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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Ebidis, Feb 11, 2018.
Janet Jackson boob
my best take (with some deliciously excruciating moments but I know you'd laugh with me, not at me) has disappeared from the looper pedal.
Technology hates me.
As soon as I get carried away i loose what little sense of timing I posses, there are some cringe worthy moments in here. I'm still fascinated by your right hand technique @Ebidis
The ending is sort of a virtual smash-the-guitar-through-the-cabinet-jump-on-the-amp-flip-off-the-audience-storm-off-the-scene kind a' moment.
Bringing a little hair to to the party..
Thank you Ebidis. Have his people call my people. Oops, I don't have people .
And you brought it big time !!!
That was awesome sam .
@Thrup'ny Bit I didn't see that coming! Great playing with some Irish influences.
@Ebidis Stoner garage band! I really like what you do here, it reminds me of a lot of the stuff I've been listening to lately, as always full of raw energy. Ever hear of "JPT Scare Band"?
@TheDuck Ha! I know what's on that T-shirt behind the guitar That is some great playing, you're on fire there! I get some psychedelia mixed with hair metal.
@knh555 Really cool and trippy, especially the last half of it. Nicely structured too. Well played.
@duzie I get high just from listening, psychedelic stoner rock, I love it!
@Alan L Cole This is some spacey stuff, I love the very effective use of delay and you do a great job of not over playing it. Really cool!
@sam_in_cali Really cool rhythm playing in the beginning, it's like you wrote the entire thing. The lead stuff is really intense, the 80's at its best. Hair indeed!
I've never heard you play in that style before. Have you been drinking the secret Sweedish black metal elixir or something?
Badass tone dude!
Something I could finally use the phaser and wah pedal I don't have any more on
You brung it!
I thought I saw sme sparks flying off your fretboard around 1:36.
Thanks I told you I'd been listening to some strange music lately, some stoner rock... Well, some is an understatement. Stuff like this:
Yeah. I've never heard of them before.
No wonder. They got together in the early 70's and started recording music in their basement and they are still doing it today, the same three guys. I think the got a record deal in the 90's and another on in 2009 or so. Here's a more recent one of theirs
Very cool. Gave me a kind of '60s spy music vibe.
Sunday night boredom noodling.
Here is my run at it...Clam Chowder for all you folks in need of some warming nourishment.
Oh, and @montemerrick, good to see you again brother!
Uh-oh, I think the acid just kicked in.
Toatally insane guitar tone! Your playing was inspirational. You should get a nobel prize or something for that.
Kind of a surf-punk vibe. Totally cool.
Thanks for the very cool backer Ebidis.
@Thrup'ny Bit - Fun track and reference, "Big Giant Head".
@Ebidis - Snarlin' n Wailin' Head Bangers Ball cool!
@TheDuck - Man, you drove that backer to bass nastiness. Some nice wailin' and rock riffage.
@knh555 - Slip sliding into oblivion! Great tone and psychedelic jam Kevin!
@duzie - Satanically salacious head banging fest! Nice Duzie.
@Cerb - Love that title Cerb. I'm lying prostrate after hearing your track. Devilishly good melody, tone and monster jam. Nice outro.
@sam_in_cali - Hades hedonistic hair - horrifically good power chords and shredding!
@mjark - In the groove and psychedelic jammin'. Some very cool lines in there Mark.
@Mellencaster - 60s psychedelia via an acid fueled trip. Freakin' good!
@carolinaeasy - I think you just wrote the score the next James Bond movie Carolinaeasy. Cool!