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I use a couple of custom amps built in my home town…

An Oldfield Marquis 36 and an Oldfield 5918 (Tweed style amp) both live and when I record at home… I have a cab that is partially baffled in a closet. For samples, you can check out my most recent track in my portfolio. All the guitar sounds are the 5918 with a couple of different guitars (L6s deluxe and a tele) I also have an old Silvertone that I use as a practice amp.

I have had the marquis 36 for a long time, and it has been with me on about 700+ gigs and sessions… I have to replace the tubes about once a year!

I love talking amps!! Thanks for the thread!

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I was wondering about this also!! I am sure the staff will get it sorted out…

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Here’s mine!

http://audiojungle.net/item/you-are-me/11668154

There have been some great tracks submitted!

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I have 3 main electrics… Fender Tele, Strat, and a Gibson L6s… All are used live and for recording… I find that mixing up guitars on a recording gives the overall sound a certain ‘richness’ that you can’t get elsewhere… Same with mixing amps…

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This will be a fun one!! Now…. what to write….. hmmm…

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Always practicing something!! I usually have a gig to prepare for, or a sound I am chasing… My main instrument is guitar… The things I am practicing/learning now are pedal steel and lap steel in addition to some more country style playing… There is always something new to pursue on your main instrument, and secondary instruments as well!!

Happy picking and playing everyone…

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You could record it by putting a mic in front of a small guitar amp to get that swampy sound… then use a dynamic mic at the source (harp) to go into the amp!!

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Congrats!

This is a great sounding and well written track! maybe it will set the standard higher for Ukulele music here on AJ!

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This is great!! I am impressed with your speed on Logic!… One of these days, I need to do this! My process is a bit more random though… Especially my guitar stuff…

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I have had my acoustic recorded this way at a studio a few times, but I have only tried this 1 time in my home studio space… My room is fairly dead, so the sound of room isn’t something I care to capture!!

In my session work, I have seen this done on ‘main’ instruments in a track and it works beautifully!

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