here's one of me -- my take on Hendrix Band Of Gypsies....

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  1. Bobby D

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    That groove is mean! Thanks for posting!
     
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    I'm only a minute in, and i already think this clip is :bow

    Great playing and tone!!!!
     
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    We do a jam on this song too...what is your gear? Sounds great
     
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    That's great, man!! I'd love to wander into a place that's OPEN and catch that!!! Rock-On Dude!!!
     
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    hey bobby, that's some great playing.. I like the different levels and mood you're working with in the different parts - buildups and let downs before the verse were great.
    do you ever consider to minimize or kill the delay right before a verse or during one of the quiet parts? I tend to do this if I'm using delay and I love it.

    rock on.
     
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    Loved your tone! What overdrive or dirt effects did you use both during the cleaner settings and the really pushed dirt tone? I am assuming maybe just a standard overdrive or JCM 800 and the Skreddy Lunar for the singing lead? Stacked?
    And lastly, what delay are you using. I thought it sit nicely in the mix.

    Thanks so much!
     
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    corn husk bag Silver Supporting Member

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    Nice rendition of the tune. Power of Soul next?

    Steve
     
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    You even sing like Buddy Miles
     
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    Awesome tone and playing! Always loved that groove...
     
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    Great band! Your drummer is a treasure!

    Nice to know we're not the only band playing in sardine cans! :D
     
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    Nice job. I dig Hendrix mucho!!!
     
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    Very tasty. I too would love to hear about your gear. I especially like the delay. Great tone and as I already mentioned, very tasty playing.
     
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    Very nice, one of my all time favorite live tunes....

    That song should be required at every jam session ....
     

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