"Signed Delusions EP is finally back in stock! I never in a million years thought I would sell out of these! Thank you guys so much 🖤
Head to my website www.sophieguitar.com to order one! .
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Recording the Kick-Drum with the Audiotechnica MB6K🤘🤘🔥🔥
I like the Sound of it, really punchy that mic🔥🔥❗️What is your favorite Mic, to Record a Kick-Drum?———————————————
Kick Drum Recording mit dem Audiotechnica MB6K🤘🤘🔥🔥Ich mag den diesen Punchy Kick Sound, den das Mic liefert💥💥❗️❗️Welche Mic‘s benutzt ihr so für die Kick-Drum?
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WIR SAGEN DANKE und geben zu jeder Bestellung ab 50 EUR Einkaufswert ein Gerber Multiwerkzeug MULLET
Das MULLET von Gerber ist ein kompaktes Multiwerkzeug im Schlüsselanhängerformat.
So sind hier auf gerade mal 73 x 25 mm immerhin 9 pfiffige Features wie
Kreuz- und Schlitz-Schraubendreher, Flaschenöffner, Nagelzieher oder Drahtschneider
Gesamtlänge 7.3 cm
Gewicht 26 g
Gültig bis 29.02.2020
50s - Bob Marley with his stripped mahogany Gibson Les Paul Special modded with bound headstock, new wiring, new tuners, new fretboard inlay, separate bridge and tail piece. He probably bought this used in London in the very early 70s. We know John Lennon saw Bob with it. It was said to be his favorite. Those 50s P-90s rang like bells.
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Johnny Thunders (New York Dolls, Heartbreakers, Gang War) with his double cut Gibson Les Paul Juniors. This means the guitars are from around 1960. The photos are mid and late 70s I guess. So no one calls them “vintage” just “old” and “used”... they were probably pretty cheap. But because of Thunders and songs like “Trash” - these guitars became required by bands like the Replacements and later Green Day. #gibsonlespauljunior#johnnythunders
This is my Ampeg V4 guitar amplifier from the early/mid 70s. I bought this one in 2007 from an older guy here in Germany. This amp must have been stored in a room where the owner smoked a lot of pipe. The amp had this sweet/fruity pipe tobacco smell for years and I sometimes believe it still has. So I bought this amp knowing it suffered at least from a blown output transformer. Over the years I repaired and even modified quite a lot on this amp but a few months ago I decided to bring it back to a nearly original state keeping only most needed and usefull modifications. As you will recognize a lot of parts were missing like knobs, back panel and logo. Tolex was quite worn and had some cuts. Right from factory delivered with the headshell drilled upside down (tolex seam on upper side!) the front grill had been changed to black cloth. So I started as well a cosmetic repair... #ampeg#v4#ampegv4#tubeamp#7027a#6k11#gearporn#guitaramplifier#guitaramp#ampporn
It's a massive honour for me to join the @eventideaudio family!
This is my pedalboard 2020 loaded with two Eventide H9's (Max and Core). It's crazy how gear can have a huge creativity impact... it's a new world for me.
Thanks so much to Jean from Eventide for making everything happen and all the Eventide team for sending me the pedals in express before touring. And a massive thank you to my brother Christian Mendoza @chrisguitarro for he knows what for, you're a legend!
🔬Sometimes You Need Surgery🔬Mastering will make your music more competitive, and should always present your material in its best light. .
However, Mastering also raises the level of ALL aspects of your recording, including the ones that snuck by. Any clicks, pops, bad edits, fades, etc. will be brought into the spot light along side your shredding guitar solo. Not only are they a distraction, but can cause serious issues upon playback if ignored or overlooked. Quality control and preserving musicality are paramount in the mastering process.