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post Mar 13 2010, 11:58 AM
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Hey Guys,

Muris filled up my humble cover of Maiden's wasted years with a solid vocal lead line.
It's simply amazing .. He's a great maiden fan and now a part of this tribute laugh.gif
Hope you guyz like it. Definitely made my day smile.gif

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I know very little about this style i.e using guitar to express the vocals, so this is a great learning curve. My cover & vid that I did can be found here

Thanks Muris !! Up the Irons Bro !! \m/

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post Mar 13 2010, 12:16 PM
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Great playing! However, the vid seems to be out of sync sometimes. I enjoyed all time!!! smile.gif

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post Mar 13 2010, 12:21 PM
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Awesome work. The guitar lead from Muris made the cover even better, love it.


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post Mar 13 2010, 01:51 PM
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Awesome... Muris sucks as always!!! Haha.. where does he get the tone man??

Great tone.. Great fill up Muris.

Great Job zen, I watched your video and indeed its so tight. smile.gif


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post Mar 13 2010, 04:07 PM
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Very nice. I understood that I would hear him singing smile.gif Anyway sounds great


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post Mar 13 2010, 04:26 PM
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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Mar 14 2010, 02:07 AM) *
Very nice. I understood that I would hear him singing smile.gif Anyway sounds great


Ya, i made a mistake phrasing the topic .. mods can correct it.

But it would be good to hear him sing on it too smile.gif


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post Mar 13 2010, 04:58 PM
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Great job Zen!!!
Awesome work from Muris as always!!!
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Ha that was ace great job Muris smile.gif


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QUOTE (zen @ Mar 13 2010, 03:26 PM) *
Ya, i made a mistake phrasing the topic .. mods can correct it.

But it would be good to hear him sing on it too smile.gif

Yeah, he's got a great voice


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Heard it this morning and it sounds sooo good, I jammed over it for twenty minutes too laugh.gif


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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Mar 13 2010, 10:07 AM) *
Very nice. I understood that I would hear him singing smile.gif Anyway sounds great


Me too I toaught he would sing ...... I taught it was made to be funny but that lead really completes well the song.


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post Mar 14 2010, 12:08 AM
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While we are at it, can someone comment on how to go about learning this style i.e playing vocal lines using the guitar.
I believe the correct phrasing, when to use slide, hammeron, pull off, legatos etc is of utmost important in capturing the feel.
I just tried doing the first verse and although it came out ok, it lacked the feel and the emotion sad.gif .. I'll keep at it. smile.gif
Great Great exercise to do this with any cover, even the simplest ones become a challenge smile.gif

btw, Muris nailed that take out of fun in 5-10 minutes or so while we were in the chatroom smile.gif


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QUOTE (zen @ Mar 13 2010, 11:08 PM) *
While we are at it, can someone comment on how to go about learning this style i.e playing vocal lines using the guitar.
I believe the correct phrasing, when to use slide, hammeron, pull off, legatos etc is of utmost important in capturing the feel.
I just tried doing the first verse and although it came out ok, it lacked the feel and the emotion sad.gif .. I'll keep at it. smile.gif
Great Great exercise to do this with any cover, even the simplest ones become a challenge smile.gif

btw, Muris nailed that take out of fun in 5-10 minutes or so while we were in the chatroom smile.gif

You have to have those techniques developed and decide when to use each. Also you have to know the vocal part almost like you recorded it. The 3rd thing is the experience. Vocal like any other instrument has slides and bends - even picking sometimes smile.gif It just sounds smoother and different. Then you figure out when to use slide or picking depending on what sounds the most similar when imitating it. In "Maiden" case I think I would be able to do a pretty good job as I know their music very well.

This guy took the whole thing a huge step further and played "smoke on the water" using harmonics mostly smile.gif That's the skill...



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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Mar 14 2010, 12:27 PM) *
You have to have those techniques developed and decide when to use each. Also you have to know the vocal part almost like you recorded it. The 3rd thing is the experience. Vocal like any other instrument has slides and bends - even picking sometimes smile.gif It just sounds smoother and different. Then you figure out when to use slide or picking depending on what sounds the most similar when imitating it. In "Maiden" case I think I would be able to do a pretty good job as I know their music very well.

This guy took the whole thing a huge step further and played "smoke on the water" using harmonics mostly smile.gif That's the skill...


thanks for the tips Emir smile.gif . .haha .. those harmonics in that vid are insane , so cool . lots of ideas in there.. thanks for sharing..


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QUOTE (zen @ Mar 13 2010, 11:58 AM) *
Hey Guys,

Muris filled up my humble cover of Maiden's wasted years with a solid vocal lead line.
It's simply amazing .. He's a great maiden fan and now a part of this tribute laugh.gif
Hope you guyz like it. Definitely made my day smile.gif

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I know very little about this style i.e using guitar to express the vocals, so this is a great learning curve. My cover & vid that I did can be found here

Thanks Muris !! Up the Irons Bro !! \m/

this is sweet
reminds me of the time i hopped the fence at irvine meadows amp in anaheim Ca. and almost got in the back of the stage door until some dud jumped out of the tour bus and busted me
and now i'm in trouble for watching maiden video's and not bathing my kids smile.gif
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This is awesome guys, very nice work! cool.gif I also thought Muris was going to be singing but then heard that unmistakable tone and knew then that his guitar would be doing the talking! Again, love it! smile.gif


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I thought it was going to be a vocal take, but it's very cool anyway


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Thanks Fran smile.gif
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