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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 2 2012, 11:45 AM) *
And because I was so impressed with Evanescence's gig yesterday at Rock the City in Bucharest - here's another live recording from the concert biggrin.gif



Will Hunt (the drummer) is my hero! laugh.gif



Great version!! The orginal recording of this song has been played by my hero Josh Freese. biggrin.gif


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post Jul 3 2012, 07:26 AM
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And another one for Gabe biggrin.gif



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post Jul 4 2012, 06:54 AM
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This is the result of the Godsmack bassist, guitarist and drummer, joining forces with Ugly Kid Joe's vocalist:



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post Jul 5 2012, 08:37 AM
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Two favorite artists of mine making some magic together:



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... still celebrating the great Meshuggah live experience from last evening!



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It's summer, so let the good times roll biggrin.gif



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what I got for GMC? Loving is what I got smile.gif



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I missed this song a lot smile.gif



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Sunday morning riot music!



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Since Gabe started the whole grunge thing biggrin.gif I would like to salute the initiative with the song below:



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Great acoustic music! Check it out:



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Continuing with Cos's last post. Here's Led Zeppelin's version of Babe I'm Gonna Leave you smile.gif Love this song biggrin.gif Awesome acoustic guitar playing from Jimmy Page, everything was there, chord arpeggios, a lot of them wink.gif Great acoustic lead playing, and some rock stuff, with heavy power chords biggrin.gif Accompanied by some great singing, lyrics and a little aggressive drums (at least for the time tongue.gif )




Since I'm gonna buy a new acoustic, Cos, will you help me out with this one smile.gif This is what I mean when I say acoustic guitar playing. biggrin.gif I'd love to do a cover of the song, and if I could get the vocals done too, some really high notes by Robert Plant there, which I admire a lot smile.gif So much so, that I tried to change my voice in my late teens (which is right about now laugh.gif ) to get it a bit higher, don't know how successful was I, that's for you guys to judge wink.gif smile.gif

Enjoy the song biggrin.gif


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hey Yash! I love this song smile.gif Well, this is a very good drill we can work on wink.gif

Find the chord progression for the song and learn it - we can strip it into a simplified acoustic version and you can also learn how to sing the lines.

Re-orchestrating songs will be a great exercise for your ears, harmony/ melody knowledge and voice smile.gif

I did a lesson on this subject: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Rearranging-A-Cover/

I used this song to make up the lesson:


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 19 2012, 02:33 PM) *
hey Yash! I love this song smile.gif Well, this is a very good drill we can work on wink.gif

Find the chord progression for the song and learn it - we can strip it into a simplified acoustic version and you can also learn how to sing the lines.

Re-orchestrating songs will be a great exercise for your ears, harmony/ melody knowledge and voice smile.gif


Sure man biggrin.gif I'd love to, but first get me an acoustic smile.gif I am looking to buy a 12 string smile.gif Would that be OK ?? I really love the sound of a 12-String Acoustic, Godly and Epic, as I like to describe it biggrin.gif I think I'd be well off with the rhythm section, because I could do the strumming and arpeggios of the chords I know (a very few tongue.gif ) But I think doing any kind of leads would be tough stuff. What's your say in this regard ? smile.gif


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Well, a 12 string is indeed a wish I have for myself as well smile.gif but a normal 6 string would be more suitable at this point, as I am thinking that you will want to work on some leads as well - acoustic leads that is biggrin.gif Better to buy a good 6 string acoustic at this point if you want my thoughts on the matter smile.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 19 2012, 06:29 PM) *
Well, a 12 string is indeed a wish I have for myself as well smile.gif but a normal 6 string would be more suitable at this point, as I am thinking that you will want to work on some leads as well - acoustic leads that is biggrin.gif Better to buy a good 6 string acoustic at this point if you want my thoughts on the matter smile.gif


Yes, of course I want to work on leads. biggrin.gif Just like in Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (Sir Jimmy shred it biggrin.gif ) And I just talked to a friend of mine, who'll be moving to Russia too, and she'll bring her 6 string acoustic along, which may solve the problem for leads. But if I get an excellent 6 string in the shop, I'd surely buy it biggrin.gif and dump the 12 string I went a few weeks earlier to the shop and really loved a 12 string there smile.gif And guess what, its neck was more comfortable than my electric tongue.gif So, I'd just take a good look around the shop biggrin.gif and get what sounds and more importantly, plays best in my hands. biggrin.gif

As far as re-orchestration goes, check out this thread smile.gif

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=45139

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Check my answer and reflections in the thread you posted....aaaaand, to boost up your confidence and set up a nice working mood, I am dedicating the song below to you, Yash smile.gif



Now get to work mate biggrin.gif


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I am in love with the purity of this young lady's music ....


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 22 2012, 10:16 PM) *


I am in love with the purity of this young lady's music ....


wow
I truly understand you, this song full of feeling and she' sound very emotional.


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QUOTE (Jeff Lynd @ Jul 22 2012, 08:46 PM) *
wow
I truly understand you, this song full of feeling and she' sound very emotional.


I just can't get enough of it...


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