Gord Olson: Schecter KM-7 - The Anthropocene Epoch

Here's a song from a solo album I'm working on, it's called "The Anthropocene Epoch". I recorded all the guitar parts with the Schecter KM-7 guitar. Pickups are Seymour Duncan Nazgûl in the bridge, and a Sentient in the neck position. They can be heard at the following times...

Bridge Pickup (Nazgûl) - 0:16 to 2:02
Neck Pickup (Sentient) - 2:02 to 2:27
Bridge Pickup (Nazgûl) - 2:27 to 2:38
Neck Pickup (Sentient) - 2:38 to 2:50
Bridge Pickup (Nazgûl) - 2:50 to 3:38
Clean tone is middle position (both pickups), coil tapped - 3:38 to 3:58
Bridge Pickup (Nazgûl) - 3:58 to 4:22
Neck Pickup (Sentient) - 4:22 to 4:46

Elsewhere in my signal chain, a Seymour Duncan 805 OD pedal (killer!!!), in front of the Kemper Profiling Amplifier. As usual, the profile used for all tones is of my Peavey 6505 head into a Marshall 1960A 4x12 with an SM57 on a V30 speaker.
Bass was also tracked through the Kemper.

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Gord Olson - The Anthropocene Epoch (Schecter KM-7 demo)