Thanks kind sir for another fine bt in my stash.
Apologies to Jimmy.
Eagle getting a drink
I’m assuming you might’ve got filled in with their origin all the way back to when they were packaged in real, used cigarette packs?
Thanks, this BT wasn't Kashmir, close enough, the B section is different, so I just went with it. I could have bailed on it but what the heck.@Mellencaster : strong, fat rock tone; your playing sounds as if you are delivering a speech.
@ASATKat : you played the melody of the original very well (at least I recognized it immediately, though I am not sure about the b-part, "Kashmir" beeing only faintly present in my mind). I dig that rythm guitar you added, though sometimes it seems off timing.
@Mikejazz : what exectly do you mean by "over abusing"? Your track reminds me of that one delivered by TwoBear, and my comment would be similar: great rock sound, screaming guitar, played with a lot of speed and skill, but beeing an old man, I need some slow parts so that my ears can rest.
Guitar slayers, berserkers and banshees reigning unholy fire and brimstone upon humanity - God help us.https://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=14417775
I did a few takes but it's getting late so I'm just going to post this one now.
I think I screwed up and left my fuzz box running into my tube screamer because the switch on the sound tank model is a little dodgy, making it a little hairy towards the middle of the song, but I put an old Bill Nelson Bebop Deluxe lick in there, so I'm leaving it. What a fun song thanks for that.
I think those old originals used something like a telephone receiver speaker, but they sound great driving a full-size speaker all the way up to a 4 x 12“. The further refinements brought on with revisions such as the Ruby and little Jem.