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Two chord jam

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by telewacker, Apr 11, 2008.

  1. telewacker

    telewacker Supporting Member

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    Thats very cool playing. Was that just fingers and no pick ? very good whammy bar control and great sound.......... Really sounds like you are enjoying it. :drink
     
  3. JMayerFan

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    Cool sounds man! Do I hear some Ford phrasings in there?
     
  4. telewacker

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    Thanks! Yup, just fingers. I use a Lee Jackson XLS1000 amp through old Marshall cabs. The 8x10 has a woody crunchy sound that's totally unique...just stick a 57 in front of it. No EQ. The echo is a Time Factor. The really hollow gain tone is a Deluxe Electric Mistress set on "Filter Matrix". The backwards guitar is a Tone Core echo pedal set for reverse. Everything's on my p-board in loops in my Wobo prog looper. I plug my guitar straight into the amp. All the OD is in the amp. It's at a very modest volume too. Lee's amps don't have to be loud to sound great.

    The opening rhythm guitar is going through the "Symphonic" fx patch in my Yamaha DAW. A little early reflections on the saxes. Some compression on the horns and lead guitar.

    Everything's one take except the horn harmonies which took a couple of tries to get the second horn's phrasing to match the first as I created the parts on the fly.

    Too much information? I know you didn't ask! LOL!!
     
  5. telewacker

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    Noooooooo. I'm a Mopar fan.
     
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    Sounds great Paul ... ya know I"m a fan now ...:)
     
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    OO very nice Paul.

    Love that percussive slap only fingers can give you. Nice playing

    Couple of beckish Trem moments...........yummy
     
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    Thanks Joseph!
     
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    Thanks bro! Very nice playing on your clips too. Great phrasing!
     

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