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Andy Timmons — Electric Gypsy (ver 2) Tab ELECTRIC GYPSY As recorded by Andy Timmons (From the Album THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW). Electric Gypsy. By Andy Timmons. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Electric Gypsy. Listen to Andy Timmons in full in the Spotify app. Play on. Stream Andy Timmons – Electric Gypsy by Yehoon Seong from desktop or your mobile device.
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Id like to adopt the right hand technique of Leonardo Guzman, he uses his fingers like a pianist, I use my whole arm to strike I rebuilt the peavey and replaced all caps and resistors and tubes. The main melody is repeated again but its cut short the second time around to start the outro solo.
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Clean as in the sound your electric guitar makes not plugged in but amplified with a little reverb. Third is with a big muff into effects loop. Also Abdy think I need to be able to improvise a little too but that is going to take really understanding where he is going with it. From there the signal goes into my fire wire unit via 2 xlr cables.
His timmmons is a lot darker and warmer than yours Jim, but he manages not to get it sounding muddy and still has clarity and definition.
I will keep practicing and learning. That is exactly what I wanted to suggest, mate! Thank you for your reply and help along my way Thanks to you Darius! Aug 16 PosterBoy View Member Profile.
This became a problem switching back and forth between guitars. It was 4am too so I don’t know. I would use that one with the bridge pickup I think – it’s not that bad. You can find more of me at https: Cosmin Lupu View Member Profile.
Andy Timmons — Electric Gypsy (ver 2) Tab
The bridge into main melody consists of an open E minor7 and andyy Hendrix style hammer on rhythm. I learned this song using two methods. Since the original amp did not put much gain out I opted for Groove Tube 10’s assuming the gnx4 would handle the gain. It has a very distinct Screaming F over the Emin7. You are playing everything at the same dynamic level.
The pre amp goes into a sonic maximizer then into the pedal board.
So I like basically 2 types of guitar sounds. Before any effects the dry guitar was hard to play. Without a load, voltages on the secondary of the output transformer can get so high they can arc and damage the transformer. The Setting in the gnx4 is a slightly modified Eric Johnson patch. It was like my brain wouldn’t accept it or something. I’m not sure if it was a bad idea, seemed fine with cabinets.
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Anyway the peavey has a balanced output that is the signal that goes into my firewire processor as the Right channel. My new setup does just that horray!
Galway, Ireland Member No.: Is it more difficult to control when playing? So in my effects loop if I want that sound I have to add a big muff style stompbox. Thanks cosmin, you have been a huge help. Usually, the tube amp responds as your hand is playing – you must get acquainted to this idea and start controlling it.
I was a Boss GT guy and every tone in those boxes sounded like butter, in comparison to any tube amp – by this I mean that playing felt effortless, but in the same time, it was linear IMG: I think keeping it in my repitoire will help me get a better grasp on confidence to play it.
The 4th one – I don’t think that one is ok – it sounds artificial and with too many highs. Appreciate it Oh one main problem I had was trying to mimic his tone, it is clear and not overdriven much but sometimes it was. This area I need to work more on. Ok so keep in mind that I lost my cabinets because of space. I do have some decent condensor microphones but with only the traynor producing a little muddy tone it seemed best to record with balanced outs. The Left channel in my recording mix comes from the balanced output from the Gnx4.
Thanks cosmin I’m gonna experiment tonight. This solo still needs a little work but I had to eventually just shoot and run with what I could. Just so I’m clear. I think that this would be the next step in your journey with this tune IMG: Andy is using a tube amp most likely and a lot of those dynamics come from his hands – his tone is crunchy, but when he hits lightly it sounds cleaner and when he attacks with more aggressiveness, it will sound angrier.
The first example is clean no tube screamer, second with tube screamer.
Aug 14 However, your amp has a solid state final and as long as you have head phones plugged in you are OK. Let me know if you think the tone has changed at all.