Gig clips...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by JubileeMan 2555, Aug 9, 2006.


  1. JubileeMan 2555

    JubileeMan 2555 Member

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    Just got the raw files from a buddy who was nice nough to record our gig a month ago. Problem is, the levels were not the best and there was no close mics so no way to fix. But they sound pretty good for what it is:)

    Go Here For Clips

    (My budda 80 is the amp you hear the loudest..lol)
     
  2. OleRoy

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    I just wish my SRV impression was that convincing!

    Nice work.

    RC
     
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    JubileeMan 2555 Member

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    wow, nice compliment...thanks so much;) And to think I did that with a budda and 4x12... no fenders to be heard.
     
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    ross Silver Supporting Member

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    Tyler
    I have been enjoying these clips. I have them downloaded onto my computer at work and I listen to them at lunch. You need to expand the list, I need something new for lunch. Thanks again.
     
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    GADZOOKS, nice job. You know I've been researching the Budda's and you are just killing me. I don't want to buy anything until the Arlington Guitar show next week. I'm starting to believe it's you and not the amps. REALLY great playing.
     
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    Nice job & tone!:AOK
     
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    Dude, haven't heard the clips yet, but at least you need to spell your BAND'S NAME RIGHT on that website.... how ya gonna promote your band spelled JAKE'S OBESSION

    !!!! :jo :dude :AOK Eric
     
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    Listened to Watchtower...Very Nice!! Excellent playing and killer tones from that Budda. Man, there are a lot of great players and great amps out there.

    Steve
     
  9. Mike Schram

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    i was hoping for Jubilee Clips....

    Since i play a 2550 myself!
     
  10. zzmoore

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    Cut! Print!
    I thought you guys sounded great. Really enjoyed the Sweet Child Of Mine cover. Always liked that tune, nice to hear somebody do it justice. Sounds like the drummer has been playing a year or two (I'm impressed). Any video of you guys?
     
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    Great clips and playing....man,I want a Budda.
     
  12. JubileeMan 2555

    JubileeMan 2555 Member

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    Thanks everyone for the compliments!!... Eric: That page is just a page I put up for this posting, no one else sees that page since its not linked anywhere else.
     
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    ross Silver Supporting Member

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    Why does your band tune down 1/2 step?
     
  14. JubileeMan 2555

    JubileeMan 2555 Member

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    lol...funny that you'd even notice that.

    Couple of reasons. Mainly its because of how I started to play guitar. I was a huge fan of SRV and all his tunes were 1/2 down. So in order to play along, I had to tune down. And any song that was in regular "E" I could just use a capo. It quickly became apparent to me Eb was a much more versitile tuning.

    Then, over time I built up strength and put heavier gauge strings on. Eb makes 11s and 12s much easier to play than E.

    Lastly, as strange as it sounds, no matter what key you are playing in, with the guitar strung at Eb, the tunes sound a little "blusier" .... its odd, but true.
     
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    Your playing sounds amazing through that Budda..are you using any effects (od/dist)? Also, what did you use to record that gig? Sounds awesome.
     
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    moozak Silver Supporting Member

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    cool stuff and great tone too! i'd love to walk into a bar around here and hear a band that good.

    loved "sweet child" and "hero" too

    thanks for the post... it was a lot of fun!
     

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