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The Sailor's Bonnet
Irish Reel
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December 30, 2019 - 9:06 pm
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Just playing around with this new pick up. Nice to add reverb to the sound after it's recorded. No feedback! Nice! 

 

This is a traditional Irish reel . Reels are in 4/4 while jigs are generally in 6/8. Beat 4 and 4 can be accentuated for effect. 

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December 30, 2019 - 10:46 pm
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A bit of reverb does add depth to the sound,

Well done.

 

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Nice playing!  I like that tune.  Are you having to use a preamp or going straight into your interface with the pickup?  The reverb sounds good..  Is that one of the waves plugins?

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Thanks guys for the comments!  GregW It's kinda funny that I have all of these reverb plugins and I ended up using the cheap reverb in Vegas before I exported it.That reverb is about as basic as it gets but it sounded best with this 🙂 Goes to show that simple is often best.

I'm going direct into one of the 1/4" inputs on my Focusrite Scarlett. I really like this pick up because it can easily be removed and the pick up fits into the bridge!

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