Session Guitar Recording Lesson 1
In this Session Guitar Recording Lesson 1 I demonstrate layering parts on a song and then take a couple solos for fun. The guitars you’ll see are a Bill Nash Strat
, Fano Firebird
, PRS signature
, Epiphone Casino
, Tuttle Carvetop
, and The Duesenberg Mike Campbell
model, which made it on film for a nanosecond. I only used one pedal, an MXR CAE boost pedal
– it’s like a micro amp. One amp was used for Session Guitar Recording Lesson 1, a Divided By 13 RSA 23
. Two microphones were on one Celestion Vintage 30 speaker of the 412 cabinet. These mics were the industry standard Shure SM 57 and Royer 121
. The 57 went through a Vintage 1084 Neve Mic Preamp
, and the Royer 121
through an AEA Ribbon Mic Preamp
. Both mic preamps blended into ProTools through a Chandler Discrete Line Mixer. My delays came from an Eventide Eclipse
Processor. That’s it for Session Guitar Recording Lesson 1! See you next time.
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