Red Ants Funk Revisited

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by iluvstrats, Jul 7, 2006.


  1. iluvstrats

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    yer buzy today--i like the low Godzilla guitar-f(*& nuts!!!

    what is the trem cat?????????

    what about the CAE Shur amp????

    nice layering ideas Joe [Zawinul!] Davies.
     
  3. iluvstrats

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    John, I was in a playing mood today and sluffed off work.
     
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    You should sluff off more often!!!!!!!!!!!!:dude
     
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    VERY NICE!

    I'm gonna have a shot at this one ASAP.

    No distortion, I promise.:AOK
     
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    Some very cool stuff man!
    I loved the A note at the end... maj7 over 7#9 is a great tension

    HJ
     
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    Loved it- great job!

    Mike
     
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    Absolutely killer take!
     
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    Thanks all. I was little embarrased to post this after hearing all the other takes, particularly John's and Harry's which are just killer. Soulman, your use of the octave divider was cool.
     

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