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12-06-2001, 07:05 AM
Does anyone know any good Vinnie Moore settings for the GT3?
12-06-2001, 11:28 AM
I have a Boss GT-3...I'll go home and see what I can come up with. In the meantime...check out this link:
12-08-2001, 07:03 AM
12-08-2001, 09:04 AM
Any song in particular you're going for here? He's got a wide variety of tones.
12-09-2001, 09:46 PM
How about the smooth distortion effect in echoes
and the crispy ones from morning star and the maze
12-09-2001, 09:52 PM
sorry but if you don't mind throwing in the effect from the maze (the one right after his band takes turns doing solo's.
12-17-2001, 07:00 AM
any luck with those settings FenderMonkey
12-17-2001, 04:46 PM
SORRY! I have been sooo busy lately and I haven't had a ton of time to sit down and work and that for ya! Many appologies! Did you check out that site?
12-17-2001, 07:12 PM
How is the Boss GT3? I'm considering getting one, my instructor has one and he was showing me it and it looks pretty. I've only got to see it for like 3 minutes or so. But I want to know what you people think of the Boss GT3.
[Edited by burnfire9 on 12-17-2001 at 08:15 PM]
12-17-2001, 11:01 PM
Well, I'm really into stomp boxes, but I use the GT-3 for home recording and it gets the job done...you should start a new thread and you'll probably get a good response.
12-18-2001, 09:36 PM
By the way, has anyone seen the new GT6 in action? I quite like the older GT5 although I'm also more of a stomp box guy, but I'd be interested in what the new features are in the GT6.
I must say, unless you're likely to be short of cash for a while, I would go the GT5 or over the GT3. The GT3 is missing features, and considering it's supposed to be a multi effects board that means you don't have to use other pedals, I would generally go top of the line (in that sort of area, I'm not recommending you go out and get a rack-mounted system). Though I am all in favour of cheaper guitars and amps for beginners, effects can become frustrating very wuickly if they are missing what you want, and seeing as you're likely to use them with whatever amp and guitar you play, I think it's generally a better investment to go for the good stuff (staying away from DOD stuff).
12-19-2001, 04:16 AM
It's alright fendermonkey. I did check that site that you mentioned. It's cool cause it led me to a bunch of other sites of various shred guitarist. Before I found out about Moore I thought that the only shred guitarist that were out there were Satriani,Vai, and Malmsteen. Thanks a many. Take your time with the settings.
As for the GT3, It's great. But if your willing to through in an extra $200 I suggest that you purchase a GT5. My friend has a GT5 and it comes with alot more features. The only problems I've encountered with the GT3 are (1) the wah pedal is hard. It doesn't give as much control of wah as the crybaby. I was looking for a Satriani type of effect but just didn't get it. (2) The manual isn't all that great. I had to find out for myself how to adjust settings. (3) If you don't have the right equipment to go with the pedal you get unwanted sound from your effect. I use the pedal with one Fender stage 112 amp. At low volume the sound is great but turn that baby up and you get a whole lot of feedback. My friend though uses rack equipment and cab speakers with his GT5 and he creates perfect sounds. Just keep in mind of these things.
I never heard or seen what a GT6 can do, but when I look at what it's going for it's just a little bit better than a GT3. Better to purchase the GT5.
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