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Gilmore
Jan 2 2008, 03:09 PM
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Hi

I found this backing track some time ago on the internet. It´s the original song I think but the guitars has been removed, so I recorded my own over it. smile.gif The solo is partially original but for the most parts I played major pantatonic scale to fill in because I don´t know the solo that well.

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Here is the backing track if someone want´s to give it a try.

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Nice work Gilmore, you played the riffs very nicely, and the solo was very nice also, it fit great with the song smile.gif

Good job! smile.gif

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Jan 2 2008, 03:19 PM
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Yeah, very well played! The beginning of the solo had that slide feeling to it. smile.gif

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Nice sound man, just try to stay more in time with the song.

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Good job man you did an excellent job on the solo, and rhythm guitar was almost there with a little effort it will be spot on. wink.gif

Great recording !

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Gilmore
Jan 5 2008, 09:26 PM
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Thanks.

I know about the riffs are a little off with the backing, but I was too lazy to record it again. It seems like when I record there is always something that goes wrong. I think I´m too stressed too get it right, everytime I turn on the recorder I get nervous and think too much about that i´m recording. You know what I mean?

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Jan 5 2008, 11:51 PM
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Nice choice of song, and the solo sounded good too. I was trying to learn "la grange" solo, but I'm not so used to that kind of triplet feel and i had a hard time getting the rhythm right.

QUOTE (Gilmore @ Jan 5 2008, 09:26 PM) *
I know about the riffs are a little off with the backing, but I was too lazy to record it again. It seems like when I record there is always something that goes wrong. I think I´m too stressed too get it right, everytime I turn on the recorder I get nervous and think too much about that i´m recording. You know what I mean?


I have the same problem. But i find it quite easy to do several recordings and merge them in order to get rid of the parts with mistakes!

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Jan 5 2008, 11:55 PM
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Does anybody know how they removed the guitars?

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