RE: [Harp-L] That great "Bluesy" stage sound
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- From: "Peter S..." <p.stris@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 17:18:45 -0900
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> RH: in that section of my site, there are a lot of live recordings of
> my performances. But I probably should have posted this link instead:
I see now. I'll listen to more of those. I was looking for a list that referenced using patches with the Digitech.
> RH: I was NOT using an RP in that video. In fact, I wasn't using any
> of my own rigs. There were two amps on the stage, and Annie got the
> one I'd have preferred to use. But it was okay--I thought the two harp
> tones worked well together.
As did the two of you.
> RH: Now there's an offer I can't refuse. I'll send the patch for the
> RP355. By the way, I think the Zooms sound good, but the Digitechs
> have better software for editing and storing patches.
Thanks, I'm psyched! More experimenting.
I haven't looked at the editing software yet. I'm sure that would make me more effective in getting a better configuration of effects. It took me a while to get comfortable working the settings on the pedal. I'm still not 100% there. The Zoom, on the other hand, is much more friendly for working directly on the pedal. That is the newer G2Nu with a much better LCD readout. It visually simulates a series of pedals. The previous model, G2 I think, was more difficult to work with.
.......Pete still in AK
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