"Big Funk"

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Frank Axtell, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. Frank Axtell

    Frank Axtell Member

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    Great track. Very asymetrical and metropolitan sounding...erm, or something like that. :)
     
  3. fig

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    Hi, Frank -

    Playing and tone are both very nice!

    Greg
     
  4. gassyndrome

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    Cool! Love the backing. :)

    Whats the setup on the guitar?
     
  5. BuddyGuit

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  6. Sub-D

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    Very Cool frank dug the clav/synth sound, as well as your guitar.
    Is that the 335 again? sounds killer!
     
  7. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Wow! Really nice man! Great keys and guitar tone, plus a very funky groove! I loved it...
     
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    great solos Frank!-definitley Herbie piano voicings ala:

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  9. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks so much. The guitar is an old 1984 San Dimas Charvel with Anderson pickups into a Mesa Boogie Triaxis preamp and Stereo Simul-Class 2:Ninety power amp 4x12 cab with 25 watt Celestion greenbacks. All effects are Logic Pro 7.
     
  10. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks Sub-D...you have been a great inspiration. I'm learning so about much about mixing from your examples. I think we're all waiting for your CD bro. The guitar was a Charvel strat. Thanks again.
     
  11. CarlosEduardo

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    Cool playing and tone Frank..me gusta! the Charvel strat get a very distinctive tone from your fingers. Ah! the backing track is to die for! :drool
    felicitaciones amigo mio...

    Carlos




    www.jazzpick.net/music
     
  12. MuseCafeChris

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    Very cool man. Wish ya lived closer; you'd love my open jams. Maybe we'll relocate down there for the winter instead LOL!
     
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    I like how you let the guitar beath! Very cool groove.
     
  14. CarlosEduardo

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    I agree about that, Frank know how to link balance and intensity ..
     
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    Very cool, great playing and tone !!
     
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    Frank,great playing and a super contagious groove-loved it!

    Vlad
     

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