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  • Bark At The Moon - Ozzy Osbourne (cover by Bartek Beben)

    Would love to play with Ozzy


    One guitar take in stereo:
    100% L dry // 100% R wet (chorus),

    Signal path:
    Fender Aerodyne Stratocaster -- audio interface -- DAW -- Amplitube 3 -- impulse response -- quick EQ/mix to fit the song,

    Guitar : Fender Aerodyne Stratocaster,
    Amplifier : Amplitube 3 JCM preamp,
    Cabinet : Catharsis awesometime,

    Amplitube preset:
    (click POBIERZ blue button)

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  • #2

    Excellent job!!  My only advice would be to stand up when you are playing it and show yourself.  Just seems that you put a lot into the song and it's a bit boring just staring at your fretboard the whole vid.  Just my 2 cents, but very well done.


    • Bumhucker
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      You nailed that fast ascending run too... the one that leads back into the intro riff as well.

  • #3

    Good, but the key change or slow down, whetever you did, ruins it for me. 


    • BartekBeben
      BartekBeben commented
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      Tuned down a whole step.

  • #4
    Yeah. Playing was solid though. I'm just too used to the original I guess.

    I remember learning this when it came out...........feeling old......


    • codecontra
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      Why did you tune it down a whole step?