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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Luthier Vandros, Jun 3, 2020.
Not sure what style this is, but have been experimenting with clean textures.
Cool. You should get some female vocals on there.
Great work! Reminds me of a 90's sound, not sure who though.
Throw a solo on that!
I started playing in 1988 when I was in 8th grade, so they def makes sense. Thank you man.
First, it´s a nice composition, worth of making some more out of it. Discussing it´s influences: to my ears there are some elements the remind of The Police.
I appreciate the analysis for sure. I have the hardest time understanding what I’m creating.
Good stuff Luthier.
The ambient verse parts remind me of post Neverland Annihilator.
Circa Set The World On Fire.
Didn't you post that a few years ago?
I loved it then, and I love it now!
I downloaded it and saved it!
Nice groove to it. I like it!
Yes, that’s one that’s been completely remixed and mastered! I’ve been rolling through my old projects and polishing them up, since I have gained experience. This one needs to be finished, though. I ran out of steam on ideas when it was written haha. I have enabled downloads, so freshen up that cup.
I def dig annihilator. Some great writing and tones to be had. All around great band. I appreciate all the comments.
Edit: I didn’t write or track the bass guitar on this one. My buddy back home in New Orleans wrote it and laid it down like a boss after I sent him the rough cut to listen to. Couldn’t deny it. Gave the song a nice bounce and California kinda vibe. He goes by Nounverber or David Mobley. Awesome multiinstrumentalist. Writes some crazy good video game tracks AND got me into guitar.
Great stuff...very nicely done!
I love it! it's a great jam track! and the tones....!!
That and the chicken tandoori song are the two shortest in my catalog. For some reason I hit hard writers blocks on them. Prob time to have another go at them or throw them to you guys for a backing track challenge hahah.