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Postby cnev » April 12th, 2012, 8:35 am

Dan some great points there, we have already talked about transitions and which songs we can go right into etc. Again we haven't recorded anything at practice and I do agree it would be helpful.


We actually did time our set list but we got cut off before the hour was actually up and we did have a closing song that for some reason when we had to switch the singer didn't want to do.

We didn't play Mustang Sally that night and it bores me to death but I think we will play it at some point so your idea of a sing along is good.

Now I'll never have gig reports like Tommy since I don't pay attention to alot of the stuff that makes for good reading, unless of course a couple hot blondes make it up on stage.. :D
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Postby Laz » April 12th, 2012, 3:03 pm

cnev wrote:Now I'll never have gig reports like Tommy since I don't pay attention to alot of the stuff that makes for good reading, unless of course a couple hot blondes make it up on stage.. :D


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Postby TRGuitar » April 14th, 2012, 3:31 pm

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Now Jailbreak is an easy song but the solo if you can call it that has the two guitars playing the same riff, sounds great if both guitars nail it and not so great if one is off. we plyed that I think 3 times as a group before the gig and it came out close to perfect...not sure if it's luck or what but that was really a pleasant suprise.

That's something I'm curious about. The boy and I do that one so there is just one guitar with the bass. This means no wa waa parts. It's too sparce if I do those parts. Please tell me what you think of our version as a three piece.

http://youtu.be/e6HQTly82kg

We are talking Thin Lizzy right?
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Postby Laz » April 14th, 2012, 3:33 pm

TRGuitar wrote:
cnev wrote:
Now Jailbreak is an easy song but the solo if you can call it that has the two guitars playing the same riff, sounds great if both guitars nail it and not so great if one is off. we plyed that I think 3 times as a group before the gig and it came out close to perfect...not sure if it's luck or what but that was really a pleasant suprise.

That's something I'm curious about. The boy and I do that one so there is just one guitar with the bass. This means no wa waa parts. It's too sparce if I do those parts. Please tell me what you think of our version as a three piece.

http://youtu.be/e6HQTly82kg

We are talking Thin Lizzy right?


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Postby TRGuitar » April 14th, 2012, 3:40 pm

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Postby cnev » May 15th, 2012, 7:22 am

OK our first official gig is Saturday the 26th. Here's what we are going to play with probably a few extras thrown in. These sets will be changed a bit We are not going to end with Ring of Fire

    Back In The USSR Beatles
    Good Better than Ezra
    Jailbreak Thin Lizzy
    Just What I Needed Cars
    Cumbersome Seven Mary Three
    We're An American Band Grand Funk
    Another Thing Coming Judas Priest
    Are You Gonna Go My Way Lenny Kravitz
    First I Look At The Purse J. Geils Band
    Crossroads Cream

    Use Somebody Kings of Leon
    White Room Cream
    Kryptonite 3 Doors Down
    Roadhouse Blues  Doors
    Plush Stone Temple Pilots
    Day of the Eagle Robin Trower
    Blue On Black Kenny Wayne Shepard
    Born To Be Wild Steppenwolf
    Beer Drinkers ZZ Top
    Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett

    Shimmer Fuel
    Lonely Boy Black Keys
    Hashpipe Weezer
    Double Vision Foriegner
    Machinehead Bush
    Sex Type Thing Stone Temple Pilots
    The Boys Are Back In Town Thin Lizzy
    Keep Away Godsmack
    In My Life Beatles
    Ring Of Fire Social Distortion
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Postby jwmartin » May 16th, 2012, 10:16 am

Looks like a good set list cnev! Good luck with the gig, you gotta let us know how it turned out and get some video if you can.
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Postby Niklas » May 16th, 2012, 12:55 pm

I'm in interested in how you play the main riff in Lonely Boy? The one in the intro where the last note is what I guess a E dropped with a whammy to a D?

Do you use a whammy, pedal, bend the neck or play it in dropped D?

Saw live footage when The Black Keys played this song and I didn't think it sounded very good when Dan played it... I believe he used a floyd rose/Bigsby of some sort.

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Postby cnev » May 17th, 2012, 4:40 am

Niklas, yes it needs to be played with a whammyy pedal you really can't get down that low without it. I have an ME-70 that has an + and - octave I use the - octave and the pedal.

The FX is not quite as good as a good whammy pedal by itself but it's close
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Postby Niklas » May 17th, 2012, 6:21 am

Ok, thank you. I thought it had to be something like that.
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Postby Rahul » May 31st, 2012, 8:16 am

Like Hashpipe - Weezer!

By the way, do you guys have to pay anything for copyright since (I assume) you would be making money out of playing these songs?

Hope the gig went well! :)
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Postby cnev » May 31st, 2012, 11:14 am

Rahul....Whacha talkin bout Willis? :shock:
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Postby TRGuitar » May 31st, 2012, 3:34 pm

Usually venues pay the ASCAP fees but it was a private party. I won't tell this time. :lol:
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