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Every one a Gibsonite!
Age:
36 years old
Birthday:
April 19, 1981
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Dorset, UK
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Music, Guitars, Songwriting, Making records etc

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Website URL  http://www.jinder.co.uk

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  1. In Topic:Rosewood Firebird

    25 May 2017 - 03:45 PM

     E-minor7, on 25 May 2017 - 12:37 PM, said:

    Canon - Tonemotor, , , eeeh error, meant tone-monster.

    Sounds like it. And this is probably an incredible guitar.
    However my intuition whispers it's a challenge to control that will take skills to keep from taking over.


    Jinder - It's a long-scale dread and thus lies in the vein of the well hidden J-60, not to mention the almost forgotten Sparrow.

    I'll pass - the original maple version is stellar. Besides that I for some reason like my Gibsons in mahogany or maple.
    But that's just me (as they say in the Sunday-school choir)


    I'd forgotten the Sparrow! That was a very cool box, I had the jones for one of those for a while.
  2. In Topic:I have a new single out. Any opinions gratefully received ☺️

    25 May 2017 - 02:32 PM

     blindboygrunt, on 25 May 2017 - 02:18 PM, said:

    Which one of the touched you ?
    Was em7 wasn't it !!

    He's been warned before


    Did you sing and play that at same time ??


    Haha he only touched me emotionally 😂

    Yep it was done live in the studio, only took one take-the reso had a stereo pair of AKG C1000S condensers on it and I took a DI out of the National Slimline humbucker pickup on it as a blending option-the mix is about 82% mic and 18% pickup, with 200hz notched out completely and a global Q on the guitar channels with a little fairy dust at 12k to make it sparkle a little more. Individual mic channel EQs were flat. The vocal was a Rode NT1A, with an 80hz shelf and a boost around 900hz to make it sound a touch more honky and "old timey", a sort of pseudo 78 effect.

    Most of the verb is room sound that was captured on the mics!

    Most of the album was done this way (along with the Regal I used my '67 J45 and Dove, all mic'd with a tiny bit of DI in the mix), super simple recording and mixing process, just nice guitars in a good room and going for a performance every time-no drop ins, edits or tracking bar putting some extra guitar parts. Lovely and rewarding way to work!
  3. In Topic:I have a new single out. Any opinions gratefully received ☺️

    25 May 2017 - 02:22 PM

     Buc McMaster, on 25 May 2017 - 11:19 AM, said:

    Very well done, Sir J. Masterful on the reso and well sung. Clear, strong voice you have!

    That said, as good as the vocal is, the delivery seems a little carnival-like in spirit which, to my ear, doesn't befit the somber mood of the lyric.........perhaps this was your intent though, to put a different slant on things. An observation, not a criticism, and I hope it is taken in that light.


    Buc, no offence taken at all! I tried to be reverential to the original but adding a few contemporary tweaks (changing the lyric about "half a million boots" to "fifteen million boots", as a nod to the number of war dead since WW2 etc) and the vaguely carnivalesque-in-places vocal (really good spot!) was intended as a nod towards the fact that war, poverty and suffering is increasingly delivered by the media as a form of entertainment in the 21st century. I thought I'd erred on the slightly too subtle side with that element of the vocal inflection, so I'm both surprised and pleased that it was picked up!
  4. In Topic:I have a new single out. Any opinions gratefully received ☺️

    25 May 2017 - 02:10 PM

    Wow, thanks all! I really appreciate the kind words, I know you're a lovely bunch but I wasn't expecting that kind of enthusiasm, I'm flattered and touched!
  5. In Topic:Rosewood Firebird

    25 May 2017 - 09:57 AM

    That sounds amazing. Similar to my Dove but more roar and less chime. Is it a long scale neck? I couldn't make it out in the video.

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    MR GIBS 

    12 Jul 2014 - 01:03
    Hallo Jinder, how are you? Alive & well I hope!
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    muhamd 

    09 Aug 2012 - 14:31
    hello dear
    how are you doing, hope your good my name is Alima, i like to be your friend i like your profile, i hope we can be good friends i have a lot to tell you, or you can send me your email or contact me on (alimamohamed@live.com) so that we can know more about each other thanks, from Alima.
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    E-minor7 

    09 Aug 2012 - 03:46
    Hello Jinder - Did you see the 2 Donovan tunes played on the famous J-200 ?
    Just wanted to put that brick where it belongs.
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    wootpow 

    20 Feb 2012 - 15:41
    Hey Jinder you did a great job on Hazel County!
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    Tman 

    26 Dec 2011 - 12:14
    I've read your posts and you are very informed. Your comment to the guy who isn't in love with his hummingbird was very interesting. Do you know any similar information on the J 45 custom Rosewood? I love that kind of trivia and love to know it.
    Best regards and Happy Holidays,
    Phillip (Tman)
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