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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mellencaster, May 18, 2018.
Nice whammy work.
yeah, I didn't flip to the bridge quick enough.
Spacey, bouncy delay and nicely measured lines.
Better! Could have gone even higher.
I liked the Floydian one...
This one felt like I was playing an enhanced rhythm part. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Swingbass Nice lead into on the drone section and sweet riffin!
knh555 Nothing wrong with it at all .Nicely played!
I missed this somehow. Allman Bros!
Thanks. I've been rediscovering my old Peavey T-60 as of late. It's quite versatile.
...Ah had the full length backer on my drive....so I used that one...was in the mood for stuff like that....
My Japanese cherry tree is shedding its last flowers....it is very pretty and dreamy to look at!
And here is the other track....
@Mellencaster That is one cool sound and a sweet juicy upbeat take! The Gilmour one .....felt like floating around on a starlit shore of silent waters!
@alainvey niiice....also a very cool tone and playing, also this upbeat good feel to it, the Gilmour was dreamy and quiet in a good way!
@estreet Sounded like a blues decades old!! Nice sound going on, the PRS?
@Mjark Sounded like someone yearning for some sunlight!! Very nice! Uh loads of delay streaming away, like that feel, too bad about those clipping deep notes...but liked it anyways!
@knh555 cool build up on that Gilmour track! Lovely sounds! Liked that second track, chordal goodies and a nice tone!
@bftfender very soft and distant, had a cinematic feel!
@Swingbass Cool lines!!
@jjpish68 Liked that small room tone, felt like older Gilmour when he used some drier tones!
Gentlemen, I am late, but since my holidays last until today and I missed my guitars, I did record something. The visit was nice, it included a short visit on weekend at the seaside (Southwold) including Fish and Chips and two little kegs of Adnam beers and, of course, the visit of the Cambridge Beer Festival. A very nice event that I can commend to visit, if you have the opportunity. Asides from that, the cultural program consisted of different playgrounds to keep the grandchildren satisfied .
And here are the contributions from Germany:
Please pardon me that this time I will not comment on every track, it´s just too much. But let me say, it´s good to be back again and meet all this creative people with their devotion to (guitar) music!
1. Solid Southern Rock licks!
2. Great phrasing and tones.
Late entry for me. Wasn't able to do much with the last few weekly backing tracks but had some fun with this one
I exspected that you would feel at home with this track; I was right. Good Gilmourish playing!
I liked the track