Dogs tone (Pink Floyd cover)

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stevie_m
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Dogs tone (Pink Floyd cover)

Post by stevie_m » March 5th, 2016, 8:44 pm

Tone warriors,

Looking for your help in deciding which tone is best for my cover of Pink Floyd's classic "Dogs".

Dry/Lo-Gain: https://soundcloud.com/stephan-mathos/d ... ne/s-QC9IK

Rotary/Hi-Gain: https://soundcloud.com/stephan-mathos/d ... -2/s-jSVTE

Which version sounds better? Thanks in advance for any and all input!

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Re: Dogs tone (Pink Floyd cover)

Post by Cloudyifr » March 6th, 2016, 6:35 am

Original.

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Re: Dogs tone (Pink Floyd cover)

Post by stevie_m » March 7th, 2016, 2:54 pm

Thanks. Thoughts from anyone else? This driving me nuts.

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Re: Dogs tone (Pink Floyd cover)

Post by Guitar Noise » March 7th, 2016, 11:38 pm

To my ears the original sounds better. Although the second version sounds like how David Gilmour might play the song live these days. On his recent live album he made a few solos a bit heavier: Echoes, Time and Comfortably Numb come to mind. I like your first version, but the second could sound great played live.
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