Riverhead Good ol' Rock - backing track included

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  1. marinblues

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    Nice- everyone should list the gear used on these clips.
     
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    Hi Marin -
    Very nice! Are you using your Engl?

    - thanks for sharing the backing . .

    Greg
     
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    Really tasteful and good tone!
     
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    sorry guys, I've just realized that a "trunked" version of the backing has been uploaded. I've uploaded the 02:30 version of the backing at the same link. My apologies.

    Marin
     
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    Greg,

    no, no, no...I can't play that german beast at night! :)

    I've used my drum machine guitar sim for the rythm and my yamaha dg stomp for the lead. Late nite digital noodling. ;)

    Tele for rythm, LP style Jacaranda for lead.

    M.
     
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    thanks man.
     
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    Marin and I usually jam together at the LPF, but I thought I'd inflict this on you guys. I was going for the trashy vibe of my high school band 30 years ago... and Get Yer Ya Yas Out/Stray Cat Blues at half-speed.
    Nashville Tele into a Womanizer and then a Trademark 10, twice. A little EchoBoy plug on the lead. Go easy on me...

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/songInfo.cfm?bandID=239050&songID=3405110

    Thanks again for the backing, Marin.:AOK
     
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    hiya clay

    good to see you over here dude

    jimmy
     
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    Good to see you here Clay and thanks for having a take over my backing.

    As I said before, you sound like Mick Taylor himself! ;)


    I must say that I did this backing because I simply enjoyed playing some simple, distorted CHORDS for change. I thought about how the Stones made some really fun and simple music.

    M.
     
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    Hi,

    Marin - Great BT. Thanks! Your take is a paradox as it is full of energy but still relaxed. Very cool!

    Clayville - I liked the sound of your Tele.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    thanks Mats, I am looking forward to your take. :)
     
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    Hi Marin,

    The reason I write my own tunes is that I get to do the first take and then I won't be compared as I'm the one who decides the original.

    Just kidding. :D
    Will see if I get time to do a take because I do have quite a few of my own tunes waiting to happen.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    He, he....next time I shall wait for your take, before I post mine. :)


    M.
     
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    Good job Marin Blues!
    I love the tones you get on this. Tasty solos!
     
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    Nice Marin, as Journo said relaxed and yet energic.
    Love the sound.
     
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    Thanks Marinblues, for both your take and the backing....
     
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    Nice job on the backing Marin. I wish it were longer.
    Thought I'd give it a shot.
    http://www.songramp.com/view.ez?sampleid=41281


    LPGT with Fillmore pups, Plexi modded 1967 Traynor YSR-1 and a 2 X 12 Celestion cabinet with G12H-30 speakers.
     

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