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sfryette
07-23-2011, 12:34 AM
This is a track I did a while ago and finally got around to mixing recently. Itís a bit bottom heavy. Iím considering remixing it to back off the bass and drums a tad. Comments welcome. For best results, play it loud while chasing Herradura tequila with Sapporo (itís a multicultural experience) :)


http://www.fryette.com/clips/sideswiped_09.wav


Amps:
Deliverance 120 for rhythm tracks.
Deliverance 60 for solo tracks.
Deliverance 4X12 cab
SVT (bass amp)


Guitars:
2007 Fender 56 Relic strat w/stock PUs. Rhythm left and double-stop solo line at 1:53.
Gretsch Brian Setzer 6120. Rhythm right.
1999 Gibson 54 Reissue Gold Top with DiMarzio Virtual P90 in the bridge. All other solo riffage.


Bass: Fender Relic P


Drums: Early 60s Ludwig Champagne Sparkle kit: 13Ē ride tom, 16Ē floor tom, 22Ē kick, 65 Ludwig Supraphonic 400 snare (that I got for my 12th birthday when I wanted to be like Ringo).


Guitar: SMF
Bass: Bob DeMarco
Drums: SMF

Recorded by Bob DeMarco and Steve McDonald.
Mixed by Randy Mitchell.

stephen sawall
07-23-2011, 01:37 AM
Sounds like fun. Enjoyed that one ....

Giga
07-23-2011, 06:00 AM
Noice !!

Didn't realize you're such a gifted player Mr. F

Giga

Cam
07-23-2011, 09:04 AM
cool clip... sweet P-90 lead tone .. a 6120 Setzer and the whole Fryette line up eh, your a lucky man Steven ...

HopkinWFG
07-23-2011, 09:29 AM
Wow very awesome tone ! eh but why choose a D60 for the solo section?

sfryette
07-23-2011, 11:58 AM
Thanks gents. Glad you enjoyed it.


Wow very awesome tone ! eh but why choose a D60 for the solo section?

Attitude, my friend. This piece is all about screaming down backroads in a 56 BelAire, on a hot night with the top down, full moon, stereo up full blast, big nasty redhead pourin tequila shots, pickin off mailboxes... To me the goldtop through the D60 cranked just says "get outa the way or your goin under" :) I threw in the strat solo line as a little homage to Manic Depression. Seemed fitting...

HopkinWFG
07-23-2011, 12:58 PM
Thanks gents. Glad you enjoyed it.



Attitude, my friend. This piece is all about screaming down backroads in a 56 BelAire, on a hot night with the top down, full moon, stereo up full blast, big nasty redhead pourin tequila shots, pickin off mailboxes... To me the goldtop through the D60 cranked just says "get outa the way or your goin under" :) I threw in the strat solo line as a little homage to Manic Depression. Seemed fitting...


Thanks and is a big honour to have heard of Mr Steven Fryette's playing and having him here being with us as fans of the Fryettes.... but i hope you dont mind if i were to just get abit more indept on how you cranked up the D120 and D60 particularly...

could you let us know on how would you tackle the same alike tone of your playing if you were to fire up the CL?

konsul
07-23-2011, 02:09 PM
Cool, I like that number...it seems, that you are a big ZEP Fan. I'll bet you had a whole lotta fun...

HellfireSG
07-24-2011, 02:14 PM
goodtimes!:)

JackButler
07-26-2011, 01:05 AM
That/Those amps sure make you sound good :twisted:

When you releasing the solo CD?

sfryette
07-26-2011, 02:27 AM
but i hope you dont mind if i were to just get abit more indept on how you cranked up the D120 and D60 particularly...

Both were set up and miked approximately the same.
Heads in the control room. Cab in the isolation booth.
Rhythm tracks first with the D120.
Solo stuff afterwards with the D60.
I usually set Gain I around 12-1 oclock, Gain II around 9-10 oclock in MORE mode.
TMB at around 12 oclock.
Presence and Depth around 12-1 oclock.
D120 Master around 9:30, D60 Master around 10-11 oclock - or just at the point where they really start to wake up.


could you let us know on how would you tackle the same alike tone of your playing if you were to fire up the CL?

Green channel. Gain and tones same as above. Shift in, Boost in, Hi Gain, Global Master full up. Use channel Volume to control overall output level. The D60 has more headroom than the 50CL, so the CL would be a little less loud in the iso booth. That would have an impact on the mic response. Probably would sound similar because I play the same, but who knows?

In that situation a different amp would have certainly changed the whole vibe and I may have made different choices regarding arrangements, parts, etc. Any performance is the result of many elements coming together a certain way. Change one element and you change the whole picture.


Cool, I like that number...it seems, that you are a big ZEP Fan. I'll bet you had a whole lotta fun...

Naw! Seriously, show me a guitarist who wasn't inspired in some way by Zep 1 and I'll show you an accordian player :)

I did have a lot of fun on this track. The whole lotta love breakdown is an obvious pinch, but in an entirely different context - more rockabilly. I usually figure out that I pinched something after I hear it back later. For example, I hear a little Beck and Danny Gatton tone, some chicken-pickin, and some big band horn parts in there (the accents at the very end remind me of a Peter Gunn style trumpet section). That stuff never occurred to me during the recording. Funny thing is, on the drums all I thought about was Ringo and Bun E Carlos :?


When you releasing the solo CD?

Actually you're not the first to suggest it. This project has got me thinking. People think of me as an amp builder who happens to play. I think of myself as a player who happens to make amps...

HopkinWFG
07-26-2011, 07:01 AM
Both were set up and miked approximately the same.
Heads in the control room. Cab in the isolation booth.
Rhythm tracks first with the D120.
Solo stuff afterwards with the D60.
I usually set Gain I around 12-1 oclock, Gain II around 9-10 oclock in MORE mode.
TMB at around 12 oclock.
Presence and Depth around 12-1 oclock.
D120 Master around 9:30, D60 Master around 10-11 oclock - or just at the point where they really start to wake up.



Green channel. Gain and tones same as above. Shift in, Boost in, Hi Gain, Global Master full up. Use channel Volume to control overall output level. The D60 has more headroom than the 50CL, so the CL would be a little less loud in the iso booth. That would have an impact on the mic response. Probably would sound similar because I play the same, but who knows?

In that situation a different amp would have certainly changed the whole vibe and I may have made different choices regarding arrangements, parts, etc. Any performance is the result of many elements coming together a certain way. Change one element and you change the whole picture.



Naw! Seriously, show me a guitarist who wasn't inspired in some way by Zep 1 and I'll show you an accordian player :)

I did have a lot of fun on this track. The whole lotta love breakdown is an obvious pinch, but in an entirely different context - more rockabilly. I usually figure out that I pinched something after I hear it back later. For example, I hear a little Beck and Danny Gatton tone, some chicken-pickin, and some big band horn parts in there (the accents at the very end remind me of a Peter Gunn style trumpet section). That stuff never occurred to me during the recording. Funny thing is, on the drums all I thought about was Ringo and Bun E Carlos :?



Actually you're not the first to suggest it. This project has got me thinking. People think of me as an amp builder who happens to play. I think of myself as a player who happens to make amps...



Thank you very much for the advice on the settings Mr Steve Fryette.... i really feel connected in the family and certainly is part of you being so receptive and nice..

yes, interesting if you were to do a solo CD please keep us informed and please fire up all your creations Deliverance,CL/X,UL and Sig x each track with different feel genre and attitude ;)

HellfireSG
07-26-2011, 11:50 AM
I think of myself as a player who happens to make amps...

maybe that's the Fryette secret right there!

HellfireSG
07-26-2011, 11:57 AM
65 Ludwig Supraphonic 400 snare (that I got for my 12th birthday when I wanted to be like Ringo).[/SIZE][/FONT]



i think this is awesome also....kept it since you were 12:shock:
great sounding snare too!

stephen sawall
07-26-2011, 02:37 PM
Would you give a run down of the amp settings like you did for the 50CL ... but for the Sig-X ? ....Thanks.

....The guitar lick and sound at 1:42 is just cool. That and the end are my favorite parts. Did not notice you played the drums till after I heard the track, nice job. I was thinking Bun E Carlos first time I heard it. I like the bass and drums up in the mix on this track.

Agree with HellfireSG about the secret.

sfryette
07-29-2011, 04:09 PM
See the Sig:X forum. The rest of the Sig posts here have been moved there.

Kelly
07-29-2011, 11:06 PM
Really cool clip. My settings on the D60 are almost the same, but I usually run in "less" mode and use a RC Booster.

corky newman
08-01-2011, 01:22 PM
I frigg'in loved it...the drums sound great...(hardest things to record IMO)..very cool guitar tones...open, wide, and ripp'in....

SteveVHT
08-06-2011, 12:39 AM
Wow....I just heard this for the first time, and Stevie....You did bring the goods on that tune.
Absolutely loved the tone and playing......
But then again, I recorded my entire last CD with the D120 for good reason.
She is one mean bitch....
Great job all around...
Loved it.
Steve

Musza
10-10-2011, 03:39 PM
Nice! :)

I bought a Deliverance 60 few days ago and it's a great amp. I definitely love it more than my CL100. I posted clips but they are waitin' for moderator to approve cuz I'm new here :)

Cam
10-11-2011, 06:29 AM
Yeh dont worry , some of my posts still get held up waiting for approval ..700 + posts and they still think im gunna advertise some viagra for sale ...

HellfireSG
10-11-2011, 12:26 PM
i would think i would get some sort of alert saying i need to approve something (or i don't what the alert looks like?)...sorry your stuff is getting held up....:)

i found where i need to go to approve....i'll keep up on it...sorry again