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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by simoncroft, Mar 10, 2019.
Great bass playing by Nanda on that one!
And brilliant guitar....drums...all of it!
Venus. Sadly, the 'guitar orchestra' isn't all in shot, but great performances all round!
sorry for the B7sus4
great stuff everybody! something about each one to love and collectively, just awesome.
I m a nanda - fan, she plays really steady
Nanda says; "thank you for the very nice comments".
@avri70, inside story; my friend (also a guitarist) used to call her "the metronome"!
@Mansonienne, Nanda told me that the bass on 'love shack' sounded awesome.
Aw shucks! Tell her thanks!
Thanks again people, from both of us.
Nanda is overwhelmed (she also is her 'own worst critic' , you know ) by all these nice words.
Well .. she actually also inspired me to practice more on my bass!
Trying to learn guitar got me a bit lazy on
I take my hat off to you guys. You’ve done a great job in all aspects. You should be proud of yourselves.
One of my favorite songs by my favorite band. Y’all sound great. Wonderful job on the solo too. Great tone and brilliantly executed. I love playing this song. Would have loved to join in on this.
Wild Horses. One of those songs that sounds easy, but isn't!
Especially when you forget the structure...after reminding everyone of the structure right before starting... luckily they paid no attention to me and plowed on...
And yes, this does make me happy. It's a great take. I think that's probably @nutball73 off to the left?
Thanks for the cameo @simoncroft
@Mansonienne sounded great belting out the chorus on that song
Yeah that's me. I think there were other guitars involved too but they all remain anonymous! @felis maybe?