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> Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming., Purple/Morse Cover.
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post Mar 14 2009, 09:06 PM
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Hi

I posted few days ago, a video of Deep Purple playing this live. After watching this I just had to cover it. Really a hard song to play, most of the main melody is played with tap harmonics, and that´s very hard to play like that clean, but I did my best. smile.gif

I play all guitars, but other instruments are within a backing track I found on the net.

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post Mar 14 2009, 09:12 PM
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Wow man this was a sweet cover! Sound quality is amazing , clean guitars sound amazing as well as distorted ones! You played it really well and produced the track great!
When I was at Morse's clinic he was showing this song smile.gif

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post Mar 15 2009, 01:22 AM
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Hey thanks Bogdan.....I was up burning the midnight oil last night, sweating learning those taps harmonics, my hands hurt when I went to bed, then I recorded it today. I will listen to it again after the weekend, I think I´ve had enough of it for one day. smile.gif

Did Steve show the taping techneque in the clinic? I don´t understand how he produces harmonics for tones played after the 12th fret, not enough frets for a whole octive, even on a 24 fret guitar. But there is no problem getting harmonic tone for notes played below 12th.






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post Mar 15 2009, 01:33 AM
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QUOTE (Gilmore @ Mar 15 2009, 02:22 AM) *
Hey thanks Bogdan.....I was up burning the midnight oil last night, sweating learning those taps harmonics, my hands hurt when I went to bed, then I recorded it today. I will listen to it again after the weekend, I think I´ve had enough of it for one day. smile.gif

Did Steve show the taping techneque in the clinic? I don´t understand how he produces harmonics for tones played after the 12th fret, not enough frets for a whole octive, even on a 24 fret guitar. But there is no problem getting harmonic tone for notes played below 12th.


The harmonic isn't on the fret, it's on the string, so the octave harmonic for a fret above 12th will be above the pickups,
for example if you play the 14th fret, it's octave harmonic would be where fret 26 would be if you had 26 frets.

Finding these harmonic spots is solely based on trial and error, you can guess the general area of where the harmonic would be but you'll need to try a few times before you will find the exact spot.

Hope that helped smile.gif

About the track, you did a great job, only a few timing issues here and there.


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post Mar 15 2009, 03:53 PM
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This is very nice, sound is really pro!


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post Mar 15 2009, 10:24 PM
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good playing and awesome sound smile.gif


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post Mar 27 2009, 12:04 PM
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Nicely done! smile.gif
Backingtrack sounds great, and the guitars are well done too.
But the harmonics after the 12th fret can be quite tricky .. had to give it quite a number of tries to get eventually get it right.
Iluha is spot on with how it's done.


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post Mar 27 2009, 12:25 PM
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Very nice job!
Your technique is clean and great sound quality!
Thanks a lot for posting this, awesome job!


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