Slippery li'l bugger! Fretless live vid...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    Hey Ed thanks for the clips! :)

    Great playing there as always, but is it just me or does the right side of your lip twitch when you're playing? ;)

    Excellent stuff!:dude
     
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    Yeah it does...it's from years of mumbling along. Especially after a few vodkas.
     
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    Long download, but worth it!
    Nice clips Ed.

    Or I can always call you Elvis and you call me Goose:D :D :D

    Gregory
     
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    Look a chicken...:)
     
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    :D Heh funny to hear you talk.
    Great playing, love those slippery lines.
    Smoking band.
     
  7. MusicGearGuys

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    No no no that a German stand in for Ed's voice.
    Cant you tell that he is from Southern USA?
    He is a distant cousin of the late Elvis Presley.........
    wheres a chicken?:D :D

    Ok, ok, really Ed, what pedals did you use?
    It really cut through the mix.

    Gregory
     
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    Lets see-oh a chicken-
    Emma Reeza or Maxon SD9 depending on what I needed and a Line 6 DL4.
     

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