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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by dguitar3, May 2, 2018.
What’s up yall? Got a video from a gig this weekend I thought I’d share. Hope you dig.
That is some fancy pickin', well done! Thanks for sharing.
Diggin' your leads over those changes. Our band also plays the Chicken and I still have trouble making my lead connect nicely across the chords. Jaco makes
it sound so organic and natural.....my transitions are clunky here and there. Bb7-Eb7-D7-G7-C7.....I may have to cop some of your ideas here.
Also, great tone! Would love to get a "Rig Rundown" from you on what's in your signal chain.....
You guys are great.
Thanks man. Much appreciated!
Thanks man. I just plug straight in and use the guitar knobs for everything. I use the amp reverb and tremolo though. I usually use an AC15 but it was in the shop so on this gig I used my Roland Cube 60 on the Vox setting. Thanks again for the kind words.
Excellent! Nice use of going a little "outside" over the changes, very melodic flow. Wish I could do that. Three-camera shoot too. Fancy.
Wow. Dang good! Very nice and tight.
Fantastic playing and tone!! Well done
Thanks man. Luckily, my best friend is a videographer and hooks me up.
Thanks! My AC15 was in the shop, but the Roland Cube 60 still kicks butt a decade of gigs later.
Thanks so much for the kind words everyone!
You guys are tight! You all play really well and exhibit the true meaning of synergy when you play.
I really dig your style. Also have a question about your Cube 60. I have one also and love it for recording.
How far up did you have it turned for this? You guys are obviously not real loud. Loud enough to keep the energy level up. I’ve often thought about using mine for gigging, just wondered if it has enough oomph.
Thanks! And again great job guys!
I’m not sure really. I think the gain was around 11 oclock and the master was around the same. I am blessed with a reletively quiet drummer for my own band so we aren’t super loud.
The Cube can have a ridiculous amount of headroom though. More than I ever need. I play regularly with louder drummers in other projects and it’s always kept up when I use it. But “loud” to me isn’t like hard hitting rock drummer loud. I don’t really play rock gigs. Mostly funk, R&B and Jazz stuff. I would hate to play with a drummer that the Cube 60 couldnt keep up with. That would be obnoxious to me. That little thing is LOUD. It is super gig-gable. I’ve done hundreds of gigs with that one.
Thanks for the kind words!
I knew Jaco. He'd be smiling))
I love it!
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