We have Edison working with us! December 04 2014
Intel Edison, Rein & Taivo @SpicetoneFX
Tested our 6Appeal versus legendary Big Muff by Electro Harmonix. Tried to dial in as similar sound as possible, the only difference being hexaphony (polyphonic distortion). Ain't saying one is better than other, but there sure is a big difference in terms of harmonic content. Amp's reverb is turned to zero but you still might hear it a bit. I play clean-Muff-6Appeal sequences. Not a guitar hero or sound master, sorry:) The guitar is a standard Godin electric with built in divided piezo pickups with 13pin output. The signal is analog all the way until MOTU soundcard.
Here's the Hohner Orgaphon 41MH. It has 2x10" Eminence Deltalites and a 1x12" cab with Eminence Delta.
Upgraded a brand new Squier with Roland GK pickup in "wrong" position, where there's real sound. No intention to use it for MIDI tracking, though I should give it a try. The song is a rather common A minor jam I invented on the fly ("Spring is too Quick") is the title:P
The guitar still needs some intonation work and I didn't bother too much on getting the mics right, not to mention my sloppy playing. It's Hohner MH41 tube amp, 210 with diy 112 cabinet, two Shure mics. And 6Appeal hexaphonic overdrive.
Three layers - cleaner track, some soloing with high resonance filter settings (sustain on low volume), and some modulations to spice it up. Electribe for beat and Cort Action for bass.
Yours, Vahur from Spicetone
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ESP Viper upgraded with a handmade magnetic hex pickup by luthier Halvo Liivamägi. And Fernandes Sustainer.