Just recording some acoustic guitars from my home studio for a friend’s project. Really pleasantly surprised by using a sm57 pointed towards the body to get a bit more ‘bottom’…I had never used a dynamic mic to record acoustics before, and it seems to add quite a bit of ‘weight’ to the sound, so I think I will do this again. These are featured guitars, in a solo piece…it might not work for ‘strumming’ where you just want the presence and the top end to add some sparkle to the track…I guess it’s all about experimenting and judging on a song-by-song basis. For this particular project I have combined the DI sound with 2 mics, one AKG condenser mic and the usual SM57.
I could listen to Larry play all day. I also think he has a great way to deliver the message with subtle irony that I always envied as a teacher…great stuff.
I figure we would all be able to concur that there is a gigantic distinction between a premium longboard, and a poor one. We can presumably likewise concur that in the event that you are new at longboarding. It can be anything but difficult to purchase the wrong one.
We got you secured. As a group of longtime longboarders, we went ahead to make a rundown of our supreme most loved loads up on a financial plan. Best Longboards for Beginners 2018 On this rundown, you will discover a board fitting for you. In any case on the off chance that you lean toward downhill, freeride or simply doing traps.
Supervisor’s Pick – 44-inch Quest Super Cruiser Bamboo Longboard
When considering Quest a longboard maker, 2 things tend to ring a bell. Quality and splendid outline. They may not be the greatest longboard mark there is, but rather they still can’t seem to make an awful board. This board differs from whatever is left of the longboards from Quest in 1 way, however. It’s distinctive on the grounds that it’s the best they at any point made, by and large.
44-Inch bamboo and hardwood longboard
- The wonderful incentive for cash
- Perfect for a longboarding
- Best general board
- Volador 42-inch Freeride Longboard
Best longboard freeride
Freeriding is unquestionably getting to be a standout amongst the most well-known kinds of longboarding, And that is exceptionally justifiable. Individuals have dependably appreciated the general thought of opportunity, and what preferable approach to express it over on a freeride longboard, with only you, your board and the street to stress over.
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- Maple deck
- 70mm valador wheels, 51mm wide
- Aluminum trucks
- Perfect for cruising
Iota Drop-Through Longboard (41-Inch)
On the off chance that you are appearing to be unified with the street, at that point this may be precisely what you need. There are such simplicity and smoothness in the way this board handles the street. It’s fantastic adaptability and ricochet makes a relatively gliding inclination when riding it, be it on a declining slant or just out and about. It impeccably retains the street, regardless of if it’s uneven, smooth or harsh, it just ends up one with it.
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- Full maple board
- Ultra Low
- Ideal for downhill. Additionally functions admirably to carve and freeriding.
- Segment 9 Aperture Sidewinder Drop Through Longboard
- Segment 9 skateboard
In the event that speed is the thing that you a searching for in a longboard, at that point this is a perfect decision. The level streamlined plan gives it an edge over most sheets as far as speed. This is additionally why it’s not a perfect fledgling board but rather ideal for the halfway or prepared longboarder.
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- Work for speed
- Perfect for moderate or prepared longboarders
- Ideal for downhill, cruising and freeride
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Rumble Drop-through Longboard (41-inch)
Rumble does it again, and this one may simply be the best they have ever constructed at this cost. Pocket Changed This board has a low form, cut sides and sensibly freewheels which make it ideal for cruising.
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- Ideal for cruising and downhill
- quick and incredible taking care of
- Perfect for apprentices and middle of the road guests
Again this is going to start from very simple comping concepts to go towards more complex stuff, not only in terms of chord choice, but also rhythmically.
I might post some preview soon…still early days…
I am thinking ‘Contemporary Blues Chords and Comping’ as a title…again, it might change.
Obviously this is going to be available in English and in Italian.