Rob Guz: Theme from Blade Runner movie on 11-stringed guitar



Just a short and brief "diary" video from my work with my guitar-rigg. In this video I’m testing two Electro-Harmonix Synth 9 pedals, separated into two of my six Digtech GSP Studio Tube 2101s. (I’m testing these pedals in mix with: cleand sound, overdrive sound, pitch sound etc etc … I’m leaving out details about mix, panning etc.)
… And why not testing these two pedals – day 2 of testing these pedals – with a cool "cross over": this beautiful theme in combination of playing it in Holdsworthian "school"? …

The gear in my rigg is as follows:

– Yamaha MGP16X mixerbord
– Yamaha full range-l├ądor, aktiva DXR12 x 2
– Digitech 2101 GSP Studio Tube x 6
– Klark Teknik EQ x 2
– BBE 882 Sonic Maximizer x 6
– CLE 8.0 x 2
– Palmer Triage Amp Selector x 2
– Allan Holdsworth Overdrive Boost
– Strymon Big Sky reverb

The 11-stringed guitar in the video is my "main ax" since almost 20 years. That guitar was made by luthiers on my commission and from my performance requirement. The tuning system, from "top to bottom" followed by string dimensions: g 0,007, d 0,010, bb 0,013, f 0,018w, C 0,026, G 0,036, D 0,046, G 0,060, Eb 0,074, D 0,074, C 0,074.

Theme (and Holdsworthian-style solo impro.) from Blade Runner movie on 11-stringed guitar by Rob Guz