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  • For the incriminated listener part II

    And the indiscriminate as well, who can tolerate poor singing, after all we are guitarists first.

    I present my humble offering (apologies to JC) assisted by my bro Matt and the marvelous MIDI drum machine

    http://www.riochamastudios.com/01-Track%2001.MP3

    SMOB, I broke down & got a website to avoid all the sign in hassles. Its got a few pix as well.

    http://www.riochamastudios.com
    Your mind is a terrible place to store important information.

    Pix & Music at
    http://www.riochamastudios.com

  • #2
    Nice little tune.

    And you're a much better singer than me !!!


    Regards


    Shane

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    • #3
      Damn, thanks man, I'm diggin' it, love that retro stuff...even though I was kinda hoping for some hardcore rockabilly (thinking of your old sig...) but iz gooda! nice twangy guitar tones, too...what guitar did you use for that?

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      • #4
        Thanks
        That was the Dearmond T400. In my stable it reigns as the king of Rockabilly guitars. Thru my Univalve line out with a little reverb, delay/comp from the POD.
        Your mind is a terrible place to store important information.

        Pix & Music at
        http://www.riochamastudios.com

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        • #5
          i love this stuff. great job, man. i'd put it in the alt. country category, my favorite.
          we're forming a club and letting everyone in.

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          • #6
            Yeah,

            I never really thought of myself as a country player, but I was shocked to find we'd settled on 2 Johnny Cash tunes, 2 Hank Williams tunes, 1 by Hank Thompson (6-pack to go). On the upside we did get in a Duke Ellington, a Ray Charles, 2 Dylan & an Elvis.

            Seems that the simpler tunes leave more room for customizing, where the more complex or signature tunes insist on being playerd pretty true. Check out this one

            http://www.riochamastudios.com/08-Track%2008.MP3
            Your mind is a terrible place to store important information.

            Pix & Music at
            http://www.riochamastudios.com

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