These guitars are for sale at http://www.gregsguitars.de
(please check: if it is still available you can see more photos and infos. In case the guitar has been sold, you do not find it anymore on the website.)
- clean amp sound: Fender Vibroverb amp (original 1963), plus additional:
- TC "Ditto" Looper
- Okko Diablo "Gregor Hilden Signature Model" (available in my webshop)
- Vahlbruch "Spacetime Tap" Delay (available in my webshop)
- TC Polytune Tuner
- AKG D 320 B mic into a Behringer Xendix 1002 FX mixing desk ( Reverb No. 7 from the Behringer).
I'm recording direct to the camera (Sony HDV 1080i or Zoom Q2 sometimes). The live mix video/audio is ready on the camera card then and will be uploaded to You Tube.
I'm using - Dunlop Delrin 2.0 Picks
Informationen zu den Gitarren, FAQs, Fotos, Preisangaben etc. gibt es auf meiner Homepage: http://www.gregsguitars.de
Okko- und Vahlbruch Pedale, Chickenpicks-Plektren sind auch bei mir im Angebot und ständig auf Lager.
For FAQs and more detailed information on the instruments presented here / close-up fotos, pricings etc, please go to my http://www.gregsguitars.de/en/
Okko Diablo Overdrive / Vahlbruch Spacetime Delay Pedal / Chickenpicks also available
You are welcome to ask any questions about the items for sale on my sales page, I will try to answer as soon as I can. Please understand that I can not take the time anymore to answer questions like "Do you think Mexican Fenders are better than Korean Epiphones" or "What's your favourite stompbox under $ 100?" and other general gear-questions. I understand that the casual and informal way of internet communication is inviting to ask anything you ever wanted to know about guitars. However, I get about 150 emails a day (!) just like these, it would take many hours each day just to respond to all these general questions. That is simply impossible to do. However, questions related to items on my inventory I'll try to answer quickly
Allgemeine Fragen zu Gitarren und Amps:
Inzwischen habe ich über 10000 Gitarrenvideos erstellt, und die Leute denken natürlich nicht ganz zu Unrecht: "Der kann mir sicher ein paar gute Tipps geben", oder immer beliebter: Fragen beantworten, zu einer Gitarre, die gerade günstig bei Ebay ersteigert wurde und etwas merkwürdig aussieht... Das Problem ist allerdings, dass ich inzwischen jeden Tag an die 150 derartige Mails mit allgemeinen Fragen aus der ganzen Welt bekomme... ("welche Epiphone kannst Du empfehlen..., "...was ist der Unterschied zwischen einer Custom-Shop-Les-Paul und einer normalen...", "..welche Strat-Pickups soll ich in meine Road-Worn einbauen", "..was ist der Unterschied zwischen einer Vintage-Fender/Gibson und einer Reissue ..".
Ich habe eine ganze Zeit jeden Tag solche Mails beantwortet - und im Einzelfall wäre dies auch kein Problem. Aber, sorry, in diesem Umfang geht das leider nicht mehr! Nehmt es also bitte nicht persönlich wenn ich solche allgemeinen Fragen deshalb grundsätzlich nicht beantworten kann! vieles steht bereits in den "FAQ" Seiten
Spezielle Fragen zum Equipment in meinem Shop beantworte ich natürlich weiterhin gerne. Bei umfassenden Fragen/Beratungen lieber auch telefonisch als per Mail. Und ich bekomme so auch einen viel besseren Eindruck über die Wünsche und Vorstellungen des Kunden weil man direkt auch gezielt nachfragen-, Empfehlungen geben kann etc. . Am WE oder abends anrufen ist auch kein Problem - nur in der Mittags zeit von 12:00 bis 14:30 bin in nicht erreichbar!
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