HonkTonk - new backing track (party)

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  1. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Hi,

    here's another backing I did during my sunday guitar playing session.

    I started off thinking of Keith Richards but ended up withLarry Carlton. :D
    Here's my go:

    http://www.marinblues.it/music/marinhonktonk.mp3


    and here's the backing track for those who want to have a go:

    BT HonkTonk


    thanks for listening.

    Marin
    :RoCkIn

    (2 hrs mastering, 4 minutes soloing)
     
  2. Woodyworld

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    Real nice. Great backing track and great playing. great tone too, what you using?
     
  3. dallas

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    Very awesome! Yes very Carlton.
     
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    gotta love a big fat lazy groove! nice tone! good job....
     
  5. marinblues

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    Thanks. Apart from the intro guitar (where I used my Engl), everything else was done with the amp sim of my Boss drum machine. The guitar is a Fender Tele and the bass is a jazz bass.
     
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    Lots of inflection, 'n taste... way nice :)

    HJ
     
  7. journo

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    Hi,

    Isn't strange how one intention goues out the window and another one comes in from apparantly nowhere.

    Philosophy aside, I really liked the dynamics of this. Ronald/Boss are in my view the only modellers/simulators who got the correct idea when it comes to dynamics.

    Great take in total!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Kool backing and a very cool solo over it, I will give i a try - sooner or later. Thanks Marin:)
     
  9. gsozz

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    Thanks for the BT Marin. I'll tie into this one tonight.
    Can you tell me a little about your Tele. I've been considering geting one. Advice is welcome.
    Thanks,
    greg
     
  10. slackandsteel

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    Great track and excellent soloing!

    I think we have a winner!
     
  11. marinblues

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    thanks. I use my telecaster, an engl screamer combo, my boss dr880 and my victor bailey jazz bass.
     
  12. marinblues

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    I have a Fender Am Series Special Edition from 2000. It has a discreet flame top. I put some Barden pickups in there. The neck is standard 9,5" fender radius.

    Personally, I am not a big fan of the 3 saddle tele bridge. I prefer the 6 saddle modern one. I keep my action high and the Barden give the guitar a strong, distinct sound.

    I love Tele's due to their broad dynamic range. They go all the way from from smooth to edgy and its up to you how you want to use this range.

    Marin
     
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    Thanks to everyone for their kind comments. I am looking forward to your great takes.

    Marin
     
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    Another great tune and the backing is a cool bonus! I WILL be trying to nail your tone with this one. LOL
     
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    Sweet stinging Tele bite, loved that intro:D
    Great greasy playing!
    And thanks for a most cool track.
     
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    Hi Ola Reissueplayer,

    That sounded really muscular and authentic. I also liked the reverb. What guitar and amp?

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  19. Reissueplayer

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    Thanks Journo! It was a '62RI Strat with a modded BD-2 into a Ceriatone 50W plexi replica.
     
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