OMG, I certainly need an MBrace so I can use electric midi guitar during my set - - - this is an awesome invention as long as one uses a sturdy tripod mic stand - I'll be using one of my HD Tama stands.
This list is an amazing resource, glad I signed up, thanks for this tip!
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 15:49:58 -0800
Subject: Re: How to play bass track with guitar ?
or you could have a bass right there beside you as well. I'm trying out a looping set up with a bass on a stand, wearing the acoustic with a lap steel beside me. mixers and AB pedals galore. very complicated with vox set up. I had 2 loopers in the mix at one time but they weren't synchable so there was drift. just another suggestion.... good luck.
On Wednesday, December 11, 2013 4:28 PM, Rusty Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I use a boss oc3 octave pedal.
There are three settings, but two that are more useful.
There is a straight octave, which you can use to lay down a bass
track, Phil Keaggy uses this.
Also a feature called multi or something like this which allows you to
play chords on the guitar, and you can have the bass on certain notes.
So, use an octave pedal.
On 12/11/13, Marc <email@example.com> wrote:
> On some loops, it can be cool to have a bass part with the drum on the
> but switching from guitar to bass and return to guitar can be a little too
> long on stage.
> Did you have a solution to play a bass part with your guitar ?
> (I've tried with my HOG, and with Octavers/Harmonizers, it is far from a
> bass sound, even a synth bass sound...)
> Roland VG ?
> Sound to midi interface like http://www.sonuus.com/G2M, connected in midi
> with a expander ?
> All your knowledge is welcome.