Fusion Tune

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jzguitar, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. jzguitar

    jzguitar Member

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    Hey everyone

    Here's a tune I recorded a few years ago with my fusion band. The main parts are a Strat with a Duncan Little '59 thru an AnalogMan modded Ibanez Sonic Distortion into a Peavey Classic 30. The solo is an Ibanez RG550 thru a stock Tube Sreamer into a Marshall Artist amp and Laney 4X12 cab.
    I plan on recording some newer clips, since my gear has changed a lot over the past year or so.
    I totally enjoy listening to everyone's clips here - it's inspiring to hear so many great players (and great tones)!

    Fusion Tune
     
  2. Unburst

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    VERY nice tune!
    Loved the Weather Report meets UK era Holdsworth vibe.

    :dude :AOK :dude

    Would love to hear more.
     
  3. ivers

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    Cool stuff, sounded sort of like 80's fusion-meets modern progressive metal in the composition area, with some wicked soloing in there. Looking forward to hear more of your playing! :dude
     
  4. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Very cool...thanks.
     
  5. jzguitar

    jzguitar Member

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    Thanks for the kind words! I'll get some more stuff posted soon - between learning other people's tunes and being Mr. Mom during the day it's tough to find time to play what I REALLY want to!

    Take care,

    jz
     
  6. scottl

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    Welcome to the site JZ! Awesome stuff bro. I really dug it. I'll second Martin's influences comment but add that I definately heard some Bill Bruford influence as well as Tribal Tech- Got a B, on the staccato rhythmic passage.

    Keep posting!

    Scott
     
  7. vladorg

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    Great stuff JZ,
    I could definitely hear the Tribal Tech influence in the bass player and some solid heavy prog in your soloing.Cool stuff!Welcome to the forum!

    Vlad
     
  8. Marcello

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    really good playing, enjoyed it a lot !

    welcome on TGP
     
  9. matte

    matte Senior Member

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    What's not to like? Love your harmonic vocab, sounds, etc. Please post more clips.
     
  10. melondaoust

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    Really enjoyed the clip!
     
  11. headstack

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    Great stuff...
    I love that kind of playing!:dude
     

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