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  • LITTLE RED PUZZLE/My Way/マイ・ウェイ TREBLY THREE PIECE R&R BAND! LITTLE RED PUZZLE! PV My Way
  • Line 6 Pod HD500 - Classic Distortion Proco Rat Demo Here is the classic distortion. It is based on the Proco Rat and it is mean. I find it to be very trebly and have to really turn down the treble to keep it usable. I also have the gain at like 45% so it can be much nastier. It is a good chunky rock pedal though. Winner in my book!
  • Rush Dreamline Bass & Pedals Cover.mpg Rush Dreamline cover with bass and MIDI pedals. I'll work on adding vocals to the bass and pedal parts... Using Ric O Sound feature, stereo split signal running bass pickup through Sansamp PSA-1 for thick, heavy sound, and treble pickup through Sansamp RBI for trebly growl, bite, and presence. When combined it makes for a great sound. MIDI pedals run through Roland XV 5050 synth.
  • Unit 3 and Venus (Renee Sloan?) - Scott Baio CHOOSE: Watch in High Quality. Leave a comment. The Poorman from KROQ interviews family band (father, mother, daughter, uncle) for Cable TV's South Coast Live during the mid-80's. Venus was only 9 here, but I heard she grew up, changed her name to Renee, and married Scott Baio on TV this year. Ha. I don't know what happened to Patty, Henree, and Uncle Jay, so please leave a comment with info and updates. I notice the audio is a little trebly, so feel free to upload a better sounding version of this song. There were no other versions on youtube, so I put this up until another copy is uploaded. I "sweetened" it with photos of Cheapy Cheater Chachi, the man who broke little Venus' heart when he "...kicked that Teddy Bear". I have 2 or 3 other videos by U3V and the rest of their in-depth interview by The Poorman from the 1st episode of cable TV's South Coast Live circa 1984. As far as I know, Scott and Renee (Venus?) are still living in wedded bliss. And no, the part of the father (Henree) was not played by Johnny V.
  • Lovepedal Kalamazoo - The Lovepedal Kalamazoo is the newest creation from one of the most acclaimed boutique manufacturers in the industry. If youve been following what Lovepedal has done over the years, then the Lovepedal Kalamazoo will be a welcome addition to your pedal board. This steers overdrive in a new direction. Of course, since it is hand built by Lovepedal with high quality components, there is a warmth and transparency that sets it heads and shoulders above the hordes of boutique overdrive pedals. The Lovepedal Kalamazoo is unique in that is has two tone controls that will allow you to shape your overdrive to the specifics of your guitar and rig. The Level knob controls the amount of signal and the Drive knob controls the level of overdrive. This super smooth overdrive allows you to have controllable highs, so no more trebly fizz or unwanted icepick treble. Just smooth and sweet singing highs. The Glass knob allows you to increase treble without cutting bass, and allows you also to tune your drives tone to different amplifiers. The Tone knob allows you to soften the treble content. This effectively creates a tone control in series with a treble boost, which provides a sonic presence that will simply knock you out. -
  • "Heartbreaker" [w/ Backing Track] Using the "Heartbreaker" backing track from As for tone, I'm using the Line 6 Toneport UX2 on a Marshall Plexi setting (although my tone knob on the guitar was down to around 4.5....I wish it was a tad more trebly). Recorded using free Audacity software.
  • amr diab - tamally maak featuring syed a great song by Amr Diab... (always with you) testing out my new guitar effects processor. still trying to get the equalizer settings properly set, hence the trebly solo. hope you like it (next song is Elissa - Lebanese nights) also - any requests for guitar solo overdubs? :D
  • Distortion and Clean on Dimarzio X2N These are some clean and distorted riffs made up by me. I know the distortion sounds XTRA trebly but thats the webcams fault and please forgive my sloppy playing as the vid was shot at 6am You guys are prolly gonna hate the distortion riffs cos of the treble but do watch the vid up to the clean riffs where things start to get a little interesting. Hope you enjoy and constructive criticism is highly appreciated Do subscribe if you wish to, I am more of a guitar tech than a player cos i never had a teacher. I have been playin fr about 3 years and I know that I am not that great. I am still learnin you know :P Peace TFKofBD
  • Spasm - Schism (Live @ Crossroads '09) Our attempt at covering Tool's Grammy Award winning masterpiece! We know it looks like sound check before the show at night... but sadly its not! So do take into consideration the sound system... We forgot to get the mixer to turn up the treble on the bass and to bring down the treble on the guitar! Which would explain the booming bass and the trebly squeaky guitar!
  • TREBLY ROBOT live at UFO FACTORY DETROIT TREBLY ROBOT opening for LAURA MAES ufo factory detroit 2009!!!
  • Me playing 'Homage For Satan' by Deicide I learnt this by ear so i dont have the tab. I know its not 100% perfect (mainly because i only have 22 frets!) but its a decent effort. it was recorded on a *** camera so i know the sound is abit trebly too. enjoy! :-)
  • Affectronix Vintage Boost Original (Clean) This is the original Vintage Boost. The first one ever made, the prototype. Its a bit harsh and trebly. In my opinion, the new model which has the mods for Mike beats this thing.
  • Blackface Fender Super Reverb with Weber 10A150, a great amp and speaker match ! Check for amp tricks and mods. These speakers are fantastic in the Super Reverb. The Super is quite sharp and trebly. The 10A150s sound dark and have punchy mids that suits the Super Reverb well. A great amp and speaker match. The speakers also handle boost pedals well such as Tubescreamer and Xotic RC Booster.
  • Fat Lip by Sum 41 On Guitar ack! Bad haircut in this vid. Also it's little bit to trebly compared to how I would do it now. I made this about ten months ago. Oh well, live and learn. I play an Epiphone SG and use a Boss ME-50 for effects.
  • Here Comes Treble-talentLESS show Well this is my youth group ANTHEM and we have talent-LESS shows and this is one of the acts. xD Pretty hilarious actually. :] and this was at like 3 or 4 am. yeah it was a lock-in so NO SLEEPING! :D
  • pickup covers: covered vs open coils This is a comparison of how a humbucker sounds with and without the metal pickup cover. The guitar used was an epiphone G400. This is with the bridge pickup. I did this in an attempt to see if the cover affected the sound or not. To my ears I could not tell much of a difference. The uncovered pickup sounded slightly more trebly and open, but not by much. If you are thinking of doing this to change the sound of your guitar, I wouldn't recommend doing it. I would only do this if the guitar would look better with the open coils. recorded through a zoom h4n with an sm57 amp was a peavey vavleking head I used the bridge pickup of the epiphone g400
  • Harp Amplification -- Using a splitter to play thru two amps using Delay for a psedo-stereo effect Route your mic into an eq pedal. Output of eq pedal goes into the splitter. Channel A goes from splitter straight into a cranked tube amp. Channel B goes from the splitter into a delay pedal set for a short single slapback echo. From the delay it goes into a crunchy solid state amp. Choose two amps that are about the same wattage (here both are about 4 to 5 watts), but set the volume a little higher on the the non-delayed amp (here, the tube amp). Set the non-delayed amp to have a bit less treble response, and set the delayed amp to have a bit less bass (here this just works becasue the tube amp is naturally bassy, and the pignose is naturally trebly). This all contributes to the 3-D "stereo" effect, which is really much more pronounced in person than as recorded in mono by a crappy computer mic.
  • Boss AC-2 vs Behringer AM100 I recently bought a Boss Ac-2 and have put the Behringer AM100 on Ebay. Before it went I thought I'd do a straight comparison video as I hadn't seen one on Youtube. I have to say that neither of these pedals sound convincingly like an acoustic but they are handy to have. Its played through an Epiphone Les Paul Standard through both pickups with the volume backed off and the tone evened out. I find if the guitar is turned right up you get a horrible trebly type distortion when you strum hard. The pedal output goes straight to an audio interface and into Garageband so there is no Amp. The settings I have left in the same position on both pedals to give a straight like for like comparison, I had to turn the Am100 level up though as it seems a lot quieter than the Boss. The popping noise when I engage the AM100 happens every time you turn the pedal on. Last time I looked the Behringer AM100 was £22.99 and the Boss was £89.00 although I paid £27 for mine on Ebay.
  • Marshall JCM 800 2203 - Gain Breakdown '97 Marshall JCM800 2203 (this is NOT a reissue) into a Framus Cobra 4x12 with Celestion Greenbacks. Bass - 4, Mids - 6, Treble - 8, Presence - 5.5, Master - 1. Sorry if it's a bit trebly, didn't realize it was up that high haha.
  • MOV03326 why is my bypassed signal with the J&H not that good? a comparison of the bypass signal from a guitar directly plugged into the amp and my newly acquired Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde V2.. the amps settings, err.. actually the treble of the Pathfinder is set very low, if not zero.. and the bass was extremely high.. that's why my guitar-amp sound was fairly bassy.. but the bypassed signal with the J&H has still too trebly.. like a telecaster.. what could be my problem?.. i need your help.. both cables used were brand new..
  • Affectronix Vintage Boost Original (Dirty) This is the original Vintage Boost. The first one ever made, the prototype. Its a bit harsh and trebly. In my opinion, the new model which has the mods for Mike beats this thing.
  • Ocean - Joe Laming cover My 'lil bro playing John Butler's Ocean on a 6 string with a dodgey pickup hence overly trebly sound (EQ on amp = 10 bass, 0 mid, 0 treble).
  • Marshall JCM 800 2203 - Boosted With Maxon OD808 '97 Marshall JCM800 2203 (this is NOT a reissue) into a Framus Cobra 4x12 with Celestion Greenbacks. Bass - 4, Mids - 6, Treble - 8, Presence - 5.5, Master - 1. Sorry if it's a bit trebly, didn't realize it was up that high haha. Maxon OD808 is set at: Gain - 0, Volume - Max, Tone: 1 o'clock
  • HD - Heer Ranjha - Noor Jehan & Munir Hussain - Wanjli WalaRya - Original Print Heer Ranjha is a classic and needs no introduction so i'll first say something about various prints available in market. Just like the prints of Daman aur Chingari, Afsana Zindagi ka aur a few others in which processing companies have increased so much yellow tint that its only painful to eyes. Tip Top has messed a lot of movies like removing songs from the prints (eg removed 2 songs from Deewana, 2 songs from Mahel, 2 songs from Shaheed, Mitti diyan Moortan, Guddi Gudda and more) They not only yellow-processed Heer Ranjha but also added jhankar in some songs though it was never needed. Khwaja Khurshid Anwar marhoom had already worked excellent on trebly aspect of songs as it was his first Punjabi venture and he never wanted it to be meager in music atleast. He did a lot of innovations in Heer Ranjha like in this duet you can listen to both the singers sticking to their lines @3:25 after the last stanza..earlier in duets we used to listen only one singer saying his/her line while other remaining quiet and wait for turn. Khwaja sahab wants to give it spontaneity or natural look so he allowed Munir to carry on O' naina walariay and at the same time Noor Jehan also carried on O' wanjli walaRya.. @nd thing Khwaja sahab did in Heer Ranjha is again breaking the tradition. Heer Waris Shah was also sung with single string instrument ( ik-tara ) before this movie in Indo-Pak But Khwaja sahab added rhythm (tabla) with Heer recitation and believe me it doesnt feel odd at all. Khwaja ...
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  • DethtrappE Demo - The Wrath of the Evil Wizard A few mistakes here and/or there, and the recording quality is very bad, not to mention the truly epic ending was most tragically lost, but these travesties notwithstanding, this is my latest guitar video. Any strange movements are an attempt to get my hair out of my mouth/nose. At some stage I will record this with other instruments and I will iron out the mistakes, but this is how it is for now. The equipment and settings I used is as follows: Jackson JS30RR (upgraded with EMG 81/60 pickups) - Boss ML-2 Metal Core; level 10 o'clock, low 1 o'clock, high 12 o'clock, dist. 7' o'clock. I am really using this as a booster pedal rather than a distortion pedal, a job for which it is not ideal, but new equipment is in the pipeline. - Line 6 Spider II 15: "Crunch" setting, drive 5 o'clock, bass 11 o'clock, mid 5 o'clock, treble 5 o'clock, channel volume 5 o'clock, master volume 8 o'clock (this amp, unlike most amps, does NOT sound best cranked. The sound becomes thin and too trebly, and if you turn down treble you lose sustain, so don't crank), chorus effect off, delay effect set to "tape echo" at about 1 o'clock. If you happen to own this equiptment I assure you it sounds better with your own ears then via a crappy mobile phone recording.
  • Mini-Meat harp amplifier Here is an example of the Mini-Meteor harp-voiced amplifier produced by Scott Berberian at . Please listen to a variety of other players and samples before judging the amp as this is just a little taste with one of a variety of settings, eg, Meat-input (as opposed to the meatier input), low volume, with tone and presence at about 7. The Golden Melody harmonica I play is a bit trebly and raspy by definition and the bass is low on the dial on this little video.
  • PRS, BB+, tapping, trebly ...buckethead era
  • Bass big muff demo This is my demo of the bass big muff using a musicman stingray and a dean razorback. I find that this pedal is very responsive to the type of bass you use as well as the EQ. The dean is very trebly and the stingray is very bassy without adjustment, even though I maximized treble and minimized bass on both. The beauty of this pedal is you dial in the perfect sound using the knobs on the pedal, and then you can adjust it many different ways using the EQ on your amp. I'm using an acoustic 8x10 stack with an acoustic 600 watt head.
  • Metallica Puppets medley cover Mesa Boogie Mark IIC+ SORRY FOR TREBLY SOUND, RICHER IN PERSON. CRAPPY MIC. GAVE BORROWED CAMCORDER BACK SO COULDN'T RECORD OVER AGAIN. It is a Les Paul Standard with EMG 81 at bridge, 85 at neck, Boss noise suppressor pedal in effects loop, and a nady eq. It's not that tinny in person...hard to really reproduce how it sounds, but you can read between the lines.
  • TC Chorus and ***ogman Comprossor - Faux Leslie Vibratone effect here, i'm using a TC Chorus with the toggle switch in the middle (pitch modulator) at a high speed rate to get that Faux Vibratone (Leslie 16) sound that's been popularized by Harrison, Clapton, SRV and many others. i have a real Vibratone at home, and it's pretty close, and easier to carry ;) The trick here is to get a smooth slightly overdriven tone before going to the chorus. To achieve this i'm cascading the 2 clean channels of the zvex onto my ***ogman Comprossor. That thing can really smooth out the nasty trebly peaks of the zvex while keeping a natural transparent bass response. I'm playing my old beat up Strat through a nice blackface Deluxe Reverb set clean at about 3.
  • Rush Double Agent.mpg Cover of Double Agent - I lose the time change right at the end, but I don't have time for multiple takes! Using Ric O Sound feature, stereo split signal running bass pickup through Sansamp PSA-1 for thick, heavy sound, and treble pickup through Sansamp RBI for trebly growl, bite, and presence. When combined it makes for a great sound.
  • Clutch - A Shogun Named Marcus - Bass One of their best tunes. It's the first track from Transnational Speedway League. Used some light compression and a more trebly tone this time. Usually I use less treble, more mids. I also usually use some overdrive for Clutch, but not this time. Standard EADG tuning.
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  • Krankhafte Phantasten - Krankhafte Phantasten For fans of the all the trebly stuff from the first Savage Republic album, here is Krankhafte Phantasten, who had members from New York, Berlin and Tokyo. Recorded live on a walkman under the George Washington Bridge (Manhattan side) sometime between 1980-2, and self-released on 7". I love the ending, where it sounds like the tape ran out/Walkman stopped working.
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  • Rush Distant Early Warning.mpg My attempt at Distant Early Warning on the Rickenbacker bass. Love playing this one. Using Ric O Sound feature, stereo split signal running bass pickup through Sansamp PSA-1 for thick, heavy sound, and treble pickup through Sansamp RBI for trebly growl, bite, and presence. When combined it makes for a great sound. MIDI pedals run through Roland XV 5050 synth.
  • Seymour Duncan JB and Jazz vs. stock pickups in an Epiphone Les Paul I didn't like the muddiness of the stock pickups in my Epiphone Les Paul so I opted for a switch to the Seymour Duncan hot rodded humbucker set (JB bridge and Jazz neck). The Peavey Royal 8 amp settings were identical for the pre and post switch clips and all four pots were at 10. The tone is now much brighter and more trebly with the Duncans and they distort much more readily than the Epi pickups at similar settings. If you find the JB and Jazz a bit harsh on these clips remember that the brightness and gain can easily be rolled off with the volume and tone pots on the guitar. With the stock pups I was always at 10.
  • Barefoot Boys - "The Trebly" Barefoot Boys at the Saugerties Hudson Valley Garlic Festival 9-27-2010 Rick Hill, Tom White, and Rich Bala
  • impro - lace chrome domes test testing my new lace chrome domes, again ;-) it's a bit chaotic impro but it gives an idea of what kind of sound you can get with those pickups. my guitar came to live, at last! :-) it's a custom made strat (ntb) so it's got more middle and less pronounced highs. the result is a bit trebly, though - i put too much treble on the amp. i'm quite happy with it anyway. if you have any questions - don't hesitate to ask ;-)
  • Rush The Spirit of Radio.mpg Cover of The Spirit of Radio by Rush. Used Ric O Sound feature, stereo split signal running bass pickup through Sansamp PSA-1 for thick, heavy sound, and treble pickup through Sansamp RBI for trebly growl, bite, and presence. When combined it makes for a great sound. MIDI pedals run through Roland XV 5050 synth.
  • 976-KVLT Black Metal / Doom Distortion / Fuzz Pedal I sometimes put these on Ebay, so search for KVLT or Phosphene Audio. While working on another pedal(976-Punk, see my other clips), I accidentally used the wrong input coupling cap, resulting in a more trebly sound than normal, though definitely a sound I liked. Since the pedal used a switch to select treble or bass emphasis, I also put in a larger than normal cap for the LO setting. Following the naming convention of the previous pedal, I called this one 976-KVLT. Artwork by J. Roman. In the clip, I start with the tone switch on the Hi setting, changing to Lo around 1:45. I switch to bass guitar around 2:35.