Playing Fretless For Artist Neferfari

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  1. JAUQO III-X

    JAUQO III-X

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  2. BobaFret

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    I like it. It harkens back to older times music with more advanced production and updated vox.

    Some organic quality I can't put my typing on.
     
  3. JAUQO III-X

    JAUQO III-X

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    Thank you. I gave the artist exactly what she wanted.


    I've known the artist for many years and she is definitely the real deal.
     
  4. bassbrad

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    Very nice, thanx for sharing.
     
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  6. bottomzone

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    Very, very nice and smooth groove! Well done!

    A Groove is a Terrible Thing to Waste! :cool:
     
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    Well done!! Your part was honest and very true to the song. Every instrument except the voice sounded good. I think if she started the tune without using that voicing and instead used the voicing she comes back with off the short instumental time it would be much more pleasing to the ear. I say this only because she uses her voice as an instrument which I like and I like her voice, its just her first choice is abit to forward. It almosts sounds like an outboard effect is on her voice when I'm sure she was going for that effect naturally. To use that voicing the second or third time around could have given the tune a twist instead of opening with it. A few more changes could have been utilized without breaking the established groove but then again you didn't ask for a re-write hahahaha sorry!!! Nice job, interesting voice! Doc
     
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    Man that was excellent!
     
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    Can you elaborate on the bass you used please.
     
  11. Jazzdogg

    Jazzdogg Less barking, more wagging! Supporting Member

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    Singer didn't do a thing for me, but I dug your bass playing, Jauqo. :D
     
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    Thank you.


    I used a fretless Lakland 4-94 with custom Bartolini pickups(not the Lakland/Bart series), and a Bart pre.



    Well as you know, no singer can do it for every one. And thanks for digging the bass playing.
     
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    jerry Definitely not trending Gold Supporting Member

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    Have to listen to it later, work doesn't like that page.
     

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