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PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 8:21 am
by ronster
Most excellent. Your voice sounds like Robert Hunter except you can sing. What is your recording setup?

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 8:34 am
by lostsailor8782
you freakin rock

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 9:13 am
by navajo
rad bro. how about, if you have a camcorder, film yourself jamming on some dead songs and upload them to youtube? i'd love to see ya play.

i love to watch these two guys do covers of phish and dead:
http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=sneakypower

they are greaaat

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 3:28 pm
by jackaroe1276
Thanks again for all the replies! Definitely fills me up to hear that you guys like it. As far as the tab request, that would be very tough as I don't really go in with much of a plan, I just go by feel over the modes. I might give it a try. Kevo, check you pm, I'm definitely down for some jamming.

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 4:01 pm
by amyjared
I think it's great! I wish there was a program that you hooked up to the guitar that tabs what you're playing! That way, you could easily create the tab. Why don't one of you folks create that program? Anyhow, keep em coming as they're great!

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 4:57 pm
by confusions_prince
amyjared wrote:I think it's great! I wish there was a program that you hooked up to the guitar that tabs what you're playing! That way, you could easily create the tab. Why don't one of you folks create that program? Anyhow, keep em coming as they're great!
Jared, that might not be too hard with a MIDI guitar. Don't know who has one. The folks at Planet CCRMA ("karma") would know best. They do wild things.

PostPosted:Tue May 22, 2007 8:02 pm
by jackaroe1276

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 5:04 am
by dancing mantis
Wow - that's the best one yet! I love this song. Very very nice.Any chance you can give us a hint as to what you are doing on the guitar? The basic chord structure is simple enough, but you are doing all kinds of neat runs and fills and other sorts of extras and ornamentions. Great voice by the way (I hate you - just kidding - wish I could sing like that!). Thanks.

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 5:50 am
by ebick
jackaroe1276 wrote:why not here's another:
Dude.....is that the song they used in Coming To Americe as the theme song for that stuff that the sleazy boyfriend's family sold?

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 6:24 am
by bodiddley
Wow, that was really moving. I was to the point where I was tired of that tune and often skipped it but your version is quite beautiful. Get yourself some originals together!

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 11:45 am
by kevo
ebick wrote:
jackaroe1276 wrote:why not here's another:
Dude.....is that the song they used in Coming To Americe as the theme song for that stuff that the sleazy boyfriend's family sold?
ROFL SOULGLO

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 2:03 pm
by jackaroe1276
ebick wrote:
jackaroe1276 wrote:why not here's another:
Dude.....is that the song they used in Coming To Americe as the theme song for that stuff that the sleazy boyfriend's family sold?
Haha!! Maybe that will be my stage presence, a 30 year old white boy with soulglo in his hair!!! Hey man, everybody needs an image :cool:

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 4:06 pm
by jackaroe1276
dancing mantis wrote:Wow - that's the best one yet! I love this song. Very very nice.Any chance you can give us a hint as to what you are doing on the guitar? The basic chord structure is simple enough, but you are doing all kinds of neat runs and fills and other sorts of extras and ornamentions. Great voice by the way (I hate you - just kidding - wish I could sing like that!). Thanks.
Sure. It's played with a capo at 3, so it's actually in the key of A#. The chord shapes are G, D, C for the verses (actually A#, F, D#). The lead into the chorus (just like my daddy used to say)chord shapes are Em, F, G (actual chords are Gm, G#, A#). At "sometimes a man....", the chord shapes are Em, C, C (like a woman), G. "woman too..." is Bm, C, F, D. The actual chords are Gm, D#, D#, A# and Dm, D#, G#, F respectively. I really don't actually think of what the actual chords are with a capo until the lead comes in, where of course you need to be in key, but otherwise when I play with a capo I just think of it as relative chord "shapes". Hope that makes sense.

As to the fill-ins, here's the intro:

E|----------3--
B|----------0--
G|-------0--0--
D|--0h2-----0--
A|-------------
E|----------3--

then:

E|----------------------------------------0--0--1--1--3--3--
B|1-/-3--3--3--3--3--3----1-/-3--3--3--3--0--0--1--1--0--0--
G|2-/-4--4--4--2--0--2----2-/-4--4--2--0--0--0--2--2--0--0--
D|----------------------------------------2--2--3--3--0--0--
A|----------------------------------------2--2--3--3--------
E|----------------------------------------0--0--1--1--3--3--

little fill-ns for each chord are pretty simple (use hammer on/pull offs for each):

h p h p h p
E|--3--3--3--------2--3--2------------------
B|--0--1--0--------3--3--3----1--1--1-------
G|--0--0--0--------2--2--2----0--0--0-------
D|--0--2--0-------------------2--0--2-------
A|----------------------------3--3--3-------
E|--3--3--3---------------------------------

That's the gist of the rhythm, sorry I can't explain it better, but jus fiddle with it and use your imagination a bit.

PostPosted:Wed May 23, 2007 4:11 pm
by jackaroe1276
The Cassidy fill-ins between verse lines is:

E|--------------------------------------
B|-----------10--9--7h9p7-----7---------
G|--------9----------------9-----9v-----
D|--9/11--------------------------------
A|--------------------------------------
E|--------------------------------------

and the fill in where it goes to minor is:

E|------------------------------------------------------------------------
B|-----------10--9--7h9p7-----7--8v----7h8p7-----7--------------------10--
G|--------9----------------9------------------9-----9--7-----7--------9---
D|--9/11--------------------------------------------------9-----9/10--10--
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------

PostPosted:Thu May 31, 2007 9:34 am
by jackr
Great job.

Lets have a list of your gear. Love to see your recording equipment and guitars amps etc.