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    Ambient Guitar/Mandolin Soundscape...recorded yesterday
    http://youtu.be/xWBwJUVBrpQ?list=PLC...y_h38-d-pJXvRC

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    So undeniably gorgeous. I long to make music like this!

    Right now I've got my eyes fixated on the Strymon pedals as I believe if I start there, I'll be able to branch out and start working with my guitar in my own ambient music more.

    Was there a reason why you went with the El Capistan over the TimeLine? Also, it looked like the reverb you were using was the Korg pedal...although I couldn't tell from the video.

    Anyway, back to your track...what a beautiful melodic (but short) journey that was. Thank you so much for sharing!

    Inspired.

    Cheers,
    -S1gns
    Synphaera Records
    Space | Time | Matter

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    • #3
      Originally posted by S1gnsOfL1fe View Post
      So undeniably gorgeous. I long to make music like this!

      Right now I've got my eyes fixated on the Strymon pedals as I believe if I start there, I'll be able to branch out and start working with my guitar in my own ambient music more.

      Was there a reason why you went with the El Capistan over the TimeLine? Also, it looked like the reverb you were using was the Korg pedal...although I couldn't tell from the video.

      Anyway, back to your track...what a beautiful melodic (but short) journey that was. Thank you so much for sharing!

      Inspired.

      Cheers,
      -S1gns
      Thanks! Yeah, you can't go wrong with the Strymon pedals. The amount of detail and variation in their tones is beautiful. I personally chose the El Cap over the Timeline for two reasons: I only really wanted Tape delay (I'm not big on analog delays) and it was $150 cheaper! I do like that the Timeline has presets though. The El Cap doesn't have presets although you can get a Favorite Switch which allows you to store one of your favorite settings (like I could keep a setting for "swells", for example).

      As for reverb, currently I am using the Hardwire RV7 for that (the Korg is my tuner). It is an okay reverb pedal but I am looking into the Strymon Blue Sky or a new pedal called the Liquid Ambience. It looks pretty awesome. Check out this demo of it:

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      • #4
        Beautiful piece and very inspiring to see you playing it "live".
        www.soundcloud.com/imifal | www.imifal.blogspot.se | www.imifal.bandcamp.com

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        • #5
          Thanks for checking it out. Glad you liked it.

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