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  1. I use .9's with my Les Paul, and .11's for my acoustic guitars.
  2. I'd agree that a Sure57 or 58 would be good in this scenario. If you're recording using a 4-track I wouldn't worry too much about picking up expensive pre-amps though. These days a lot of these sorts of effects can be modelled quite effectively using DAW software. Having said that, you'll definitely get a vintage sound with a 4-track, but will also most likely get a lot of noise. With regards to 'your voice distort' do you mean a distortion effect applied to a vocal, or distortion while singing with no effects?
  3. Any thoughts on the best acoustic guitar that Gibson makes? Ideally it would be able to plug in for live performances. Thoughts?
  4. Have you considered a smaller Marshall Tube amp? I personally love anything by Marshall, and most of the smaller tube amps have good volume / gain control.
  5. I really enjoyed performing this song! It was a 2-hour long tribute set featuring the top 25 hits from the '80s. http://youtu.be/Yrugw3dmI2Y
  6. If you're looking for a good USB audio interface, the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is a great little unit. The portability is fantastic, and it sounds great. Perfect for a project studio.. I've attached my unboxing / setup video of the Focusrite Scarlett below. Check it out to see what an acoustic guitar sounds like without any EQ applied to it! I'm really happy with it as a great little addition to my studio. http://youtu.be/68G7-DJEOvM
  7. How to Play High and Dry by Radiohead: http://youtu.be/SPZB24zfG7g Sheet music to learn vocal melody: http://www.sheetmusicdirect.us/sheetmusic/song/1000152794/high-and-dry
  8. How to Play a Hard Day's Night: http://youtu.be/_S13PQ6bWN8 Sheet music to learn the vocal melody: http://www.sheetmusicdirect.us/sheetmusic/song/1000006559/a-hard-days-night
  9. http://youtu.be/htq1A580aMQ Sheet music for the song! Note: Use the top line of notation to learn the vocal melody. http://www.sheetmusicdirect.us/sheetmusic/song/1000028678/brown-eyed-girl
  10. http://youtu.be/T6VS5kxt-0w You can find the sheet music for this song at the following location. You can use the vocal notation with a piano (or your guitar) to make sure that you are singing the song on-pitch! This is another timeless classic. http://www.sheetmusicdirect.us/sheetmusic/song/1000039516/mary-janes-last-dance
  11. The following video is a guitar lesson which outlines how to play Eight Days a Week by The Beatles. This is a fantastic and fun song to play, and can be played starting at a beginner level! http://youtu.be/ZcxGTmXXeh8
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