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Motorhead guitarist joins TonePrint roster
Campbell has introduced three different TonePrints which will be used for delay, vibrato and chorus giving him the same authentic and unique sound that comes with a Motorhead record or live performance.
MI Pro reports that the guitarist has introduced a Flashback Delay TonePrint, Shaker Vibrato TonePrint and a chorus selection.
The former, called Bichon Frisse, is what Campbell uses on lead solos and is an ideal sound for those classic guitar riffs that are seminal with any form of hard rock.
The Shaker Vibrato, dubbed Roger's Bitch, gives reminiscent tones of early Hendrix, while the Corona Chorus provides a sweet edge perfect for combining with dirty sounds.
Musicians can purchase these sounds for the TC Electronic website or through the TonePrint app.
Motorhead released their last album, The World Is Yours, in 2010 and have already begun recording a yet unnamed follow-up record.
Posted by AW.Posted on 28 Mar 2013 09:51 to category : Instruments News
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