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Discussion in 'New to the forum? Start Here :-)' started by Vuk, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. ectoflanger

    ectoflanger Supporting Member

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    A bit of this--



    and a bit of that-

     
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    da-vonk Warwick Enthusiast forevah

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    Roy Ayers ... even if U don't know da man or if U don't like jazz I do all advise U to watch this vid ... besides that he is a great funk, soul, and jazz composer and vibrafone player, he is also famous for having more sampled hits by rappers than any other artist ... Tracks that Sampled Roy Ayers

     
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    Experimental jazz guitarist Anthony Pirog, with the rhythm section from the mighty Fugazi!

     
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  5. ectoflanger

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    The song that cemented my respect for Robin Trower and forever enamored me of the Fender Stratocaster- recorded live in Stockholm in 1975-

     
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    Rickenbacker-friendly music-- these have nice discernible bass lines that run the gamut from melody to cool harmonic counterpoint-



     
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    Been transcribing some Little River Band

    Diplomatic style I'll say it hasn't dated well.
     
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    Not a fan across the board but It's a Long Way There (uncut studio version) for me is an epic song. And Ric Formosa's razor sharp lead guitar really makes it stand out-
     
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    jester Moderator Moderator

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    A very interesting traditional metal band I dug out. Apparently there's some kind of resurgence of underground traditional metal. Which I certainly have no objection with. I am the hammer lads.

     
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    This tour de force of a piece was little-known in Zappa's lifetime, having only come out on the Piquantique "official bootleg". He may have abstained from releasing it because he reused several of the themes in later pieces, including "Greggary Peccary", "Cucamunga", and "The Be-Bop Tango". But since his death, the estate has released several live albums featuring this composition. This particular album is a real barn-burner from 1973. Definitely one of those Zappa albums that leans away from comedy and more towards virtuoso musical performances.

     
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    The Cult

    Self titled album from 1993
    Grab a 5 string bass, a plectrum, a distortion type pedal and a tube amp

    I've done some bass charts in notation if anyone is interested.
     
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    I was at a friend's last night. He had just won a brand new, 180 gram vinyl copy of George Harrison's All Things Must Pass. He put a brand new stylus cartridge on the turntable just for the occasion. I don't think I've ever heard a virgin stylus play a virgin record before. It sounded amazing. Not one crackle or pop anywhere.
     
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    Been listening to this guy a lot lately. Nice stuff
     
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    @Ric5 are you the guy who converts 4 string Ric's to 5?
     
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    I hope so. He has an amazing bass overdrive website. It's very good like Bongo's Compression Omni.com
     
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    I will say when I see the Who on a bass site I'm expecting a bearded nudist shouting.
     
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    Yes that is me

    www.3dentourage.com/425/

    I figured I was overdue to come over to this site ...
     
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