Its all in the fingers, or is it?

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BY Bg
#725334
really chuffed with that one. All these tracks I've created in Logic Pro, so depending on gig/numbers of people in the band/I can drop tracks in and out.... That one has 3 bass parts in it, I think the main part is a bit low in the mix and the chorus is not hooky standard, need the ehx for that...

Have always loved vanishing point. I have to do Round and Round too :)
Let me know when you get bored ;)
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BY jeremyb
#725335
Nice work Beeg, I'll upload my version of blue monday at some point :)
BY foal30
#725348
I never got into Technique but top job on those tracks. Low Life and Power Corruption and Lies would be my top 2 albums.

Read up on the current stuff last week.... Seems Hook has isolated himself somewhat.
BY foal30
#725349
I am learning some Amy Winehouse , Charles Mingus and reworking an old Equus album :shock: May be life in the old horse yet.
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BY Bg
#725353
foal30 wrote:I never got into Technique but top job on those tracks. Low Life and Power Corruption and Lies would be my top 2 albums.

Read up on the current stuff last week.... Seems Hook has isolated himself somewhat.


Yeah some what. I couldn't pick sides in that one and wouldn't want too. Seen both hooky's tours and new orders tours of recent times. Enjoyed both as much, they actually want to play nowadays, whereas back in the eighties they just wanted to be stoned :) We didn't notice, we were the same.
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BY jeremyb
#725355
As much as I love Hooky I don't like his singing at all :(
BY null_pointer
#735132
foal30 wrote:"She's Got To Be Somebody's Baby" - Jackson Browne

Quintessential LA '80's smooth


Played this a few times live, actually goes down well. One of those 'I think I've heard that before' numbers for older (read: 40+) crowds who remember Fast Times At Ridgemont High
BY foal30
#735133
null_pointer wrote:
foal30 wrote:"She's Got To Be Somebody's Baby" - Jackson Browne

Quintessential LA '80's smooth


Played this a few times live, actually goes down well. One of those 'I think I've heard that before' numbers for older (read: 40+) crowds who remember Fast Times At Ridgemont High



'Twas a great film
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BY werdna
#735926
The solo from Out in the Fields, Gary Moore - thanks to Molly for posting the clip. Getting my Aeolian chops tightened up.
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BY Aquila Rossa
#735942
Kiwiaxe wrote:Yngwie's Far Beyond the Sun
Mother fucker it's hard


I had all the YJM tabs and books back in late 80s. Practiced my ass off but could only do a few bits here and there. Mostly the three string arpeggio stuff. Flat out alternate picked shred eludes me to this day. I will get close, but if I switch to other styles and do not practice it, I lose it very quickly. Not a natural thing for me. Too much work. I decided to play to my natural strengths instead, which is legato and bending, because I am left handed and play right handed (better control of fretting hand than pick). Still fv<ks me off that I can't shred at times though. I think if a person is going to be able to shred well, it will become apparent quite early on, so no point flogging a dead horse if it ain't gonna happen.
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