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My attempt at Red Ant's Herringbone..

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by AndyZ, Jul 10, 2006.

  1. AndyZ

    AndyZ Member

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    So this is the first time I've ever done one of these. Not sure why now... I guess cuz the BT track was rather engaing, even though it's totally not the kind of thing I do. But nonetheless, I was drawn to it like a moth to a flame. Used my MIM Fat Tele with a Duncan Lil 59 in the bridge. So excuse that there are enough clams to make a hearty bowl of chowder here...

    http://www.instituteofnoise.com/music/AZHerringboneBT.mp3
     
  2. HarryJ

    HarryJ Member

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    very nice Andy, I dug it
    clams? nah perhaps momentary unintended tensions? To me every note possible (and a few not possible) will work in a static progression like this... it's ALL good

    HJ
     
  3. AndyZ

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    Thanks Harry! I guess I was doing more wanking than really listening, but I like your description much better. ;)
     
  4. mikem

    mikem Senior Member

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    Nice high energy/high octane kinda feel there- there are no clams- just "outside notes"

    :dude

    Mike
     
  5. AndyZ

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    Ya all are too kind...
     
  6. Priestunes

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    This sounded perfectly pearly! (No clams to my ears, which ain't sayin' as much as I may like, but it IS all good!) Niclely pulled, tugged, spat, drilled, coaxed, waxed, and sizzled.
    ;)
     
  7. AndyZ

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    Thanks guys! I guess since it's not plain old RnR Pop or Mainstream stuff, I'm not as used to playing that outside the box. I listen to enough stuff like this, but just don't do it myself normally.
     
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    High energy stuff, me likes! :)
     

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