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Fingerspasm
Hey David I have been playing your Southern Rock Lesson and would like the backing track so I can post it on the REC program. I still have a little bit at the end to get down so it might be another week or so before I post it. But thought it would be good to go ahead and start playing to the backing track now. smile.gif
David Wallimann
Cool!
Here is the backing track...
I only have the looped track though, but I think it will help!

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Fingerspasm
QUOTE (David Wallimann @ Sep 8 2009, 05:55 PM) *
Cool!
Here is the backing track...
I only have the looped track though, but I think it will help!

Click to view attachment


Thanks! I can edit it in Logic. I am going to try and record into my apogee ensemble into Logic 8 while recording the video and then drag the video into logic and sync it up. I am thinking this should work.....
fkalich
David, just thinking, since you seem to appreciate this kind of thing, well I have been playing with harmonizers, have a rig that works well for me real time, and then I thought of Allman Bros (which you did a short lesson on), and then I thought of Jessica, and listened to it, first time in awhile, and really, that is a great composition I think. Worthy of a song lesson like some guys do, I think you have done those, yeah, you did. But not sure how many around here would be interested.
I mostly practice newer stuff like others here, but some of this old stuff is pretty good I think.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfM6nRVBvGs...feature=related
David Wallimann
Great suggestion! :-)
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