What happens when you mix many kegs and the tune Sunny!

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  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Hi guys,

    This is a four or five year old live excerpt from the tune Sunny. Recorded at a big outside bash called Septemberfest. Lots o beer and BBQ....

    Horrid cassette recording! I had to really try to clean it up.... Awful tone. It is my Jaros into Rivera Quiana. Just plain bad.... Those V30s in the Rivera were crap. Bad match for the amp IMO. This is shortly before I threw the towel in and put the Rivera away in the basement.

    Anywho.... Here is the beer induced 5 minute Sunniathon! LOL See if you can make it all the way through.,... :horse (what I did to the tune! haha!)

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/music/sunny64.mp3

    On another note, I really miss playing with other humans... I may just need to make an effort to roust up some guys and form a band.
     
  2. johnfindlay

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    Me first-Im here first!!!! good recording & "ya's"!!!

    Feel like you're gonna have a mike Stern meltdown......you ARE!!!!!-
    great solo-like the apres-keg feel as opposed to the morning coffee takes-

    its sounds more like a Strrat one to me-so I relate easy-lotsa of pointy sound
    [im still listening-going to bridge pick-up-even skunkier- hey !!! thats my favorite chromatic lick too!!!
    how many times can the drummer go 4 onthe snare tho!


    greasy dooooooode!!! -like the audience indicated -whooo-hooo!!!:dude
     
  3. Normster

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    Smokin' Scott! I hear ya with the "human" thing. I haven't played with other musicians in over 6 years. Time to get back in the saddle.
     
  4. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    The tone beyond sucked...BUT...the playing was my fave playing of yours. Way cooler than the static backing tracks stuff. YUP, you gotta put a band together. (Told ya so many time though).
     
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    Listened to it before,but once again you're burning it up,Scott!You definitely need to get with soem people and record some stuff!


    Vlad
     
  6. DANOCASTER

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    AGREED !! The only nice thing about backing tracks is that you never have to worry about the drummer being confused as to whether it's a DRUM solo or a GUITAR solo !! :jo

    ( see above clip for an example of what I'm talking about );)
     
  7. rwe333

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    Excellent guitar playing, unbelievably horrid drumming. ;)

    That said, +1 to Ed's comments - ain't gonna muster much fire/interation over a backing track.
    Get out playing, ya twerp - no excuses! :)
     
  8. johnfindlay

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    I hope my previous comments about the drummer and his 1/4 note snare
    hits didn't spark a mini drum-lover sub-thread!!:D

    Seriously tho I do think y'all kicked some serious keg-butt on this!!

    JF
     
  9. scottl

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    Let's just say the drummer and the bassist could barely stand... And it wasn't just the booze. They were beating their own dead "horse"

    I haven't seen either guy in ages! I hoep they are OK.

    At least homey never played their game.

    Thanks for the comments! I do believe I should follow the advice. I was getting all teary eyed reminiscing over the days of live playing. It has been ages....

    Scott
     
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    I know the feeling-I havent gigged in two years this May-im itchin'-

    once again thanx for reminding us what a damn exciting player you are -& damn!-get at it!:AOK
     
  11. DrSax

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    yeah, man! you were burning! would love to see you play out live....
     
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    definitely heard some Martino influence there, too. cool....
     
  13. scottl

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    Thanks for the kind words guys!

    Dr Sax, glad you heard the half dozen or so Martino ripoffs... ;)

    Boy I miss playing live.... Sniff.....
     
  14. russ6100

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    That was great Scott! Some serious finger endurance!
    I'm not playing out right now either and it's killin' me.

    Russ
    http://www.russletson.com
     
  15. HarryJ

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    Jeez Scott,
    You really need to learn how to play longer, more flowing lines :)

    HJ
     
  16. duffyguitarman

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    Sounds like you were having a riot.:dude


    Peace,
    duffy
     
  17. myles loud

    myles loud Supporting Member

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    hey scottl!!!!!!
    smokin' bro!!!! you should be sharing your gift.
    myles
     
  18. iluvstrats

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    Scott,

    You need to be playing out! That was soooo frick'n good!
     
  19. mikem

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    That was an awesome jam- sounds like fun to me!

    :JAM

    Mike
     
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    Great playing Scott...do that some more:D
    Nothing like live stuff.
     

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