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Which of these would be the right ones for Recording Session?

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by chaak, Nov 23, 2018.


  1. chaak

    chaak

    Apr 25, 2013
    now here
    Hello All,

    A bit of background information, going to be using a Spector NS-5H2 and a Fender AVRI 63'
    going through D.I. (Radial JDI) and a Darkglass Microtubes X7

    I play in an originals Rock Fusion band I'll be using tapping, double thumping, extremely fast runs, chords and slapping. I only play fingerstyle will not be using a pick.

    My signal will go through a bunch of pedals depending on passages and songs but those will be (i play synth as well using pedals):

    > MXR BOD
    > Meris Enzo
    > Meris Ottobit Jr.
    > Source Audio Manta Filter
    > Team Awesome Fuzz Machine
    > Retro-Sonic Phaser
    > Alexander Sky Fi
    > Darkglass Vintage Microtubes

    I have the following options:

    > For the 5 Strings Spector my choices are:

    Sadowsky Bright Nickel Blue 45-130 tapered
    or
    Fodera Medium Nickel 45-125
    or
    DR Sunbeams Medium 45-125
    or
    DR Hi-Beams Medium 45-125

    > For the Fender I am in a huge dilemma cause on one song which is almost a ballad I know flats would sound great especially that some parts I play two step feel walking lines and there are some jamerson-esque 16th note lines as well

    but on other tracks I need my P with rounds cause it really really cuts through and sounds old school at least through my Aguilar TH500 and I did get that from the Darkglass pedals too.

    so the options are:

    D'Addario Tapewounds
    Fender Flatwounds
    DR Pure Blues Victor Wooten 40-95


    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2018
  2. mmbongo

    mmbongo Dilly Dilly! Supporting Member

    Aug 5, 2009
    Carolinas
    Easy. Spector gets Hi Beams.

    Can't comment on the Fender. I'd just use the Spector for everything :)
     
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