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+++. Rumble 40. My bass player uses it on over half our gigs. Complements his Rumble 200.
Amazing Grace backing track. Missing is lead guitar, bass and vocal with 2 harmony parts....
Been using a capo with B Bender for 8 yrs or so. No problems. I thinks it’s a Kayser, but it’s not labeled. Mostly gets capo for a country...
A bit newer, mine has the large reverb tank and dwell control on reverb. And tube bias points.
Two or three slow songs.
Our monitor (had 2, 1 died about 5 yrs ago) at church has a 15” speaker and a horn tweeter, it won’t fit in my ear.
My V15 is plenty loud. Volume wise I play the V15 a hell of a lot on 4-4.5. Outdoors I get to go to 6-7. Still mostly clean which is my target....
Alternative to theory, a newbies country lead could follow the songs melody. Then work towards moving the melody across several chord positions...
Princeton Black Face AA1164 circuit, with Twin sized reverb tank and reverb dwell control. Comes in 5 watt, 15 watt, or 20 watt.
For a year I’ve been wearing a mask with a drum set printed on it. I still can’t keep a beat, and I’m too loud.
I’ve always just mark and copy from the web then paste in Onsong. Then edit the chords to be imbedded not flying somewhere random above the text....
Setting up to hear yourself well above the music will benefit progress.
I hadn’t thought of using the camera to scan. I use Onsong and could do it. Probably a mental block cause I never use PDF files in Onsong.
Tommy Emmanuel comes to mind. I seen him often on the bluegrass scene and he flat picks, finger picks and Travis picks.
Working on this.... but a bit faster.
I’m stuck with going solo. 3 songs outdoors at daylight. I’m thinking, sing loud and play mandolin, PA not required. Then 6-8 songs inside at...
Ahhhh! Great clean tone, I was going to ask, but you gave away the secret.
I went with the 12C. It works well cause of the mid control.
I sat in this morning to add some acoustic backing and lead for a singer/acoustic player. And there it was, the spiral notebook on a music stand...
Yes, I’m a DAW beginner. Most DAW techniques are above my pay grade.
If you’ve got half a dozen guitars you might need more than one set of new strings. Next day shipping saves the day.
I finished drums, bass, rhythm tracks thinking I was going to learn and play half the Peaceful Easy Feeling lead. Which gave a chord change...
I’d think an 8 min. song will take 2 - 3 times as long to record.
Is this Theory or Technique???