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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by fendrguitplayr, Jan 14, 2020.
@Mellencaster - The intro attracts interest from the git go. Nice melodic playing and cool tone.
Cool effects and riffage throughout, Mike.
The track lead me into a kind of ambient stuff; it was a little bit like the discovery of slowness. Hope you enjoy.
@Mjark : nice one! 1:15 ff is great!
@fendrguitplayr : yeah! Like some early seventies blues rock!
@Alan L Cole : for a reason I don´t know the Savoy Brown Blues Band" came to my mind. So far you are the funkiest player .
@guitarsophist : you picked a nice title according to your description, which I could have written also. Lovely clean tone.
@Mellencaster : +1 on guitarsophists comment!
Dig the James Bond guitar track and those lush chords Ullrich. Great sounding track and playing!
Guess it's time for a shower .
This was the mood for today!
udoering Instrumental qualities all through and I hear least two or maybe 3 guitar tracks, a nicely blended mix of lovely tones and playing.
NWinther In parts you are uniquely mixing modes that actually...well... work, lol. Nice arrangement and playing, sounds like you have a slide but I'm not sure of it by your playing style but either way, it sounds good and the only thing I would say in a constructive observation is that your track is highly clipping.
Thanks No slide...and all of it went through some real dirtying up the sound stuff....
Knuf of that Funk! Seriously, wild and creative Niels. Would make a great soundtrack for the right film. Awesome!
@Mjark that is one sweet tone....love the feel from this one, good relaxed lines.
@fendrguitplayr fat cool tone, really nice progression of notes. Like the dynamics.
@Alan L Cole Feels like being in a hidden away nightclub....really sweet playing!
@guitarsophist nice intimate feel from this one! Like the themes, sweet tone on top as well!
@Mellencaster Slick stuff, elastic playing...like the ghosty delay, dig the mood of this one.
@udoering dreamy take, had a Chris Rea like feel to it...almost heard that voice of his...lovely dual guitar themes!
Sounds like a "live" jam. Edgy and in your face, so to speak, cool.
@NWinther : if this was your mood, it must have been a lousy night before! Seriously, your track reminded of some King Crimson stuff in it´s tonality and aggressiveness. The dirt on the bt creates interesting sounds and effects. All in all, a great track.
Really nice. I'm not usually a fan of multiple guitar tracks as they often compete more than work together but they do here.
- Mysterious in Jeff Beck sort of way.
Here's my quick take on it. Gear is Mosrite JR kit (bridge SD QuarterPound), Rowin Flanger (Mooer E-Lady copy), Hotone Binary Amp (Matchless Chieftain), Hotone Binary IR Cab (Matchless Chieftain 2x12 IR), Audacity reverb.
I liked the lower notes better than the higher treble notes, but cool.
@udoering - Soundtrack to a science fiction movie. People are sinking into the sand and the Martians are taking them to their leader. I like the interplay between the two guitars.
@NWinther - Thor woke up in a bad mood because Loki gave his hammer to a dwarf and Odin had to intervene. He's angry!
@bgmacaw - Very constrained tone. The lack of sustain makes it feel tight and angry. It expresses that feeling.
@bgmacaw : I have to second fendrguitplayr; the low notes sound sound better, maybe less constrained, like guitarsophist named it. 2:19ff is cool!
Here's my go at it. I got in a Mark Knopfler-esque mood for this one. Also added a synth over the break...
Equipment: Parts-Strat with EMG DG pickup set; SuperChamp amp set clean; MXR Carbon Copy. Used a Phase 90 on max speed for that Scofield-esque vibrato over the chords...
Miked with Sennheiser active mike. Into FocusRite then REAPER.
Synth: Novation Peak.