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Author Topic: New Album - "Lust, Worship, and Desire" out NOW!  (Read 1167 times)

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Chip Roberts

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Here's the latest offering from Dual Analog! 

I originally had written up the whole signal chain, but that took up a lot of space.  Rhythm guitars were done via Soldano modded Jet City JCA100H with a Boss SD1, except for a few songs with a Peavey TG Raxx into the FX return of a Line 6 Spider Valve 112.

Lead and clean guitars were all MP1 into B200S.


For the metal guys, I recommend "Portal of Jade" and "Into the Unknown." For the New Wave guys, check out "Among the Living" and "Dynasties Behind."

Rack of Death:
MP1 v2.01/Roland GP8/Boss NS50/ADA B200s

Boss TU2, Mooer Pitchbox, Boss BF2, Boss CE5, MXR EVH Phase 90, Behringer HB01 Wah/ART X15 Ultrafoot/

Custom 2X12 with WGS Retro 30/HM75

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Hey Chip,

     Congrats man! I just listened to the whole release, and it's very good.  :thumb-up: It makes a great listen. At different times through the album, it made me wonder if I was listening to Yes, or Duran Duran, or Giant.
    Excellent composition and performance.

Harley 8)
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I'm only about 4 songs in, but yeah, I'm getting a Duran Duran vibe at times too. Not a bad thing at all...I guess I'm new wave, lol. No John Taylor bass parts tho, just something different, and more guitars  :headbanger:

Sounds great, Chip! Nice work. You and your buddy (keyboard guy) seem to be a good team. That's awesome. Nice small band to deal with, eh?

I need to drag a guitar to Seattle sometime, I have a few friends up there & I usually go up once a year for a Seahawk game. It's a short flight from Sacramento, 1 hour, I usually do the whole round trip in a day :) I got a bass player and drummer guy I know in that crowd.
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