The ZeroDot guitar, by Hell Guitars is a very nice SSH (single coil/single coil/humbucker) guitar, with lots of bite as well as quacky Strat tones. Check out this demo that I worked so hard on!
I used a Line 6 POD HD500 for all the tones on this demo. The HD500 is just amazing, by the way. So easy to get good recorded tones without hassle.
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Well, After this video I fell in love in hell guitars, and 2 about 2 days ago I ordered ZeroDot from hell guitars)) Today they sended it to me via EMS =)) Hardly wait then it arrives to me)Comment added on April 05, 2012
Those guitars look cool, and great playing too.
Hi Murray, the HD500 is very flexible. You can bypass the amp models and just use the pedal simulations in it through your Classic 50.
Great demo Robert. Curious to know how the HD500 might sound through a Peavey Classic 50. I find the original P.O.D. steals rather than adds tone to this amp despite the effects used either through the FX loop or the front end. I have reverted to a simple Line 6 delay pedal to recapture the amps purity. Any suggestions?Comment added on July 16, 2011
Hey Robert, Great guitar & great playing as per usual, but I will bet you a Dollar they dont make lefty guitars!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Will Burgess said...
Great production Robert - you've raised the bar when it comes to demo videos. The guitar ain't half bad either...great effects; Mind you, your playing gets the whole deal across the line. Cheers!Comment added on May 16, 2011
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