A post-holiday funky backing - Am7 this time

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by marinblues, Jul 5, 2005.


  1. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Dear US friends, welcome back from your holiday. It's been business as usual here in the old continent. :(

    Here's another backing from my home production:

    Strart Track backing

    Hope you enjoy it!;)

    Marin
     
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    And here's my take. Very essential and bluesy:

    Click on Start Track

    thanks for listening.

    Marin
     
  3. Rid

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    :D Ultranice lines Marin.
    Love the sound, the backing is extremely nice too.
     
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    Hey, thanks buddy. I'm looking forward to your take. ;)
     
  5. Ed DeGenaro

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    Great playing man...dig the tone too.
     
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    Very nice track Marin. Great work! I got the clip to dload finally. Nice solo. Great strat tone. That bridge dissonance was interesting... ;)
     
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    Very nice, Marin. How are you recording your bass? DI, mike??
     
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    Cool backing track, Marin. But what I really dug was your solo!!!
    Excellent tone and great feel! :dude

    Ed, your link is dead. :(
     
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    It's fixed, thanks.
     
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    Cool stuff. Hey Ed, that actually sounded very Stanley Clarke.
     
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    Eastern influences....:) That what happens when you record the bass for 55 minutes and then give the guitar only 5 minutes...

    By the way, it was my Tokai 335 copy, not a Strat.

    thanks.

    Marin
     
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    I use the Bass sim function in my Boss drum machine. It's like an amp modeller. thanks.
     
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    Thanks Norm!

    How about a take of your? ;)
     
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    These three takes were just quick amp tuning test clips. I am trying out a Swamp Thang speaker from Eminence. These are some of my first efforts with it. I was mainly messing with amp settings and mic position. Lots o' clams! Enjoy the seafood. Click and observe how to not build a solo. LOL Mix that with lack of focus due to amp soldering obsession and you this. Btw, this is my Fender 75 mod.

    Ed, I'll check yours from home. Proxy block....

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/july/mod047swampthangBypass.MP3

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/july/mod047swampthang2.MP3

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/july/mod047CL2swampthang.MP3 (darker internal settings)
     
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    First was alright, really dug tone and playing on the second, hated the third.
     
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    I am with you totally.... #2 is the best one imo too.

    Thanks for listening Ed.
     
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    Thanks for the clips. You confirmed for me that the Swamp Thang is not for me, for that tone. Great speaker for Scooby stuff though.

    When I removed the ST and put the Tonker in, it was a more open and lively sound/feel. I want still more open/lively.

    Your EV does it for me. Then the Wizard. From Tomo's comments, I just ordered a Tonespotter looking for more highs. The quest continues....

    Mike
     
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    Yeah Mike! The Swampy was still loaded in the Avatar from the clip many many months ago. I was gonan put my extra Wizard in but I felt like a few clisp for posterity. I am not the Swampy either fwiw.

    Scott
     

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