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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mjark, Dec 1, 2019.
I was fiddling with Chord Pulse again last night.
Sounds great Mark but yeah, the Giants are playing. ( ).
Lay down a solo!
It'd be the blues.
That went right over my head. Then I watched the Eagles.
This is my strat on full boinky mode. It's a song about better games in the past, and nostalgia about tailgate parties that went right, be true to your school, and all that. It's boinky, as I said. I tried to reduce the boink factor with chorus, but that sounded muddy, and besides, I like the boink. All the boink and nothing but the boink.
I've never heard a Strat described that way before but I get it. Sounds good to me.
This track seems to inspire very melodic playing. Good stuff! But from the picture your track displays, it looks like you either need to get your air quality checked, or maybe a phase adjustment on your quantum reality factors.
It's my best look today.
Fun track, Mark.
guitarsophist- Nice melodic take! I like your boink tone.
Mjark - Gleeful and melodious, very nice!
@Mellencaster - I didn't think there was such a thing as country reggae, but now I've heard it!
- You excelled on this one. Really nice.
Here´s a little one shot from this morning:
Sounds like it's going to be a good day! Sunny and cheerful.
Many Americans, myself included have just had enough of pro sports in America.
The whining millionaire athletes with no apparent morals.
The over-hyping of children's games.
The commercialization of EVERYTHING.
China having sway over the NBA. Really?
The pussi-fication of rules and gear.
I don't watch. I won't ever go to a game. I don't care anymore.
Thanks Mark for the track. I enjoyed playing.
Strat plus neck PU into fuzz into phaser into overdrive into delay
To tell the truth, I haven't watched a pro game of any sport in about 15 years. But I think that Mjark's intention was to provide a distraction from all this.
@udoering - nice, pleasant, friendly track!
@JCL50 - Even with the complex effects chain, it still sounds expressive, sometimes like a muted trumpet or a trombone.