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I have a bit of time on my hands lately, so I thought I'd try my Boss GT-1 as a guitar recording interface today. I'm fairly pleased with how it worked out.

In the following track, the clean lead guitar and octave fuzz were done with the GT-1. The rhythm guitar track was an existing track done with IKMultimedia's Amplitube 4. The bass is an upright bass VST, and the drums are actually a live player for a change. The rhythm guitar, bass and drums were from a previous session I did.

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Fun tune. Reminds me of 60’s super hero shows. I was just thinking it needed some screaming organ then you hit it with the synth. Any lag using the GT-1?
 

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Fun tune. Reminds me of 60’s super hero shows. I was just thinking it needed some screaming organ then you hit it with the synth. Any lag using the GT-1?
Am I correct in assuming the "synth" is one of the GT-1 presets and played on guitar?

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The synthy sounding bit IS guitar - nothing too fancy really. It’s just a fuzz. I copied the track and ran a pitch shift down an octave on on it. What you hear is the original fuzz signal and the octave below mixed together.
 
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