Midweek Backing Track - Classic Rock Style

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  1. fendrguitplayr

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    This week is a pretty basic backer, plug in and let it rip!


     
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    Those are some "fat" rhythm guitars!
    Do you mind sharing the gear and signal path - ?

     
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    It's not an original backer. One I've had for several years on a thumb drive. Great tone and riffage in your take!
     
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    Happy Canada Day to our friends up North!

     
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    fendrguitplayr Doctor of Teleocity

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    @klasaine - I just listened to some other of your music on bandcamp. Very impressive, both you and the band!
     
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    Thanks for listening!
    I appreciate you guys posting the backing tracks.
    Due to CV-19, I haven't gigged in over 3 months. I've taken this time to get my home recording thing together and doing these helps keep my guitar chops up and is also helping to get my recording chops better too.
     
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    Thanks Fendr,
    this is a good blues, one step harder blues than Chuck Berry but Mr Berry is in the DNA,

    I turned the bass and mids on my Kat to zero, this is just the treble. My ASAT is on bridge turned up to 11. Still sounds maybe to warm for authentic Berry,

     
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    Thanks Mike:

     
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    Oh yes, this will do well on the Pan-damn-demic patio. Cool beans!
     
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    You played it well.


    When I wrote "let it rip" I knew you would, Alan. Very nice tone and riffage.



    @Mjark - Is that the screwdriver again? At any rate, it works and very nicely.
     
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    Just a quick one-take bang through. Vela and GH250 only.
     
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    That PRS Vela sounds sweet. You dug in at 1:20 with a nice flurry and great riffs throughout.
     
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    Played around with slide on 4 different guitars, all using the same effects/amp chain: EHX Tone Corset, Big Knob Range Blaster, Hotone Binary Amp (JTM-45 model), Hotone Binary IR Cab (Supro 6x9 speaker IR + Room), Mosky Spring Reverb.

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    4. Global/Harmony H-801 (open A, modified P90 pickup)

     
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    Well you sure answered that backing track's call, nice pocket.
     
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    Sweet 6ths Canada, complements of Fendr.
     
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    Very nice use the maj pent, cool sequencing,
     
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