Did rock and roll peak in the 1970s?
No, you did.
Always dug this one.
Just keep your ears open for little turns of phrase or words that you like. Write them down. It may take weeks. When you've got a couple of dozen,...
It's not a gray area at all. You can't copyright a chord progression.
What some people are pointing out is that you also can't stop someone...
If you can find one, the DOD FX90 is a great analog delay. I think I paid $70 for mine.
It kind of sounds like you WANT it to cost a lot of money or be super rare or something. I can't help you there.
For a Muff, I like the EQD...
I had Vox modeling amp, and it wasn't bad. I've also heard them sound good on stage.
The Line 6 stuff . . . . no.
That's who I was thinking of.
FIDLAR sort of plays at being dangerous. Check out their video for "Cocaine."
You Lied to Me Before - The Treez
Catch a Ride - The Grifs
(You Can't Blow) Smoke Rings - The Gants
Cry in The Night - Q65
Cool One - The Sounds...
Just want to point out to all the "I don't stream music" folks that if they've ever clicked a YouTube link in a TGP thread, they have streamed music.
Standards don't just have a single scale you play over them. You play the changes.
The Velvet Underground
(I would say NY & Crazy Horse, but I'm guessing we're talking U.S....
Speaker Cranker is a great pedal, but it's not going to tighten anything up. It's purely a gain pedal.
It's one of those pedals that rewards tweaking. Definitely not a "no bad sounds in this box," in the sense that, at extreme settings, it can get...
Throback Overdrive Boost. Older model. I think it was 279.
I've had it for a long time, so it's been worth it. It also eliminated the need for...
Is the Futureman an Overdriver clone? I used to have a treble booster but sold it when I realized my overdrive clone could do the same thing and more.
I also like a Colorsound Overdriver clone.
I'm thinking the category "rock" is becoming dated.
Lyrically, it's an alluring mix of sex and religion and sex as religion.
Cohen's very aware that people may hear it as a religious song because...
I'm often not aware precisely what style of song I'm writing until I'm done. I mean, I know it's not a metal tune, but is it more pop or rock or...
I agree, put a buffer in front, and problem solved.
And whatever you do, don't use that Tuner Out for your tuner. It kills even more high end...