Driving Jazz Backing Track

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  1. Texsunburst59

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    Nice in 12 Thanks good buddy. Nice take tone and playing too
     
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    Thanks JGP. Are you going to take a shot?
     
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    Tex, great job man! you're getting some nice tones from that DG. the mixdown sounded great too. and the splash of delay was just right, IMO. :AOK
     
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    Thanks HT. After hearing so many $umble like amps here, I finally made the plunge and ordered a Brown Note D'Lite 44 head. I should get it in about a month. After hearing Chuck and your clips, I figured it was time. I'll just have to be patient.
     
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    Hi Tex,

    thats my backing track! :)

    I recorded that when I bought my Jazz Bass.


    Marin (alias Marinblues©) :D
     
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    BTW, good take! I'm a DG fan (and former owner) myself! ;)


    M.

     
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    Hi Tex,

    Great sound from the DG.

    I have a DG-1000 that I like.
    Would you mind sharing the settings?
    What guitar did you use?

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Very nice take! I'm still trying to place that tone in my head. I know I've heard it somewhere before but can't quite put my finger on it. Very cool.

    Here's my take from last year when Marin first posted the backing. I should probably go back and redo it, but...

    http://thenormster.com/music/DrivingODS.mp3

    Pretty sure it was my Ibanez AS83 into an early D'Lite.
     
  10. Frank Axtell

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    That is an awesome guitar tone...and I really dig the playing too!
     
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    Man then you will get credit. Nice backer my friend. I really like this backer. I'm going to change my open post and soundclick page to reflect this. Thanks for the backer and the kind words.
     
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    Hey Thanks Journo. Here are my settings on the DG:

    LD1 of amp setting
    Gain 7.5
    Master 8.3
    Treb 5
    Mid 4.5
    Bass 2
    Presence 2.5
    Compressor 4
    Delay Tap tempo to beat
    Spreaker Sim On

    The guitar I used was my PRS SE in the bridge p/u using a SD Custom 5 pickup

    Hope this helps.:)
     
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    Thanks a lot Normster. By the way,I've ordered a Brown Note D'Lite 44 head from Moss. The clips that you, Chuck and Hottub have posted of D'Lite amp inspired me enough to join the club. I'm really looking forward to the D'Lite and hope to attain the very smooth tones that I've heard from you guys. Fabulous tone on this clip of yours. This is the stuff that put me over the edge. :D
     
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    Hi Tex, thanks, cool take in a great BT!!. This was my take from Marin past year post BT. I did a intro with my nylon brazilian Giannini ...kinda spanish romantic tremolo and melody .. lol. :) . Electric guitar is my mutant "Telepaul", a standard Telecaster with a gibson 60´s PAF pickup in neck pos. Maybe I´ll rec a new take for youtube.


    http://www.jazzpick.net/music/01.SONGS/DrivingANDintro.mp3
     
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    Hi Tex,

    Thanks for the info. I'm not sure it helps but it's great start. ;)

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    very complete from the classical style intro, to your passionate take, phrygian sounding sweet lines, pinch harmonics and melodys within, Thanks for that share
     
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    Thanks. I was only kidding. Feel free to share!

    Here was my original take when I made the tune:

    http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=3598016&q=hi


    thanks:BEER

    Marin
     
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    Carlos E - That intro was awesome. My son is trained in classical guitar,so I love the sound of nylon classical guitar tone. You're electric tone had this beautiful haunting feel about it. It could have to do with you playing on the neck,but I really liked this fluid tone. You mixed in a lot of different unique runs in some different styles including a short burst of neo-classical. I really enjoyed this very much. You've got a wonderful guitar voice. Thanks for sharing this.:D
     
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    Was that the 335? This tone had that smooth buttery feel to it, with a little spice in there when you dug in and got it to bite a big. Very nice feel and soul to you lines. I'd like to hear this take again with you new Ceriatone Overtone. I bet you'd kill on this with the new amp and the 335. A+ on this backing track and this clip buddy.:)
     
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    Hey thanks, Tex!

    This was a Fender Telecaster with Bardens.

    It might be a good idea to try again with the Ceriatone Overtone...:)


    Marin
     

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