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Drac

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Warpig Unwound:Grind Trials pt.II
« on: June 30, 2005, 12:16:12 AM »
Hello mates...
 Another Baritone Warpig test  flight...
Rumbling in A on the Vorpal Blade...Instrumental rhythm-thing called "Unwound"...
 please forgive the lame click track,
tried to keep things nice and simple...
One track ,  and a pot of strong coffee, hehehe...
 
 I'm digging my 'Pig...nothing but good things to say about my BK...
- thanks for giving it a spin-
hope you like!
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« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2005, 11:27:46 AM »
Sounds like there was plenty of sugar in that coffee as well.

What kind of strings (or steel cables) do you use?
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Drac

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Strings and things...
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2005, 11:59:29 AM »
Howdy-
 I tune to Baritone A below standard E-
gets loose as hell without making adjustments...
I'm gauged at .056,.052,.046,.036,.026,& .017-one plain string, the rest are wound. The tension & pluck factor are there,   essential because  in spite of my tuning, I prefer a 25" scale length (like prs/martin)...
 I've tried 27/28" Baritone scales, and choose the short scale for reach, and the "eyes off" factor- i'm used to 25.
 I've also fit Bari strings to my SG at one point - The Bass was .070-massive, but it starts turning into bass tone, and the edge went out the window, so now I use what would be to E strings  in a row  for my LowA & D...works for me...
 I've been using strings by a Danish Net butik called  
www.stringsite.com
-They make their own strings, they rock, and unlike everything else in DK,they are fair priced-
 You can order bulk sets for a discount on the already reasonable prices,
or order single strings in bulk, and make your own sets-
 this is what I do for my workshop-
I'm not interested in stocking a library of strings , because I don't have walk-in customers.I'm just the guitar guy- not a music store.
 I usually ask people when they bring me work to bring their own particular brand of strings, or  I use my bulk sets.
- and I make dangerously strong coffee, too.Just thinking about it is shuffling the contents of my innards-I like to put a little of it into my glass full of sugar.-I like my coffee crunchy, like my METAL.
hehehe-Drac
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Info update...
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2005, 02:54:59 PM »
For Yer Information...
- That string site is in Danish-they are working on an English language option,  but for the time bli'r det nødt at snakke, og forstå Dansk!-(speak and understand Danish, right!?)
-If  anyone is looking for a good price on bulk strings, I would gladly sit  in as an interpreter, and crunch numbers exchange rates,and prepare you to do it yourself from then on...-for absolutely no charge whatsoever, save for the warm fuzzy feeling and the karma credit...
-Last Time I bought here, I got the equivalent of 24 sets of strings in custom singles for 360 kroner, or approximately 32UK pund !-
-Gotta go play music now, but think it over, and ask yer mates to poolup a fat order, & it can be well worth it...
-ps: the strings are NOT made in DK- they are from the States, and I think they're just fine...Drac
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« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2005, 04:48:15 PM »
aHHHHHHHHHH Excellent growling and riffs
a little quality improvement than the previous clip
very cannibal but more modern sound
I apreciate it
Hails and thank´s
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you are the king of exotic and bizzarre guitar shapes.
Hails
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« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2005, 08:25:18 PM »
OOOO now thats down tuned :) really sweet track, riffs were nice and clear and the tone was awsome especially since it was so drop tuned.

Oh and i love the guitars you've posted on the other boards some very talented work *givs round of applaus* but yes keep up the good work and stay metal \m/ \m/
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« Reply #7 on: June 30, 2005, 08:50:37 PM »
Thanks for all the wisdom, Drac.
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