I Wanna Ta Ta You...(RedAnt backer)

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  1. hottub

    hottub Member

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    This, I believe, is a backer based on Johnny Guitar Watson's, I Wanna Ta Ta You provided by our own RedAnt...(thanks man!) It's a long one. Been woodsheddin' alot lately, working on trying to hit target notes and play the changes better. So hopefully that comes thru. Appreciate any feedback.



    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6783293





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  2. crzyfngers

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    nice i idig it. sounds like you got handle on it. love the tone.
     
  3. Woodyworld

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    Hi John,

    Real nice take fella.

    Get out from behind that sofa your safe!
     
  4. Guitar Slinger6

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    Nice playing and tone, nice job!
     
  5. hottub

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    crzyfingers, Woody and ..Slinger6
    Thanks for checkin it out. Appreciate it! :AOK
     
  6. Ed Alvarado

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    Tub,
    That was very coooool and your tone is KILLER! The woodshedding is paying off big time!
     
  7. hottub

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    Hi Ed. Thanks man! it's been awhile, how's everything on your end? That DLite treatin ya ok?
     
  8. Mark Kane

    Mark Kane Silver Supporting Member

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    John, that was first class!!!
     
  9. Ed Alvarado

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    Hey Tub,
    All is well at this end thanks. Still lovin my Dlite and I ordered a Little Dummie from Moss for my amp as it has a passive loop. Lookin forward to that. Hey man you're just getting better and better so keep on keepin on!
    Take Care Bro!
     
  10. Carl_Tone

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    Ditto that!!

    6 - 8 tunes like that and you've got a killer cd.

    Congrats on the woodshedding...U R smokin' on that!
     
  11. HarryJ

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    Good job dude :)
    So like... how could I get my grubby little paws on that BT?

    HJ
     
  12. hottub

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    Mark
    Thanks man! Appreciate you checkin' it out. If I'm not mistaken I believe I got my R9 from you? That thing goes with me everywhere!


    Ed,
    a little dummie? You'll have to let me know how it works out for you. Wouldn't mind trying something like that some day.


    Greg (Carl_Tone)
    thanks for taking a listen and for your very kind remarks! I draw alot of inspiration from you guys in this forum. oh geez, I could only dream of a CD...

    HarryJ
    Really glad you had a chance to take a listen. There's a bunch of players in here that I listen to very intently and, of course, you're in that list! thanks man! noticed on your website's instruction page regarding "seeking inspiration, etc..." may have to get in touch soon....need some sensei guidance, if you know what I mean.


    Here ya go..! http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6780029



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  13. Bad Juju

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    Sounds great hottub! Nice laid back feel with some great outside note choices; I really like the transition parts.

    Hope you don't mind that I took a stab at it - some bad notes in it - I'm tuned to E, and the track is in Eb (which I rarely play in without tuning down 1/2 step), so there are a few unintentional "outside" notes!

    This is a good woodshedding track for me to work with! Thanks for posting up the backer...

    http://www.box.net/shared/23cgckeuly
     
  14. andybaylor

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    Money from the start. Pure money.
    Authority from the practice is very evident. This sounds great. Great job! What amp?
     
  15. Bad Juju

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    Thanks andyland6 - much appreciated; I've got a lot more practicing to do! Listening to the clips here, the bar is set pretty high, which is good 'cause it will push me to stretch out more.

    The amp is a Bogner XTC 101B, recorded on the blue channel with the boost on, no pedals.
     
  16. Normster

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    Hottub, that was superb!!! I haven't been around much and haven't commented on any clips in a long time, but this deserves comment. I've always enjoyed your playing in the past, but never really thought of you as a pro player. (Just a bedroom player like me.) However, your hard work has paid off in spades. Just super phrasing and dynamics, not to mention tone. Kudos, my friend.
     
  17. hottub

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    Bad Juju
    nice run over this and good dynamics. the XTC sounds great. that thing must be a beast, do you get to gig with it too? hey was this your Anderson Cobra too?


    Norm
    Wow man, so glad you were able to have a listen. I've listened to alot of your stuff and always held it in high regard. One can't help but get inspired when you listen to alot of the stuff the pros on this board put out.


    oh yea, before I forget, I used my DLite 44 on this with a Strat Pro. Some post reverb and eq applied in the mix.
     
  18. Bad Juju

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    Lately I've been using it with a Mesa Widebody 1x12 instead of the 4x12...so when I do start gigging again (between bands) there won't be so much to lug around.

    Yeah, this was the new Hollow Cobra...nothing like a new toy for a little inspiration!
     
  19. marinblues

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    Great stuff, both in terms of tone and playing.


    Marin
     
  20. hottub

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    thanks Marin! been enjoying your videos for quite some time. the HRM vs non-HRM is very nice!
     

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