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leedbreak
Jul 26 2007, 10:00 PM
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This is just a little solo I wrote a few years back that never found a good home, so I’ll stick it here. I really appreciate the kind words everyone has given. I am still working on getting my video stuff working well and will try that out befor too long.

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Guitarpro5 File >> Attached File  leedbreak_03.gp5 ( 3.28K ) Number of downloads: 226



Attached File  leedbreak_03.mp3 ( 314.39K ) Number of downloads: 366



Attached File  leedbreakBack_003.mp3 ( 314.39K ) Number of downloads: 271


This last file is another one I wrote for the same rhythm plus a little extra stuff. No tab or backing for it.


Attached File  leedbreak_03_extra.mp3 ( 689.29K ) Number of downloads: 278

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AliMo
Jul 27 2007, 01:09 AM
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Sounds really good man, keep it up.

BTW I really like that backing, if my fingers weren't killing me I'd have a go at it now but I don't want the bone sticking out of my fingertips : D I guess I'll check it out tomorrow.

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Rockwouldbe
Jul 28 2007, 09:17 AM
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Good job man.

i think you shuold upload the gp5 file also. i know you do it only for fun but , i there is people who want to study this stuff,

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leedbreak
Jul 29 2007, 07:25 AM
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QUOTE (Rockwouldbe @ Jul 28 2007, 03:17 AM) *
Good job man.

i think you shuold upload the gp5 file also. i know you do it only for fun but , i there is people who want to study this stuff,

Eyal


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Attached File  Leedbreak_03_extra.gp5 ( 5.46K ) Number of downloads: 197


This GP5 is not as accurate as the other so that's why I didn't post it, but all the licks are in there some where.

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Jul 29 2007, 07:43 AM
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What gear do you use to record Leed? It sounds excellent.

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leedbreak
Jul 30 2007, 10:30 PM
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QUOTE (atomix1337 @ Jul 29 2007, 01:43 AM) *
What gear do you use to record Leed? It sounds excellent.



HP Lap Top, at only 700mhz and 256MB, but do have 120G external HDD

Podxt

Acid music recording Software, 3.0 (was 56.00 New at Best Buy about 5 years ago) When version 4 hit it went to over $400.00, I feel I got a prototype, and it still works prefect for what I do.

Charvel guitar on this one

PC Drummer Software for drums

Songs with bass are a powertabs export

And, I guess that it. Thanks

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