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First one was Mark IV, single tracked, no bass.

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Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:11 pm
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Unfortunately I can't get any box file to play on my phone anymore. Even with some attempted work arounds.

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Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:29 pm
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Ended up coming back to this tonight. Mesa is on the way to Cali to get some repairs done, so I did this with my 5150. Also, my friend lent me a 5 string bass to dick around with, so I used that, too.



Wow, this one is much more polished sounds slammin'




I have actually been developing the riiffs I did for this drumjam and think it may be a band tune soon. Love how the inspiration flows on this groove!

I don't know how my drummer is going to play that hi hat so fast though lol. may have to cut that hihat to half time

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Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:23 pm
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NinjaRaf wrote:
Ended up coming back to this tonight. Mesa is on the way to Cali to get some repairs done, so I did this with my 5150. Also, my friend lent me a 5 string bass to dick around with, so I used that, too.



Wow, this one is much more polished sounds slammin'




I have actually been developing the riiffs I did for this drumjam and think it may be a band tune soon. Love how the inspiration flows on this groove!

I don't know how my drummer is going to play that hi hat so fast though lol. may have to cut that hihat to half time
I cant tell you how many of the riffs I worked up in drumjams , became someting real.. :rawk:


Sat Aug 12, 2017 5:33 pm
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My jam over it.. JP2c. t75s sm57.. Pretty standard..

https://soundcloud.com/eric-bauer-power-hour/gab-jam-july-11



I really dig the grungy riffage that kicks in about 3/4 of the way through. Heavy catchy stuff!

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Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:55 pm
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I never do these things, but now that i got my Katana all set up for recording, i think i'll pump one out this weekend.

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Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:20 am
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https://soundcloud.com/maltese-fan/july-11th-drumjam
My take. Actually miked an amp for a change, my GSP 1101 has made me lazy.


You have harnessed the fire and fury! Dig the mic'd up rhythm tone.

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DMoll, mostly ch1 & 2; 808x on a few tracks>Two Notes Live


The DMoll is a great match for the TL Live. The riff that kicks in at :50 is massive!

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Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:07 pm
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Bandcamp it is! Box doan woik.

Is this Alan Holdsworth or something? Challenging sound textures. A great listen!!

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Sat Aug 19, 2017 12:22 am
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NinjaRaf wrote:
Ended up coming back to this tonight. Mesa is on the way to Cali to get some repairs done, so I did this with my 5150. Also, my friend lent me a 5 string bass to dick around with, so I used that, too.



It took some fiddlin', but I finally found the box love button.

Classic Raf tone and killer breakdown. I like all of it!

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OK. I improv'ed a little ditty. I have been playing with harmonizing leads lately. Other than the latest Contrarian recording, i never did much of that. Nothing special, but was fun to do.

I have no clue what I'm doing with recording. So.... Yeah. It probably sounds like shit.

I wasn't gonna bother with bass, until i realized in had Danny Lilker's bass in my shop for repair. So yeah... metal god's bass

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Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:56 am
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Dude that was sick. Nice work and welcome to Club Drumjam!


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Fat Fish wrote:
maggotspawn wrote:
https://soundcloud.com/maltese-fan/july-11th-drumjam
My take. Actually miked an amp for a change, my GSP 1101 has made me lazy.


You have harnessed the fire and fury! Dig the mic'd up rhythm tone.

Thanks dude. It was an SM57 and an AT2020 mixed together, for the record.


Sat Aug 19, 2017 12:28 pm
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Been a while. Trying to get back into the groove.

https://soundcloud.com/turckster/kickin-tush


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Been a while. Trying to get back into the groove.

https://soundcloud.com/turckster/kickin-tush

Damn, dude... that was really well put together! I liked the whole thing. Flanger at the begining was nice... The big chords, the build up, everything. :hi5:


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The first :20 reminded me of early 90s Death. Cool track!

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Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:42 pm
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turckster wrote:
Been a while. Trying to get back into the groove.

https://soundcloud.com/turckster/kickin-tush


Great to hear some music from you again! Is this Pod Farm?

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Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:47 pm
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Killer riffage, dry cutting toanz. Is this the 5153?

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The first :20 reminded me of early 90s Death. Cool track!



Thanks. Yeah.. ever since i was in Sulaco, i have been fond of the slippery riff

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Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:04 am
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atrox wrote:
OK. I improv'ed a little ditty. I have been playing with harmonizing leads lately. Other than the latest Contrarian recording, i never did much of that. Nothing special, but was fun to do.

I have no clue what I'm doing with recording. So.... Yeah. It probably sounds like shit.

I wasn't gonna bother with bass, until i realized in had Danny Lilker's bass in my shop for repair. So yeah... metal god's bass

Ugly Green Charvel
Katana head direct into Logic

Box version


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Pretty epic sounding leads! Agree on hearing some 90's Death vibe. Nice job dude!

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Killer riffage, dry cutting toanz. Is this the 5153?

Yes sir, 5153 hard at work! ;)


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I'm still evolving on this clip....
https://soundcloud.com/bbmpideas/the-un ... ul-8-11-17

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:rawk:

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Nice... :love:


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Thanks! This is going to be hard to do live. My drummer is excellent, but when I play a riff at this speed 173bpm, he tends to start close to that area, but then quickly goes down to his comfort zone of 130-140bpm and then starts adding fast double bass thinking that is fast...but it's not the fast needed. These riffs suck at that speed; I hope to get this thing off the ground!

So this drumjam has created a monster IRL lol

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