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more Kemper Metal Bands Rigs, Please!
The octave down and up sound was cool. Would love to know how i can archieve that
I had no idea some Beartooth songs are played as low as in Drop A. I thought for sure they were primarily in Drop C, at least that's what most tabs say.
They play lower live for Calebs voice to reduce strain.
I think after all is a
Ben Miller they probably use lighter strings for drop tunning
On the records its pretty much all in drop c aside from some songs. Live they drop everything down an additional half step and only body bag is played even lower.
Yea most are c, i think kam just likes b, and drop the A# one is burnout, not sure about the actual A one tho
The acoustic sim he's using. Is that the Kemper acoustic sim that will soon land on our profilers this year?
Late ik But no this most definitely is not. There's a lot of nice cleans they're really hard to find from companies like reampzone and such that create these ambient profiles
That rug really ties the room together.
What profiles were they?
Someone just tell me how I can get a clean tone like @1:12 with high output pickups he uses...
Trust me, on Kemper it's very easy to do that.
Is the sound in the room from the orange cabs?
Can you share link to buy profiles?
I thought they played in Drop C not B 🤔
@EJ2K I think you're missing my point... Nevermind.
@Josh Martin If it doesn’t sound as good half a step down on the record then they’ll do it in whatever tuning it was written in. If that then means tuning down live to save Calebs voice, they’re gonna do it for the sake of the album. Makes sense to me.
@EJ2K I know this. So why not write amd record the studio songs in that tuning from the start so it's more consistent. The live versions always sounds off when they're downtuned lower than the album so why not have the live version and album versions both be in, let's say drop B instead of recording a song in drop C or B#, then having to downtune to drop B live. That way it already fits the range of the vocalist more, and the live version sounds as close to the studio version as possible since both would be in the same tuning. It just seems counterproductive to not do that. That's why I'm just like "wtf" rn lol
@Josh Martin Because it can take a stain on the singers voice singing in that pitch, night after night..
@EJ2K then why not play that tuning live as well? I don't get it. Why do people do bands do that? Its not consistent
More classic rock rigs or Knopfler ;)
What model of is that from ESP?!
It’s a custom model made for him
Looks like a Neil Westfall model that has been stripped down.
1:50 what song is it?