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Re: still goin clean
I think Max Valentino is on this list, but you can look in this
thread on TalkBass for an overview (scroll down and find Max's post).
I haven't tried it myself. S'pect I will, now that you reminded me.
On Sep 30, 2005, at 10:40 AM, Paul Mimlitsch wrote:
>>> Maybe someday just guitar and edp, who knows?
> Since moving to a new town (Evergreen, Co.) and getting involved in
> the local music scene (mostly through the extensive open mic
> circuit in the Denver area), it's been a necessity to scale things
> down and travel light. Been using just an acoustic archtop guitar
> and << volume pedal to DD20 to RC20xl >> setup to good effect. One
> benefit of this streamlined, lack of outboard effects setup, is
> that it forces you to really explore the various "natural" sounds
> (musical and non musical) that you can get from just an acoustic
> guitar. It's a lot more intimate and seems to draw people in
> more. Liking it more, now (old age factor?), than playing
> "electric". Although, when you strap on the electric and get that
> distortion driven, effects laden, wall of sound thing going ... man
> that's nice :).
> PS: any tips/ links to info on "processed acoustic guitar"? I've
> seen players using all sorts of alligator clips and doodads
> attached to strings to get different sounds but not clear on the
> actual process....