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Thread: Sound Demo of Lyn #16 - The Pulpit Tele

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    Sound Demo of Lyn #16 - The Pulpit Tele

    This time its the Pulpit Tele that I built for my Sister-in-Law Bev.


    I recorded this because neither Bev nor any of my Nieces play guitar and I wanted them to know that its a real guitar and so they can hear how it sounds.

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    I thought that I would post it here because it only uses stock standard Pit Bull Guitar Kit parts. The only exceptions are obviously the body, the bridge (which has cheap Chinese compensated saddles) and a bone nut. But the pickups, pots, caps, tuners and neck are all standard Pit Bull fare.


    All the lead and the over driven rhythm guitars are the Tele. So if anyone was wondering how a standard Pit Bull kit guitar sounds (in the hands of a very average player) hopefully this will give you some idea.


    I use REAPER as my DAW of choice with an assortment of free and bought plugins and Amp Sims.


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    Thanks for listening.


    rob

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    Rocking robin. Nice playing and arrangement.

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    Thanks for the encouragement Mark.

    You might be interested, the guitar arpeggio in the intro is my nylon string guitar.

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    That is very nice Robin, great tone and a great tune well played

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    Great job Robin. The guitar sounds really good.
    Current:
    AST-1FB

    Completed:
    First Act ME276 (resurrected curb-side find)
    ES-5V
    Scratchie lapsteel
    Custom ST-1 12 String (to be converted to 6 string)
    JBA-4
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    Scratch Lapsteel
    Meinl DIY Cajon
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    Wishing:
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    Scratchie 12 string
    Open D/Standard Double 6 twin neck

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    @ Dave and Fretty
    Thanks guys

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    That's awsome. Looks and sounds just great.

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    Thanks fender, on both accounts.

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