While my banjo gently weeps ...

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  1. Jussishow

    Jussishow Member

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    Ok ... I'll do everyone a favour by lowering the standard to a subsonic level ;D

    I'd like to call my 2-minute creation 'Private Baldricks warpoem' ... That way I can shamelessly copy&paste Captain Edmund Blackadders review directly :

    He he ...

    Stuff used & abused :
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    BOSS BR-864 "magic box"

    Korean 6 string Banjo for the pinpoint accurate fingerpicking that starts the torture :)
    Ibanez AGB140 for the THUMP THUMP ...
    Fender Stratocaster for the soft, squishy and wobbly bits ...
    Gibson SG for the squealing, screaming and the shouting ...

    No external effects were used for this ... Banjo is recorded using builtin mic. of BR-864, Guitar & Bass direct ...

    And here it is : http://privat.bluezone.no/jussishow/files/rubbish.mp3

    /J
     
  2. Zman9001

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    ill post so that hopefully ill remember to listen to this when i get home today.
     
  3. madguitarsolo

    madguitarsolo Active Member

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    Wow sounds cool. The gutar parts really funky
     
  4. DavidJ

    DavidJ Active Member

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    Off beat and witty, played well. Like it!
     
  5. vic108

    vic108 Well-Known Member

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    [quote author=DavidJ link=topic=7348.msg93168#msg93168 date=1142449336]
    Off beat and witty, played well.  Like it!
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    INDEED! O0
    A mix of everything in there!
     
  6. Strange Brew

    Strange Brew Well-Known Member

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    ditto.... excellent O0

    ....despite the presence of the banjo

    [​IMG]
     
  7. DavidJ

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    Brew!!! :o :o

    Please don't dis the "melancholy banshaw"!
     
  8. guitarweasel

    guitarweasel Well-Known Member

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    Was that an SG Banjo? ;D
     
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    Cool song!
     
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    If I say that is Bad Ass!, will that tell my age?
    F- it, am already old.
    Can't help it, but that was....

    Bad Ass!
     
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    [quote author=fendermender link=topic=7348.msg115523#msg115523 date=1150600035]
    If I say that is Bad Ass!, will that tell my age?
    F- it, am already old.
    Can't help it, but that was....

    Bad Ass!
    [/quote]
    Be even beter if you bring the banjo back in at the end.
     
  12. Jussishow

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    [quote author=fendermender link=topic=7348.msg115526#msg115526 date=1150600494]
    [quote author=fendermender link=topic=7348.msg115523#msg115523 date=1150600035]
    If I say that is Bad Ass!, will that tell my age?
    F- it, am already old.
    Can't help it, but that was....

    Bad Ass!
    [/quote]
    Be even beter if you bring the banjo back in at the end.
    [/quote]
    He he ... thanks ! (I assume that 'Bad Ass' means that You liked it ?)

    Going back to the Banjo after the "squishy Stratocaster" bit would have to be done in steps ... Ie. Banjo->SG->Stratocaster->SG->Banjo ... ?
    But, since this recording I've bought an Archtop Jazz guitar & a B-Bender Telecaster, so if I tossed in some "Jazzy bits" followed by some Country stuff after the Squishy bit I could go from Country to Bluegrass ... and then some SG again ... and maybe if I bought an ESP I could go METAL ?... he he ;D

    That's my problem in general : I move on to the "next project" before finishing the current project ...
    I'd need on of these -> :director: pretty much 24/7 ;D
     
  13. fendermender

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    [He he ... thanks ! (I assume that 'Bad Ass' means that You liked it ?)

    Means I loved it!

    I know what you mean about needing more time on projects.
    I have been workin' on an all guitar multitrack of "96 tears" with a Hard approach.
    Keep screwing up somewhere or another. I know it is very lame but it keeps me entertained for hours.
     
  14. Jussishow

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    Time, or the lack of it, is not my problem ... My short attention span on the other hand IS a problem :-\

    This goes for all my hobby-projects ... never been any good at "finishing things up" ... :p
    Music, electronics, programming, 'never to be finished model boat'-project e.t.c ...

    My artist name would probably be "Halfway Hank" ... or "Half a job Bob" ... Or if I'd be a rapper I could call myself 50 percent ;D ;D

    /J
     

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