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"RED RIVER ROCK" with Strat (featuring the organ part with GR20) - Video

Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by Abelk, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. Abelk

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  2. Mark Davis

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    That was the best one of all you have done excellent!!

    Reminded me of the Ventures meets Freddy Fender.

    Good job pal you really rocked on that one.
     
  3. Durtdog

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    Good stuff as always, Abel. I've missed your posts, glad to see you putting out something new for us to hear.

    Oh, and lighten up and have some fun with this stuff, wouldja?:lol:
     
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    Great guitar playing Abel! And a really cool tune! The organ sounds are good too. All in all a very enjoyable video.

    I finally fell to the GR20 urge, and the organ is definitely one of the better sounds, along with the sax and trombone imo. Here's something I did. The bass and organ parts are GR 20. The wah effect on the guitar is not.

    blues wahk
     
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    Took me back a few years, and then some. Nice job.
     
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    Glad you liked it.


    It was good to have the organ patch handy.

    Glad you got the GR20 StevieBoy. Your organ sound truer than mine
    because you can see the guitar in the video. It was not a good idea for me.
    I prefer what you did.
    Great soundfile that should be posted on its own merit for others to hear.
    I liked your guitar work, and the bass is superb. How did you record it?.

    Blessings,
    Abel
     
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    Well done..Mr. Nokie McGee
     
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    Way cool!
     
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    Abel, I'm way more impressed with you playing that all in one take than I am with anything I did!

    As far as how record, I use a program called Doggiebox for the drums, it's a pretty simple program to use, and pretty cheap as I recall, but I think it's only for Mac. It's not loops, you just program each beat and instrument from scratch by clicking on a grid. Everything else I record through an Mbox (the original, which has been replaced by newer versions) which uses ProTools LE. I record everything direct, meaning no amp, just various plugins and hardware devices to mess with the sound. I could do an amp of course, with a mic, but at this point haven't done a lot of that, though I'll start doing that more in the future. That's the short version, I'd be happy to pass on any more detailed info you might want.

    Thanks
     
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    Bravo!
     
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