Had to finsh this for Richard B and Tag... :)

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  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Since humour does belong into music I added some Birelli stuff on fretless doubled on the Taylor, the doubled the distorted fretless with a lap steel and programmed a bass part.
    I actually dig it even though it's ultra cheese...
    http://www.eddegenaro.com/audio/lamer.mp3
     
  2. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Haha hillarious Ed!!
    And very insane;)
    For that alone I dig it, the rest is just extra goodies:D
     
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    Mmmm..... Gouda!
     
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    Gouda....hmmm got some of that stuff in my fridge:D
    MMmmhm:AOK
     
  5. Sub-D

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    Man overboard!!!!!
    That was great man..I hear it as soundtrack material, very creative ......
     
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    This should be in a Bill Murray movie- its...quir-fect!:dude

    how the hell do you duble the solo????
     
  7. Ed DeGenaro

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    By playing it twice silly! :)
     
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    So you re-learned it "after" first improvising it!-I was wondering if you wrote it out..so complex...hard werk dude!

    JF
     
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    I wish I could claim I improvised it. It's a Birelli solo I learned on fretless. And then just played again.
     
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    LMAO! More enjoyable for sure than the version of this tune at the end of Finding Nemo...
     
  12. Ed DeGenaro

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    Seeing that I don't have kids...never seen Finding Nemo...
    :)
     
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    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    That's OK, amigo. I've seen it 150 or so times for you.

    (I wish I was kidding. First my oldest, then my youngest.)
     
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    nothing funny about it to me, just good-times music! Remember, fish are not food, they are our friends...


     
  15. Ed DeGenaro

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    Well at least you don't have to clean a barn. :)
     
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    ...only a mad and crazy musician can do this....but after listening to it a couple of times ...it grows on you like fungi...reminds me of my vacation in the tropics.
     
  17. Ed DeGenaro

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    Not sure what scare's me more...that you listened to it a few times or the fact that you're admitting it! :)
    Thanks...I think.
     
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    That's hella cool, and I say that without a trace of irony.
     
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    Well thanks for checking it out...
     
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    bwahahahaha....I just wanted to make sure that I can dig the song hence listening to it a few times....as usual awesome guitar work....BTW....what category of music would you put this song to?
     

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