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Fender Coronado soundclips

Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1966 Fender Coronado II
through a
197X WEM Clubman MK 8

1966 Fender Coronado II197X WEM Clubman MK 8
Recorded with a Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

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Both pickups

Relatively clean amp setting: volume 8, treble 8, bass 5. Guitar played with a pick; all volume and tone controls at 10.

Turn the amp to full, for a nice slightly overdriven valve sound. This amp can break up beautifully when you really dig in. Volume 10, treble 8, bass 5. Guitar played with a pick; all volume and tone controls at 10.

Neck pickup

Same amp settings, and a relatively clean sound: volume 8, treble 8, bass 5. Guitar played with a pick; volume 10, tone 10.

Without adjusting the amp settings, but turning the guitar tone down, you can get some gorgeous jazz/blues tones: volume 8, treble 8, bass 5. Guitar played fingerstyle; volume 10, tone 0.

Bridge pickup

The same amp setting: volume 8, treble 8, bass 5. Guitar played with a pick; just the bridge pickup, volume and tone at 10. This setting produces a rather nice chimey tone.

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