What are you working (jamming) on? [Archive] - Glock Talk

PDA

View Full Version : What are you working (jamming) on?


pellertpale
03-31-2005, 13:33
I'm going from a C#m to G7. I like the twang it has. I'm trying to find another chord to fit in there. I'm using the E7 and Am barred on 3 and 4 respectively.;c

Soujurn
04-01-2005, 21:51
I'm currently trying to figure this out. The Piano break from Layla by Eric Clapton.

This is a version played by Mike Fulton of Fulltone Effects.
He is using a '57 Strat, into a Echoplex, into a '65 Princeton Reverb. It doesn't get much sweeter than that.

http://www.fulltone.com/audio/Laylabreak.mp3

indytruckboy
04-02-2005, 09:59
Misirlou

indytruckboy
04-02-2005, 10:00
Originally posted by Soujurn
I'm currently trying to figure this out. The Piano break from Layla by Eric Clapton.

This is a version played by Mike Fulton of Fulltone Effects.
He is using a '57 Strat, into a Echoplex, into a '65 Princeton Reverb. It doesn't get much sweeter than that.

http://www.fulltone.com/audio/Laylabreak.mp3 WWW.powertabs.net

Sinister Angel
04-02-2005, 11:09
Originally posted by Soujurn
I'm currently trying to figure this out. The Piano break from Layla by Eric Clapton.

This is a version played by Mike Fulton of Fulltone Effects.
He is using a '57 Strat, into a Echoplex, into a '65 Princeton Reverb. It doesn't get much sweeter than that.

http://www.fulltone.com/audio/Laylabreak.mp3
I'd love to figure out the piano portion of that break.

Glockerel
04-04-2005, 08:40
Currently working on Bill Monroe's mando breaks on "Bluegrass Stomp" and "Walls of Time".

walpur6isknight
04-12-2005, 15:00
some steve earl songs
like, guitar town, billy austin, and copperhead road.
also some bob dylan
visions of johanna, among others.
;f

84S
04-12-2005, 21:38
Originally posted by walpur6isknight
some steve earl songs
like, guitar town, billy austin, and copperhead road.
also some bob dylan
visions of johanna, among others.
;f

I got "Tangled Up in Blue" down, but I can't play guitar and play the harmonica at the same time with one of those head gear thingys. The current song I am working on is "Heart of the Sunrise" by Yes. That opening run they do is killing me.

walpur6isknight
04-12-2005, 23:27
steve howe has got some impressive licks. never been to much into yes though. but steves got some talent.
most definitely a guitar great.
care for rush? alex lifesons got some good licks too.....
i myself play acoustic, im into folk/country
while ive owned many electrics, and have one right now. i dont play it.
;f

bob dylan is one of my favorites.
his earlier stuff is so much better.
he regained some of my respect with
"love and theft"
but anything else is just, well, if it was mine, id be ashamed.
;f

reconvic
04-13-2005, 17:18
I still have the Blues for you by Gary Moore. A smooth but fairly complex song.

Berto
04-13-2005, 19:47
Originally posted by reconvic
I still have the Blues for you by Gary Moore. A smooth but fairly complex song.

Great,great song!!! Amazing tone too.

Good looking Ace,BTW.:)

jarnld
04-14-2005, 22:12
The new REHAB album

Aphotic
04-17-2005, 20:11
My band plays a lot of drop-D...

I have a really tight song called "Butterflies" that I play standard-tuning, but I feel like the "heavy" parts just aren't... "heavy" enough. So I'm working on getting this bad boy to hurt a little more.

The band is prepping for our first demo. We have 5 songs right now and we've spent the last 2 weeks tweaking every single second of each song to get them exactly how we want 'em for recording. Studio fees, unfortunately, ain't cheap.

Punkkin
05-02-2005, 16:55
Originally posted by indytruckboy
Misirlou

the Dick Dale version? surf is so fun, gives me the chance to wind up the reverb on my old vibrolux.

Hobear
05-08-2005, 08:52
I am playing acoustic primarily/almost exclusively at this phase,I am currently working up three songs; Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel), Never Going Back (FleetwoodMac/Lindsey Buckingham) and Song for George(Eric Johnson) (that one's taking some time!)

rhikdavis
05-16-2005, 11:15
Some REO Speedwagon stuff on acoustic guitar.