This odd little outing has a background story. I came by this rather cool and rare-ish Japanese J Mascis Jazzmaster last week. I'm told it's rare because it has an alder body and most of the export models were basswood.
At the same time a buddy sent me a hat and T-shirt from Lucifer's Death Squad - a Facebook page dedicated to mostly pre 80's skating, hot rods, bmx, choppers, dragsters and other cool stuff. Ed Roth would have loved it. LDS is most definitely not an occult group although I did add some background musings from Aleister Crowley for my own amusement.
I was fooling around with a preset I'd been writing in the Axe-FX II, full of fuzz, delays, reverse reverbs, etc., which I've now called Lucifer's Death Squad. I'll post the link here a bit later on today for anyone interested in giving it a go.
Guitar: 2011 Fender Japan J Mascis Jazzmaster (stock).
Amp: Fractal Audio Axe-FX II Quantum 1.01 Carol Ann Triptik.
Extra effects: Tons: Big Muff Pi, Space Reverbs, Flanger, Compressor, Reverse Delay, Megatap Delay...
Power Supply: N/A
Camera: Canon 60D and GoPro White
Soundcard: Fractal Audio System Axe-FX II
Computer: Apple iMac 27" i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
Software: Pro Tools 11.3, Waves CLA Guitars (slight comp over input track), Waves L3-16 Limiter (to keep levels in check at output), Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).
Japanese J Mascis Jazzmaster Anti-Demo (for LDS).