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Re: Adrenalinn - more info please

Well, all I was saying was that the Stick isn't a bass and guitar 
slapped together.  The pickups sound very  different, and your standard 
guitar effects just don't sound all that good on them.  Perhaps bass 
processors work better?  The only evidence of that is that I can get 
some pretty good tone out of a Behringer V-Amp, yet the stick generally 
sounded bad through it.  When we went out and tried the Digitech BP-200 
we found a lot of it's presets sounded fairly good with just a bit of 
tweaking.  Now, neither box would be called high end, but there was 
something about the general voicing of the BP-200 that made a big 
difference, on the high and low strings of the Stick.

So Jon, what are you using as a preamp these days?  I thought you 
sounded good when we played together, you using the Digitech 2120s.  I 
also though you sounded really good when I saw you at Hush Hush in SF.

When I saw Trey last, he and the other Warr guitarist in his band were 
both using Line6 Pod pros, bass and guitar models.

Mark Sottilaro

On Sunday, April 7, 2002, at 10:45  AM, Greg House wrote:

> Well, yeah, but it's the same sort of thing. He used to play Chapmans.
> Tony Levin still plays Chapmans and he uses distortion, so perhaps a
> more accurate example.
> Greg
> --- Mark Sottilaro <sine@zerocrossing.net> wrote:
>> Doesn't Trey use Warr guitars?
>> Mark
>> On Friday, April 5, 2002, at 06:47  PM, Greg House wrote:
>>> --- Jonathan El-Bizri <ssrndpty@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Sticks don't sound so good distorted. I'd pretty much given up on
>> the
>>>> idea.
>>> Someone better tell Trey Gunn about that... <grin>
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