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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by fendrguitplayr, Jan 26, 2021.
A little over two minutes, use it or lose it...
I named this after my cat Mika since she sang her heart out in the beginning,
My Siamese lives in ambience, cried because she didn't like the unnatural noise
I was making.
Wake up dude, you're driving, that light is a car coming right at you. lol smash,
Very nice playing, cool ending, too bad it ended, it always has to end,
This one's been around the block but it's still a beautiful backer. Fresh take, Jag meets ME-80 effects board, Slow Gear fx. Thanks Mike:
Here's my take. SX Hawk (neck/bridge) -> Joyo EBow clone (intro only) -> Orange Kongpressor -> Monoprice 5w -> Bugera Power Soak -> Keeley Caverns -> Hotone Binary IR (York Audio Matchless 2x12 IR).
This one sounds familiar. Oh yeah...
Thanks... Feels like this should have some vocals but I'm a bad singer and didn't want to ask my daughter
Imagine a beautiful singing voice over this... (EDIT: tinkered with the mix a little bit)
Yes, we had this track one year ago. As I can´t do better here is that old track:
This is played on my Yamaha AEX 400N. It's a great little guitar that I haven't used enough since I bought it. The neck is somewhere between a classical guitar and Les Paul shape which works a treat for me - it's unusual to have a slight radius on a nylon strung guitar. Absolutely the best thing about it for live work though, is that out of all the electric acoustic models made over the years - it's the only one I can think of that actually has the volume control is a useful place. The EQ controls are on the top.
Ambient Country? Thanks to Scott Vestal for the banjo.
I knew we had done a version of this track before but I couldn't remember which week it was. Thanks for finding it. I liked my new take better than my old one.
@ASATKat Nice. the light touch works and it's good that you kept the playing sparse leaving the delays room to work without being cluttered.
@NWinther nicely played and a great compressed wiry Strat sound.
@bgmacaw Interesting bell-like tone. Works well.
@knh555 Nice warm overdrive gives it a different vibe.
@udoering nice sounds well balanced with the backing and good use of dynamics.
@bigbreak Different indeed - some of the melody lines 'pull' against the chord sequence but it's interesting and well played.
@Alan L Cole Nice. those fast lines with slow attack sound great.
@ghostchord Good sounds that work well but I felt the dominant guitar was a bit too loud and needed to come back into the mix a bit.
Well, we did this track some days after my ex-wife and very close friend died; hence the title. So, I remembered easily.
I've been busy with some things but I did a quick one.
Left hand is healing well, slowly getting back to business
Sweet tone, nice vibrato, good job,
Thanks for putting your music up there with "things to do",
You sound very nice,