Tone Details

Tone Name 2HC lester1 HarmMin
Created with POD HD500
Author jandrio
Guitarist
Song
Hotel California
Band
The Eagles
Amp Treadplate Pre
Guitar
Tuning
Style
Classic Rock
Comments
This ***STEREO*** patch is for the Don Felder's solo parts of the Eagles famous hit “Hotel California” (studio album released December 8, 1976). It is expected to be played with a v2.10 JTV Lester pos 1 with the tone knob set at 100%, connected through VDI to a v2.31 HD500, XLR'ed direct to PA (2 channels). Set input1=variax, input2=same. Don Felder used a '59 Les Paul sunburst, plugged into a '50s Tweed Deluxe, a narrow-paneled model (probably a '55 or '56). However this patch uses the "Treadplate Pre" instead. On the last solo segment, the "Smart Harmony" comes in (activated with FS2), with varying scale and key, implemented through the HD500 exp-2. More specifically, the harmony starts as "B minor harmonic scale" for the first 2 chords (Bm+F#), then changes to "A major" for the next 2 chords (A, E) and returns back to "B minor harmonic" for the rest of the chords sequence. For Joe Walsh'es parts, use http://line6.com/customtone/tone/814971. For the (small) B pentatonic minor part use http://line6.com/customtone/tone/814972. See actual live performance on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgRDXR8q1yY ____Your comments are welcome on http://line6.com/support/topic/11487-how-2-approximate-hotel-california-harmony-with-ur-jtvhd500/ ___
Date 1/17/15
Downloads 1590
POD HD500

2HC lester1 HarmMin





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