What Is The Most Recent Song You Learned To Play? What's Next?

Discussion in 'Musicians' started by Wizardofodd, Aug 24, 2014.

  1. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    I got to see Dave Matthews back in 94. One of the things that makes them so cool to me is the fact that they have a Jazz/Fusion rhythm section.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
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  2. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    That would be cool. If you tape any, please post them. All ive ever used is compression.
     
  3. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    https://db.tt/27mVq3oh

    I got that feel from the one song I learned..I like the feel of that tune fo sho.Heres that link. First time we played it..second time playing with that drummer..who, is now our drummer.
     
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  4. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Yeah I'm an effects junkie. The main 2 pedals that I don't shut off are Chorus and EQ. I also use a limiter, envelope filter and Delay.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  5. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Nice. Come to think of it, Ive used an envelope before..lol and actualy, my TC Electronic has tone print chorus, bit I just dont use it. Hmm, maybe I should one of these days.
     
  6. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Envelope Filter is great for those Bootsy Collins type lines. I also used it on that Herbie Hancock track to get that Clavinet type sound. I've also used it in conjunction with an Octave pedal and 2 handed tapping to simulate Stevie Wonder type synth bass lines.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  7. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Very cool!
     
  8. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Im just simple. I adjust my shit to get my sound and away I go.lol
     
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  9. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Yeah I've tried programmable multi effects but I like to be able to turn my pedals on and off myself. Plus most of them only have abut 2 or 3 sounds that I liked and they generally are more than I'd like to spend for those 2 or 3 sounds.

    This guy is one of my favorites too:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTQxd63O6N4

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  10. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Pretty trippy
     
  11. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Yeah back in the day he played on all of the old Sugar Hill Records hip hop tracks. He's also played with Jeff Beck, Joe Satriani, Seal, Madonna, and Living Colour among others.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  12. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    I can see why.
     
  13. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    The intro to this is pretty gnarly too:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evpvAOKoU8w

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  14. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Hell yeah. I like those guys.
     
  15. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    http://youtu.be/RjSh8iK6kYA



    my friend David Pastorius..yes, Jaco's nephew. But hes really good ..playing with tech9 these days.
     
  16. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Yeah they are great!

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  17. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Damn!

    Felix Pastorius is a pretty badass player too.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
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  18. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    Its got to be in their blood for realz.
     
  19. Reverand JC

    Reverand JC Willy Fuckin' Wonka

    Once I get off work I'm going to have a couple of beers, work on some arpeggios and pentatonic exercises that I made up and some rhythm exercises that I got from Kai Eckhardt. He used to play bass for John McLaughlin and Garaj Mahal.

    C/S,
    Rev J
     
  20. briezie13

    briezie13 Well-Known Member

    That sounds like a good plan..Ive got a full week of music ahead this week, so tonight, I rest...tomorrow, play all day into the wee hours. Have fun, keep living the dream and ttys!
     

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