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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Normster, May 28, 2005.

  1. Normster

    Normster Member

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    Snagged and looped the Stormy Monday intro from Allman Bros live. Fun to do a "live" sounding solo over, but probably a copyright infringement. :(

    Stormy Monday Intro BT

    My meager offering: Blues Wankage
     
  2. Woodyworld

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    Ooh sweet as a nut Normster !!

    You mixed it so well mate It sounded like it was part of the original cut, the tone is spot on. Was that the fuch ?

    11 out of 10 from me :dude
     
  3. Normster

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    Thanks, Woody! That means a lot coming from you. :D

    Actually, I don't own a Fuchs yet, but Scott will eventually to talk me into one. That was my Fender Blues Deluxe. The slightly Dumbly tone is the best I can muster from a Route 66 in series with an Arion Tubulator.
     
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    Well it sounded just great and a perfect choice agains the BT - very authentic. Soloing was excellent and sat perfect in the track

    Nice one!

    (Can't deny that with a enorsee like Scott the Fuch are almost iresistable for that D*mble tone........)
     
  5. tybone

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    Nice catch Normster. You gotta love that 12 bar.

    Tybone
     
  6. Normster

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    Hi Norm,

    Notes, phrasing, sound and mix.
    Nice choises all over!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    The tone makes it sound like Gary Moore...but the licks are way more trad. Some nice Freddie and Albert in there!!!! You go Blind Lemon Pukshansky!!!!!!!
     
  10. Red Ant

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    I think the tone is a bit too single-coil to really sound like Moore, but what do i know, i never really listened to that guy :)
     
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    Meager my @$$!!!! Nicely done man - playing & tone both! :)
     
  12. Normster

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    Loved your solo, Ant! Tone and playing sent chills all over my body. :dude

    I really appreciate the comment as well!
     
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    Nice backing, Norm. I love your tone and playing as well! :)
     
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    Hey anton, that was killer!!!
     
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    Red Ant -

    I love your tone and playing!!! Very nice!!!
     
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    I don't know what I was going for here. I was just trying out different settings on my amp and did this quick clip.

    Cloudy Thursday
     
  17. Normster

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    I don't know what you were goin' for either, but those were some mighty fine licks. Now kick that Fuchs into OD! :D
     
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    Thanks, Norm!
    Yeah, I was just test driving the clean channel. The first part I was experimenting playing without a pick . . . I need to practice that more.
    But this amp is all about the OD. :)
     
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    This is take 2 early in the morning trying not to wake people in the house (it's getting to be the only time I can record). So it sounds like I'm deliberately trying to be quiet . . and I am.

    Anyway, it's with my tele through my Gibson amp with a Swamp Thang speaker (pickup switch in mid position). Like I said, I'm not sure what style I'm going for here. Just something different I'm trying - I guess my lame imitation of RF meets PMartino. ?

    Partly Cloudy Friday
     

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