I made the obligatory AC/DC cover with my SG ;)

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  1. InlineSix

    InlineSix New Member

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    I know everyone who owns an SG has done this already but I wanted to try my new BIAS amp software so I thought why not... I messed up the solo a bit but I couldn't be bothered to do it again. Hope you guys like it :)

     
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    Now get out your Gretsch and play the other 50% of the ac/dc sound.
     
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  3. InlineSix

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    Good idea, I'll have to go out and buy one first though...
     
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    Sounds good, and I like that you chose one of their less well known songs.

    Now you need to do the obligatory Sabbath cover.

    Welcome to the forum. :thumb:
     
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    + rip out one of the pickups.
     
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    Am I wrong in that I never played any AC/DC on my SGs, or Black Sabbath ?
    Should I consult ?
     
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    I had almost no idea who those bands were before I joined the forum.
     
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    What do your taste run towards musically Biddlin?
     
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    Biddlin Well-Known Member

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    Al DiMeola, Carlos Santana, Gabor Szabo, Wes Montgomery, Al Caiola, Johnny Winter, Junior Brown, Da Brat, Jimi, Stephen Stills, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, Charlie Byrd.

     
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    No. The constant affiliation to SGs and AC/DC is annoyingly overcooled. Gawd, there are 1000s of SG players. And a great part of the ACDC sound is that incredible one pickup Malcom machine.
     
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    Nice playing :yesway:
    One of the most underrated songs by one of the greatest bands on the planet

    Also, can I just say you absolutely nailed that tone. Sounds just like the super trebly '77 Angus
     
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    Thanks Didds!

    I was quite happy with the tone as well, I'd been fiddling with it the entire afternoon last saturday to try and get it right :p I'd never used amp simulator software like this before but it's a lot of fun trying out the different sounds you can achieve.
     
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