I’ve been working on a review of the Seymour Duncan TB-10 Full Shred bridge for the Seymour Duncan blog. To go along with this I’ve recorded a YouTube demo. I’ve recorded some guitar and bass parts, as well as some basic programmed drums, using ToonTrack EZ Drummer.
Apologies for the rough playing. I have been dealing with a repetitive strain injury in my hands and arms from my work. It’s making it hard to play at my best at the moment.
The Full Shred Bridge is installed in a custom Ibanez style guitar with an alder body, maple neck/rosewood fretboard, and Gotoh licensed Floyd Rose bridge with an FU-Tone brass block.
The bridge rhythm and lead parts are played through a Blackstar HT-5 head on the dirty channel. The clean guitar part in the breakdowns is the Full Shred Bridge split with the Full Shred Neck, with the Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Delay adding a little subtle flavour. The solo section also features the Vapor Trail.
My Full Shred review should be available on the Seymour Duncan blog soon. You can see more of my Seymour Duncan related posts on my profile page.