augustwest1 wrote:Here goes. I recorded this with a compact digital camera and its tiny built-in mic, so it doesn't exactly capture the tone of the guitar which is, incidentally, the nicest guitar I've ever played...
augustwest1 wrote:After a painfully long (but not entirely unexpected) wait, I received a shiny new Phiga Tiger from Phil a few days ago.
There's a lot of discussion on this board comparing the various Garcia clones available out there, but no actual comparisons that I've found. Sooo, I thought it would be cool (and useful) to shoot two videos of a Moriarty Wolf and Phiga Tiger playing over the same jam track, through the same rig, by the same person (me), and then splicing them together, and moving back and forth between the two, as different effects are used.
Problem is, I have no idea how to edit video like that! Is anybody aware of a free video editing software that allows you to do that sort of thing with the ease that say, Audacity audio softeware does?
If not, I can just post some pics and a separate video that could be compared to the Moriarty video I posted here a few months ago.
Searing75 wrote:The tone is there on both for sure, but what I want to know is which one is more playable? All of these guitars (hell, even cheap knockoffs can get the tone) sound great. I am most interested in ho they feel. Is the action able to be adjusted as low as you want? Is there fret buzz all over? Playability.
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