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Post by GuitarAlex » May 27th, 2005, 7:33 am

Sent my part in last night. Sorry to be the holdout.

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Post by teleplayer324 » May 27th, 2005, 8:11 am

smokindog wrote:Mine is in, sorry I'm a bit late, lots of "honey do " jobs this week :lol: --the dog
I haven't recieved yours Dog, what e-mail address did you send it to?
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Post by smokindog » May 27th, 2005, 9:09 am

I sent it to the right address, don't know what went wrong. :? Any way, i sent it again in 2 separate mails, let me know if you don't get it this time-the dog

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Post by teleplayer324 » May 27th, 2005, 9:38 am

I got it Dog,
I've got a really busy weekend ahead playing out sat, sun and mon so probably won't get to mix it till tues. night.
Sorry for the delay guys
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Post by teleplayer324 » May 29th, 2005, 11:57 am

Got a break in my schedule today, uploading tune now.
Tune is uploaded and available at http://www.soundclick.com/bands/2/teleplayer_music.htm
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Post by GuitarAlex » May 31st, 2005, 5:50 am

Nice Job everyone!!! Tele and Dog, you got a bit of country twang going on there -- I have no idea how to get that kind of sound. Nice licks, too.

I guess me and Shibby went a little crazy with gain, compared to you guys. But Shibby, that was a nice improvement, especially if you say you're a newbie. I also think you got the best tone on this track. How did you record?

I was wondering, of those that heard my playing on previous jams, do you think my tone got any better, b/c I was trying some new things recording-wise. (?)

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Post by GuitarAlex » May 31st, 2005, 4:39 pm

Did everyone give up on this jam? I thought it was good.... some comments would be nice.

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Post by teleplayer324 » May 31st, 2005, 4:55 pm

a country twang? Interesting, just some slide stuff
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Post by smokindog » May 31st, 2005, 4:59 pm

Hey everyone, i think we all got side tracked by the long weekend :lol:
The jam turned out pretty cool 8) I loved tele's slide playing, nice tone. shibby, I think you are coming along very nicely, geting better with each jam-keep it up!! :D :D Alex, cool tone how did you do that! It woke me right up!! as far as sounding "country" Its probally the" Tele twang" and playing a lot on the bottom strings.--the dog

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Post by GuitarAlex » May 31st, 2005, 6:40 pm

teleplayer324 wrote:a country twang? Interesting, just some slide stuff
See, I've never heard much (any?) slide playing or country music, for that matter, so my idea of "country twang" is kinda limited. Anyway, it sounded cool and unusual to my ears.

Dog -- see how unqualified in country/country rock I am???? :D :D :D

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Post by GuitarAlex » May 31st, 2005, 6:45 pm

Oh, and I plugged straight into the computer, using Amplitube and Adobe Audition (which is kind of like Audacity).

The setting in Amplitube was "Brit Class A head with a vintage 4x10 open cab with gain on 0" with an auto wah, chorus, and overdrive "stomp boxes".

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Post by smokindog » May 31st, 2005, 7:55 pm

Alex, check out Kieth Richards of the Rolling Stones, songs like Far Away Eyes, Dead Flowers, You Gotta move, wild Horses and Honky Tonk Woman all have a " country" sound . The Stones have been called the "Greatest country band in the world" :lol: :lol: --the dog

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Post by teleplayer324 » June 1st, 2005, 5:44 am

GuitarAlex wrote:
teleplayer324 wrote:a country twang? Interesting, just some slide stuff
See, I've never heard much (any?) slide playing or country music, for that matter, so my idea of "country twang" is kinda limited. Anyway, it sounded cool and unusual to my ears.
Alex, hope you didn't misunderstand, I wasn't upset about the comment, it just surprised me. I love the lapsteel and pedal steel players associated with country and try to capture some of it in my slide playing, I just never thought I was successful at it. Your comment was a good little boost, thanks.
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Post by smokindog » June 1st, 2005, 6:00 am

I'm with Tele here, I love a little "twang" in my playing. Thats why i like Fender guitars and probally the same goes for teleplayer too.I also played in a few country rock bands back in the 70's. A lot of rock music was influenced by country music ( hank williams, Carl Perkins) for example. George Harrison was largly influenced by Carl Perkins :D :D Rock-n-roll was born from country and blues 8) 8) I'll send you a country jam that nroberts and I did on another forum, --the dog

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Post by GuitarAlex » June 1st, 2005, 6:06 am

Cool. My only exposure to lap/pedal steel was what Gilmore did on Dark Side of the Moon and such.

And yeah, Fenders are nice. All bright and spanky. I play a Fender strat right now, though I'd like to get a full hollow body in the near future.

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