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Gibson Atlas IV soundclips

Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1961 Gibson EB3
through a
1964 Gibson Atlas IV

1961 Gibson EB31964 Gibson Atlas IV
Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

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Pos 1 - neck pickup only with tone choke

Guitar: volume 10, tone 10. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 7. Fingerstyle.

Pos 2 - bridge pickup only

Guitar: volume 10, tone 10. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 7. Fingerstyle.

Guitar: volume 10, tone 2. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 7. Fingerstyle.

Pos 3 - both pickups in parallel

Guitar: volumes 10, tones 10. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 5. Fingerstyle.

Guitar: all controls at 10, except bridge tone 2. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 5. Played with a pick.

Pos 4 - neck pickup only

Guitar: volume 10, tone 10. Amp: volume 5, bass 7, treble 5. Fingerstyle.



Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1966 Gibson EB-0
through a
1964 Gibson Atlas IV

1966 Gibson EB-01964 Gibson Atlas IV
The clips were recorded with two amp configurations: Volume 5, Bass 5, Treble 5, and Volume 5, Bass 3, Treble 8. This small adjustment gives some extra clarity; useful for really bassy guitars like the Gibson EB0

Recorded with a Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

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neutral amp: volume 5, bass 5, treble 5

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 10/10. Fingerstyle. This clip shows the tonal differences of this setup when played gently, and with more attack.

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 10/10. With a pick.

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 0/10. Fingerstyle.

brighter amp: volume 5, bass 3, treble 8

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 10/10. Played with a pick.

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 0/10. played with a pick. This configuration gives more note distinction than perhaps you'd expect from an EB0 with the tone rolled down.

Guitar: volume 10/10, tone 0/10. Fingerstyle.



Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1966 Hagstrom Coronado IV
through a
1964 Gibson Atlas IV

1966 Hagstrom Coronado IV1964 Gibson Atlas IV
Amp settings are: Channel 1, Volume 5, Treble 5, Bass 5

Recorded with a Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

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Neck pickup

Tone selector on 'H' (switch 4). Fingerstyle.

Bridge pickup

Tone selector on 'H' (switch 4). Played with a pick..

Tone selector on 'L' (switch 3). Played fingerstyle.

Both pickups

Tone selector on 'H' (switch 4). Played fingerstyle.

Tone selector on 'L' (switch 3). Played with a pick.




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