Ya arranca El Hormiguero Express #EHX 🐜⚡️ Te adelantamos el podio de noticias, las textuales que vamos a desmenuzar en esta vianda informativa del mediodía 🕛
1⃣ "Andan a los tiros, ya no podemos estar"
2⃣ "Se van a poder materializar esos recursos una vez que tengamos sentencia definitiva"
3⃣ "A una distancia de 100 metros le pega en la nuca y lo mata inmediatamente"
4⃣ "Lo suplimos dándole a los pacientes menos de lo que necesitaban"
5⃣ "Se prevee entre 12 y 15 años de prisión"
Con la conducción de 🎙Juan Manuel Berlanga y el humor de Chano Huguenet 🎙 Berna Gaitán Otarán en los controles 🎚 y la producción general de Lucía Marsch 📞
Escuchalo en www.solarderadio.com.ar + Radio FM Chalet + Bicentenario FM98.3
Bayangkan jika gitaris ngelead lagu yg Melo, tp nggak ada delaynya.... Hhhheeemmmm.... Kok kayak kanebo kering ya....? Alias garing.. Nah ini salah satu analog delay yg bisa bikin Melodi gitar Lo pas ngelead jd indah.
Electro Harmonix Memory Toy
The Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy effects pedal presents a pure analog delay for musicians who covet thick sound from a thin wallet. EH melds heritage with select components to present the musician with up to 550ms of delay. Not a toy but a professional tool that bathes your axe with organic depth and dimension. The selectable chorus is a lush bonus.
The Memory Toy can be used in combination with other effects processors. Experiment with any combination to develop your own unique sound. The footswitch toggles between effect and true bypass modes.
Rehearsal time - with a new pedal! The @ehx soul food is on my board now and my new first choice overdrive.
5 1818 hours ago
Some more octave riffs. More of an exercise, but I wanted to check out the new P90s I put in this guitar. I got them from @vintagevibeguitars. Check out the website, really cool stuff there. This was a set of three, and I have Alnico 5s in the neck, 2s in the middle, and ceramics in the bridge. With the 5 way switch, I have such a great variety of tone options. This is the bridge into the crunch channel on the Marshall. I'll put the same riff with pos 4 on my story for comparison.
This is my SX Liquid MN, tuned to Drop D, going through the Marshall DSL40C Crunch channel and the Marshall 2 12 cabinet. .
Tl;dr...I put all my old effects pedals on a new board.
Long version: it’s been bugging me that some of my favorite pedals don’t get played much anymore because they weren’t set up on a proper board with a real power supply (swipe to see their previous, humble abode). I don’t gig with these pedals any longer because a) most of them are gigantic by 2019 stompbox standards, and b) some of them have quirks (issues) that make them a little untrustworthy for a live show. The Big Muff, for instance, has had both input and output jacks replaced and they’re still a little finicky sometimes. It also has an attachment poking out of the battery compartment to make it compatible with a power supply, making it an even Bigger Muff than you can see here. The Memory Man has occasionally not worked at all, and feels to me like a borderline collectors item that I’d hate to gradually destroy with more gigs. And the Small Clone...well, it’s not the most tasteful chorus out there, but it *was* the first pedal I ever bought, back in 2006. I can’t bring myself to sell this bunch. Everything here is some degree of “vintage”, and almost everything appeared on my live board with @thehollowsonline during our first four or five years together. I love all this gear (the Memory Man is still probably my fav delay ever, the Maxon is a perf Tube Screamer, and that Muffffffff). So now these trusty classics have a properly setup rig. And under the hood, I repurposed my old Pedal Power 2...which has a huge advantage in this situation over something more modern like a Zuma, because it has an AC outlet for that pesky Memory Man power supply. If you’ve made it this far, perhaps you’ll be interested to know the signal path, which is not quite as it seems: Boss Tuner > Maxon OD808 > Proco RAT > EHX Sovtek Big Muff > Ernie Ball Volume Pedal > EHX Small Clone > EHX Deluxe Memory Man. (Some @3monkeyssolderless cables helped me make a couple of the long jumps between pedals.)