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  • #46
    Originally posted by Myron Stratis
    Phil: Nice tone and experimental phrasing! Yes!


    LOL! If you mean experimental = sloppy, you got it right That's the trouble with posting a first take.

    I certainly enjoyed yours, the Uber sure does not sound like a Uber. THe playing was flawless as usual.
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    • #47
      My take is very lame.
      http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000168412_000030543.mp3

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      • #48
        Here is a try... some clams but kind of OK... I like the backing track!

        VaiSatrianiZappaTake

        It's kind of sloppy.... I'd like to do better but it would take a while.... I was influenced by Frank Zappa's Inca Roads solo.

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        • #49
          I gave this one a try. I used the melodic minor in parts. Hope i didnt butcher this one to badhttp://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000123752_000030547.mp3

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Whackmaster63
            I gave this one a try. I used the melodic minor in parts. Hope i didnt butcher this one to badhttp://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000123752_000030547.mp3


            I like the use of the melodic minor... gives it a unique feel.

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            • #51
              I wanna see Blackstratblues take a shot at this one. He always has killer clips!

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              • #52
                Adam,

                Thanks for posting this track...

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                • #53
                  Me...

                  Adam, Loved everything about this. HUGE sound, excellent recording! Very fluid and tasty playing. Great job!

                  PhilBelanger...

                  Phil, I really like your tone on this... the sustain is sweet and stinging. You've got a lot of cool ideas here... I especially like the "middle-eastern" bit near the end!

                  Syrnett...

                  Erik, Cool fluid tone... I like that clear but sustainy sound. Very melodic! Nice job!

                  Bob Savage and video

                  Bob, very "Bob Savage"-ish. That's lots of great riffing, wild whammy barring, and in this case plenty of wah, wah wah. I liked it! The video doesn't work well on my old home system... oh well. I guess I'll have to wait for the DVD!

                  leadfootdriver

                  Mick, your style sounds great with this backing. Speed shred. Great sounding and souper hot playing. My favorite clip of yours.
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Myron Stratis
                    Guys! I am downloading your takes now!

                    Here is mine:

                    direct link: http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000154609_000030538.mp3

                    DSP page:
                    http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/VirtualStudios/Listen/detail.php?eltid=30538

                    Now this is something I've never done before!!! Lydian shreding, YAY!!!! I am playing Vai!

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                    GREAT job Myron! Perfect tone, fabulous playing. RIPPING@RIPPING.COM!
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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by J.B.
                      My take is very lame.
                      http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000168412_000030543.mp3



                      J.B. I really liked the sound you're getting here. Another very nice recorded guitar take. Your playing, especially your right hand is very nicely accented by this type of sound. Good job.
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by jazzbo
                        Here is a try... some clams but kind of OK... I like the backing track!

                        VaiSatrianiZappaTake

                        It's kind of sloppy.... I'd like to do better but it would take a while.... I was influenced by Frank Zappa's Inca Roads solo.


                        jazzbo, This take is very cool! I don't think I've heard one of your takes before... but great job on this one!
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                        • #57
                          Having probs getting online with my computer, so I'm at the girlfriends right now listening. Dialup...


                          RVS: Again, cool track. I like the rotory(?) effect on the accompanyment. Cool in the pocket groovin, with splashes of flash.

                          Phil B: Cool sustaining tone, and scale exploration.

                          Syrnett: Nice tranquil improv.

                          Bubba: Nice playing. You put thought into this one. Seemed to fit you well.

                          Myron: Super tasty mang! Nice!
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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Whackmaster63
                            I gave this one a try. I used the melodic minor in parts. Hope i didnt butcher this one to badhttp://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/Members/000123752_000030547.mp3


                            Whackmaster63, This track brought out a lot of great playing... and your take was right up there with the coolest. Great tone and use of vibrato.
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                            • #59
                              Hey fellas: My mp3 converter makes my mixes sound like ass. You can hear a big differance comparing my mix to others. Does the sound card affect the conversion? What bit rate, and sample freq do you guys convert at?

                              My computer is a piece, but it's easier to just sit on the couch, and do little ditties like this while surfing, and noodling on the guitar.

                              I wish I had a big desk, or another computer. Then I would hook it up to my multi track recorders, so I wouldn't have to use CD-R's to transfer everything.
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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by PhilBelanger


                                LOL! If you mean experimental = sloppy, you got it right That's the trouble with posting a first take.

                                I certainly enjoyed yours, the Uber sure does not sound like a Uber. THe playing was flawless as usual.


                                No bro! When I say "experimental" I mean that you are FAR from safe playing, you reach out and stretch a lot, I love that!

                                Thanks for the nice words, I swear that this is how my Uber sounds! Be well!
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