Episode 13 - Neil McDougall's Review Of Line 6 Variax's Acoustic Modeling

This is episode 13 of The Metal Shop Podcast! In this episode, special guest Neil McDougall gives a review of the Line 6 Variax's acoustic guitar modeling capabilities.


Last week's question is about the recording of Nirvana's "Bleach" album. How many tracks were available in the studio that they recorded the album in during the 1992 recording sessions?

The correct answer is that it was recorded on an 8 track machine. All the drums, guitars bass, and vocals on that album were done using only 8 tracks. No one submitted a correct answer to last week's question, so we move on. Don't forget that a winning answer gets you a copy of my solo album "Orphan".


This week's trivia question is about Metallica (yet again, what can I say, I love them!) In the documentary "Some Kind Of Monster", james is talking about blowing his voice out on the black album. What song does he say he blew it out on?

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[All music in this episode was original music that I, Brandon S. Hire, had a hand in writing and recording, except for the bumper music to the Line 6 Variax review, which is a song called "See Me" from Neil McDougall. The same song is played in full at the end of the episode. The music bed at the beginning and end of the show was created specifically for this podcast]

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