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Re: Godin-istas Unite! (was Vortex and acoustic guitar)


I replied to this with two long and detailed responses directly to you.

Your spam filter then mailed me and told me I had to go to a website
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I went to the website, which told me my message had expired and I
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I can't be arsed to do that.


On 2/3/06, Todd Howell <ransacker@earthlink.net> wrote:
> I was wondering if there were any other folks on the list who play Godin 
>three-voice guitars and how the utilized them. What are your rigs that 
>utilize these guitars to their maximum potential with magnetic, piezo and 
>synth pick-ups all running simultaneously?
> I am experimenting with the following signal chain Magnetic: Godin LGXT 
>to Boss Volume pedal into Boss PS-5 Pitch shifter==>Boss V-Wah==>Boss 
>OD-20 Distortion Modeler==>Behringer UB-502 Euro-Rack Mixer into a Crate 
>Vintage Club 50 watt 2x12 tube guitar amplifier with a Boss GT-3 and a 
>Boss DD-20 Delay Modeler and an RC-20XL Loop Station (hopefully to be 
>replaced by some kind of upgraded looper EDP or Boss RC-50) in the 
>effects loop. Synth Pick-ups==> Roland GR-33 Guitar synth ==>Behringer 
>Mixer. Piezo Pick-Ups==> Yamaha Magic Stomp ==> Trace Elliott TA 100 
>Acoustic Amplifier.
> Is there anything any of you would do differently or does any of this 
>seem to not make sense? I have plugged directly into the Crate Vintage 
>Club and had it sound unbelievable. The things in the effects loop seem 
>to really suck tone. What can I do to change this?
> Ideas
> Todd
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Dennis Moser <sinsofmachaut@gmail.com>
> >Sent: Feb 2, 2006 8:12 PM
> >To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> >Subject: Re: Vortex and acoustic guitar
> >
> >I have had the pleasure of playing a Godin LXGT (piezo, electric, and
> >midi) with my Vortex stack (three Vortexes and a Lexi MP110)...it
> >was...AMAZING.
> >
> >I think what others have said about having a small pre-amp in the
> >chain is probably sound advice.
> >
> >I would definitely encourage you to try it...Vortexes are very cool
> >old bits of hardware and if you have good dynamic control inyour
> >playing technique, you should be able to create some interesting
> >tunes.
> >
> >Dennis Moser
> >
> >http://usrslashsbin.angrek.com/audio/
> >
> >On 2/2/06, Ariel Rzezak <arzezak@uces.edu.ar> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> Did anyone tried a Lexicon Vortex with an electro acoustic guitar. 
>I've read
> >> excellent reviews of you guys but everyone was using electric ones.
> >>
> >> Just a hint,
> >>
> >> thanks.
> >>
> >> Ariel Rzezak
> >> Bedelía UCES
> >> Buenos Aires, Argentina
> >>
> >>
> >