Red Ant's Slow n Nasty Funk

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by marinblues, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Anton posted this one some time ago. Wow, this is such a GREAT backing! I just love this bass line. I realy enjoyed playing over it.


    My take - Slo n Nasty funk

    I used my gorgeous 1982 Strat with Kinman pickups.

    And here's the backing if anyone wants to retry:


    SLo funk backing


    thanks for listening.

    Marin
     
  2. Weldaar

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    Really like the tone you have there Marin. Your playing is stellar as always.
     
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    Very cool, Marin! I love the play against the slap back delay!!! Nice edge to the tone as well.:dude

    BTW, thanks for reminding of this excellent backing. I was looking for something like this to "tone check" my latest amp build. (I'll post in a sec.)
     
  5. WWFII

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    Here's my futile attempt. My timing is bad, and I have tons of nasty notes to boot! I was trying to throw things out to see what might stick. I'll try and have a nicer version for y'all to listen to sometime in the near future.

    http://www.wwfii.org/mp3/Slow Funk (Take 1).mp3
     
  6. Dave35

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    Good stuff SG....glad to finally see you putting some stuff over here :)
     
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    Dude, good playing, laid back. I liked the 70s vibe. Good work !
     
  8. Red Ant

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    NICE!!!! Very relaxed and groovy :) And those Kinmans are great! Which set???
     
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    Very nice, Marin, as always!
     
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  11. marinblues

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    thanks Anton. Great backing. The Kinmans are the Avn Blues set.
     
  12. marinblues

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    thanks to everyone for the nice comments!:)
     
  13. marinblues

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    that was great. The intention was certainly there. Very 1960/70, very woodstock.
     
  14. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Nice. good sound you have there!
     
  15. Scott Peterson

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    Tasty stuff man. *Well* done!!!
     
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    Great laid back groove and you added good feel to it.

    I liked way you dig the notes. Thank you for sharing.


    Tomo
     
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    thanks Tomo!
     

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