    gumplunger Active Member

    http://www.bbesound.com/products/maxim/maxim.asp
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    The sonic maximizer is a processor. Mainly used on guitar rigs and amps. It is not that expensive, but LOTS and LOTS of guitar players love them. Try one out at a local guitar store one day. You will most likely want one after hearing it. It kind of smooths out the signal without changing it too much, and also adds some very nice qualities that an amp does not have build in.
     

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