triad would be played on strings 2,3 & 4
I'm in an all accoustic Beatles tribute band. This is the first song off our demo. It's a cover of Harry Nilssen's version of "You Can't Do...
I think these 78/79's are way underrated because of the boost circuit. It's useless but if you leave it off the amp sounds fantastic. Especially...
Birthday - Beatles
Actually, I was watching Palladia and that's what made me start this thread. They're on the right track but I agree with someone who said earlier...
Yeah, I wasn't trying to equate early MTV to "the good old days" or anything. I was just pointing out that it was more than a one-genre platform...
Does it say something about me or about these stations that I don't even know what channel they are? Is it because I'm 47 that I don't watch? Do...
Nice, thank you.
Smokin' Tomo! I wonder if this is the first time a D'Pergo's been used for country.
Back on topic if I may:
Thanks for the suggestions. I'm working on "Full House" now but "D Natural Blues" then "Naptown Blues" next.
Epiphone Texan. A bandmate of mine has one and it sounds amazing. Not sure if they all do.
I also have a 79 PR that I love. Tomo helped me out with some great NOS tubes and it's sounding great. Tomo, I thought yours was a 72, do you...
Is it just me or does Chick look more and more like Carlos Santana as he ages?
Never heard this before. Thanks for posting. Incredible.
Practice my friend...practice. Oh wait, that's a different joke.
Thank you. I feel much better. :)
Exactly what I was thinking, thanks. By the way, forgive me for my thread title. I should know better than to end a sentence with a preposition....
I've seen it written as Fm and Ebmaj. Fm seems to make more sense to me but I'm not sure. So which is it? Thanks. :phones
The Fab Faux are my favorite. Incredible reproductions of Beatles music. They're all over You Tube.
I agree with the recommendations of Coleman Hawkins and Dexter Gordon. I'd also highly recommend Sonny Rollins.