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  1. AA bassist

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    my band let me know what u think thankx
     
  2. AA bassist

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    here is one more Id appreciate all feedback good or bad. it was recorded off a camera so audio isnt as good as it could be
     
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    Better check your link.;)
     
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    The original tune was pretty cool. On the Filter tune you gotta tell the 2nd guitar player NOT to play the riff unison with you on the verse, it sounds like crap. That part should be bass doing the riff alone and the guitar(s) doing the feedback thing, IMO.


    Diggin' the pickguard you got too. :)
     
  7. jive1

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    And if it's what I think it is, a single J pickup, then it makes it even more bad@$$.

    Enjoyed the video

    Here's one of us from our last gig that a fan recorded.
     
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    The only one we have...
     
  9. AA bassist

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    yeah we quit doing that with the guitar part since he was a fill in (guitarist) and he got excited. it originally wasnt that way but thankx for the feedback i appreciate it floyd. and yeah its a single coil j99 carvin pickup also my friend made the custom pickguard i love it:bassist: thankx jive1
     
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    and the last one from the same show
     
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    I'm gonna play along:

    !

    Probably 99,99% of you can't understand a word she is singing but it doesn't matter - you're all just listening if my playing is good (be merciful!) and checking out gear anyway. :)

    edit: if you are wondering the size of the stage - amount of people listening, we were the 2nd band of a festifall and a lot of people were on their way still
     
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    Nothing too musically new here, just some good vibes, decent performances, and, on occasion, pretty people. Enjoy & comment as you will.

    --dig the bass copping the keyboard and bass lines simultaneously
     
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    houseluna (indie/electronic/dance):
    (sorry for the bad sound quality--low mic quality on the camcorder)

    http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=402903463741 - Keep Moving

    http://www.facebook.com/houseluna?v=photos&ref=ts#!/video/video.php?v=400539173741 - Hurricane


    The Uncool (classic rock tomfoolery):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORArv60I3WQ - Black Night (cover)
    I'm off to the side, so I'm hardly in this one :)

    Née Née (pop):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ahSZX79o1I - Favorite Meal

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bK1P2KuWd8E - Birthday Suit (this song won some kind of award before I joined the band--couldn't tell you what award it was.)
     
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    Thanks. That headless is the most played bass at my gigs..
     
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    I hear where you're coming from. I've heard so many lousy male renditions of Zeppelin tunes, I'm happy if the singer can hit Plant's high notes, regardless of gender.
     
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    This is also true! I'd rather hear the version you guys played than most of the cover versions I've heard in bars and clubs, but hearing one of the not-to-common guys who CAN do it is just something special for me.
     
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