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A seventies style BT

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Reissueplayer, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. Reissueplayer

    Reissueplayer Member

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    I was inspired by Doug's clip the other day and I decided to try something similar. The end result is probably a bit off from the original idea but it's quite nice.

    Here's the backing: http://hem.bredband.net/b265223/getting_decisive_bt.mp3

    My take: http://hem.bredband.net/b265223/getting_decisive.mp3

    The lead guitar is a Gibson LP and the second guitar is a Strat. Both were put through my Ceriatone Plexi 50W and recorded with a Palmer PDI09. The bass was put through NI guitar rig. No pedals were used, but I added reverb and delay in Cubase.

    If you have any comments please write them down: Should you want to make a take of your own, I'd be thrilled.

    Rock on! :JAM
     
  2. HarryJ

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    Cool playin' .... If I had a lighter, I would flick it and hold it in the air... by the way watch out 'fer the brown acid :)

    Harry J
     
  3. mikem

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    I might have to take a stab at your backing track. I enjoyed your take a lot. This is the type of stuff I used to put together until I got into trying vocal music. It's nice to hear that someone is doing this kind of stuff. Well done!

    Mike
     
  4. Reissueplayer

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    Thanks guys, keep them lighters flickin'.

    Looking forward to hearing you version Mike. Of course you should take a stab at it.
     
  5. HarryJ

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    Thanks for the way cool B.T.
    I posted my take seperately... This thread should be about you... nice stuff bud

    Harry Jacobson
     
  6. adlibmusic

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    Very cool, RP!!! This style brings back lots of memories to me!! I'll have to give it a try........ :)
     
  7. Roccaforte Amps

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    Wow, I'm so glad I'm starting a 70's clip trend here,
    THAT is where the tone is!:RoCkIn
    (sorry for the rivet head smilie, all we gotz)
    BTW, love the clip
     
  8. Red Ant

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    Well, on this one i think i fell off the cliche tree and hit every branch on the way down :) The Attack of the Paisley Tele!

    Thanx for the BT, that was FUN! :D
     
  9. Reissueplayer

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    You have to know the words if you're going to speak the language, so I always aim for the branches. Never seem to hit them quite as good as you do though :D Nice take there Anton. I've had it on repeat for a while. The link was a bit difficult to decipher, but i think it should be http://www.eddegenaro.com/Anton/DecisiveTele.mp3
     
  10. Reissueplayer

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    Thanx Doug! You're so right. I'm just now starting to discover Mountain, Cream and Rainbow and I can't understand why it took so long for me to get there. But I plan on staying for a while.
     

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