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Tags : | Blues | 8.32 MB | Reaper

Description : Some fun additions to the track by HamsterLewis.

Totally self gratifying, added guitar, bass and some supplemental drums... enjoy

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  1. LJmbbremen
    LJmbbremen on Mon 12th Apr 2021 - 3 weeks ago

    The addition fits very well. I like the original from HamsterLewis and your version lifted it up. Well done. Great guitar.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, it was really just and excuse to solo for about 3 min :)

  2. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Mon 12th Apr 2021 - 3 weeks ago

    It is a lot better mate,
    Well done.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, wanted to put my 2 cents in.

  3. Sanuelchalor
    Sanuelchalor on Fri 9th Apr 2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Great job.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks for the listen and comment.

  4. zootman2u
    zootman2u on Thu 8th Apr 2021 - 4 weeks ago

    wicked. loving those doubled up mirrored guitar sections with the hi and the lo. Pretty classic.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Yeah that's the only part that is not improv. The rest was one take of screwing around in a "self gratifying" manner :)

  5. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Wed 7th Apr 2021 - 4 weeks ago

    You jamming, love the tone of that guitar, and some nice riffs too.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, mostly improv, I like mid-rangey, blues tone most of the time, unless it is metal.

  6. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Wed 7th Apr 2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Classic BofD,
    Wouldn't have it any other way.
    Sounds like you were releasing months
    of pent up frustration from not posting.
    I'm sure it's just me but, I always picture
    your guitar engulfed in flames while you're
    still playing it. I'm sure a couple of therapy
    sessions could fix it:-)
    Great track.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    I think I would cause the therapist to need therapy.

  7. cyberflares
    cyberflares on Wed 7th Apr 2021 - 1 month ago

    yeah def nice sound like i always have a soft spot for blues music of all sorts you know one of the bands i was in years ago thats how we would warm up ten minute 12 bar good old blues jam brilliant for the fingers haha.

    Yeah man thanks a lot thats great of you to offer thank you kindly.

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Yeah I got a band that meets on occasion, all improv, nothing written, that's the only rule :)

  8. cyberflares
    cyberflares on Wed 7th Apr 2021 - 1 month ago

    i would say i forgot about this but i have not just not got round to it. But yes i had the same thought when i heard the track pure indulgence from this and i can see you filled your boots with this ace work man i will get round to putting my bass in the guitar sound you had there was perfect just like the old guitar amp sound magic :)

    Reply by bringerofDOOM

    Thanks, I was using a Boss ME80 with a Gretsch. I am a frequent whammy pedal abuser and like to keep the solo voice mid range heavy (BB King-ish).

    If you want to make something else, let me know. My work has slowed and I am down to colab on whatever, just message me.

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