one eyed jack wrote:Here is my issue.... when listening back to recent shows of my band, anytime I get up on the neck it sounds like the notes are dying,
one eyed jack wrote:First let me thank all of you in advance, I wouldn't have gotten as far as I have with my rig without trolling these forums and using the information that you all have graciously shared. Its been a great help!!
heres a break down of what I am playing:
Guitar-(jerrycaster) MIM Strat, Dimarzio Super 2 in bridge and Middle with coil taps, SDS1 in neck, DR tite fit 10's
Speakers-Custom Hard trucker style 2x12 cabinet with 2 eminence commonwealths
Amp- SMS preamp (Jerry model), Mosvalve power, furman power conditioner
effects- line6 m13 stomp box, mxr distortion +, Dunlop wah, ernie ball volume
order of rig: guitar > volume> Dunlop wah> mxr distortion> stomp box( bank 1 EQ for clean boost > bank 2 octave divider> bank 3 mutron modeler > bank 4 digital delay)> SMS> Mosvalve> 2x12 Cabinet
Here is my issue.... when listening back to recent shows of my band, anytime I get up on the neck it sounds like the notes are dying, there Is none of that spanky, sparkly, snarly but clean Jerry tone. I'm also having trouble getting any clean break up without cranking the volume wide open and when I use my MXR its too heavy metal sounding in my opinion. Im usually playing middle pick up, split to single coil as instructed. Do I need to get the Buffer for the extra punch?
one eyed jack
JDB30 wrote:Try lowering your pickups and tell us what happens.
Is the neck a maple or rosewood fretboard?
Are the strings fresh for the gig or more than a few days old?
Pick type? Hard picker, light picker?
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