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Fuchs and Baker B1 First post BlueBeck

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by gsozz, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. gsozz

    gsozz Member

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    This is my first recording with my Baker B1 and Fuchs SLX 50.
    It's that popular Beckish thing again.

    Baker B1
    AKG C1000S
    Tonespotter
    Protools LE
    PC Platform
    Brick preamp
    Fuchs slx 50 watt head

    Every time I plug into this amp I like it more.

    Thanks for listening and comments welcome especially about recording technique!!! I'm still trying to figure that one out.

    http://www.mvp4inspection.com/music/bluethree.mp3


    gsozz:p
     
  2. Normster

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    Great tone! Sounds like you're afraid to let go. Shucks, how are you ever gonna hit bad notes like the rest of us if you play it safe?
    ;)
     
  3. journo

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    Hi gsozz,

    I tend to agree with Norm here. Nice tone. I like it when it's about to go into feedback. Playing wise just let your hair down and go for it. Hitting a bum note here and there may even end up being the very "wrong" note that makes your solo memorable. Many times when I solo I hit notes that sounds really out but still fits that I never would have played if I had played as I wanted to. "Happy accidents" are cool.

    Looking forward to your next clip.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  4. gsozz

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    Thanks guys,
    I've been playing cover tunes note for note for so long that I've just about forgotten how to jam. Trying to comp over these backings has been a chalange just to find my original creativity that I laid down so long ago. Back in my blues days I would have had no problem laying into it and letting go.
    I'll keep playing and maby get some fire into the mix soon. I miss the old days when I could play for hours over things I didn't know note for note.
    Thanks , this is just the kind of feedback that I need. It helps me focus on where I need to head next with my playing.
    :D
    gsozz
     
  5. Fretmaster

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    Nice tone. I've heard of couple takes around with this backing track, any idea where I could get it?

    Thanks!
     
  6. RGN

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    That is truly beautiful f-ing tone.. wonderful. I see what the other guys are saying. Slam down a few Jagermeister shots, crank up the amp and let it rip dude. :dude
     
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    esoteric pete Supporting Member

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    Great take Greg!!! Real nice melodic playing. I'd love to hear the gain up a notch.... Just curious :D
     
  9. gsozz

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    Thanks Scott.
    The gain will go up for the next one:rolleyes:
    gsozz
     

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