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(@elpantalla)
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Hey everyone, this song was really hard to do. I had to make drums and stuff...pain in the ass.

Check it out though, it's There There by Radiohead. I'm really happy with the tone I got out of the Sheraton.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=746552&content=music

One chord is fine.
Two you're pushing it.
Three and you're into jazz.

 
Posted : 15/02/2008 11:09 pm
(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Damn, when that riff started I could have sworn it was the original. Great performance and production. I'd so love you to do your own things in this style, just my opinion ofcourse, but I think you wont be learning that much anymore by covering. Anyway, big thumbs up for everything, from the guitar to the drums to the vocal overdubs. 8)

 
Posted : 16/02/2008 5:11 am
(@smokindog)
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You won't forget your Guitar Noise buds when radiohead opens for you in Madison Square Garden :?: :wink:

Thats really great 8) Are you in a band?

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Posted : 16/02/2008 1:47 pm
(@gerry)
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Who's Radiohead :shock: Shows what a sheltered life I lead. Either way a very nice track and yes that is one hell of nice tone but then I reckon Sheratons are tone machines.

Gerry

Those who can't dance always blame the band.

http://www.gerrycooper.com/

 
Posted : 16/02/2008 1:59 pm
 MCH
(@mch)
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I believe the Sheraton referred to here is an Epiphone semi-hollow electric guitar.
nice cover

 
Posted : 16/02/2008 3:21 pm
(@gerry)
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I believe the Sheraton referred to here is an Epiphone semi-hollow electric guitar.
nice cover

I was referring to an Epiphone Sheraton when I said tone machine I meant just that as they really can give a superb range of tone options.

Gerry

Those who can't dance always blame the band.

http://www.gerrycooper.com/

 
Posted : 16/02/2008 3:28 pm
(@elpantalla)
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You won't forget your Guitar Noise buds when radiohead opens for you in Madison Square Garden :?: :wink:

Thats really great 8) Are you in a band?

Haha no I'm not in a band. I don't like the whole band setting because I like everything to be exactly how I want it. It tends to get on people's nerves. I play acoustic with people sometimes though.

One chord is fine.
Two you're pushing it.
Three and you're into jazz.

 
Posted : 16/02/2008 8:03 pm