mysticcat: That was sick, but, alas, no chords
HoboCop: mysticcat: That was sick, but, alas, no chordsYeah this, was hoping he would throw some in just to see how tough it was to get the intonation just right.
unitednihilists: Up that was cool all right, but does anyone else get tired of hearing some guy endlessly wank over a blues riff?
factoryconnection: unitednihilists: Up that was cool all right, but does anyone else get tired of hearing some guy endlessly wank over a blues riff?It was like a chocolate chip cookie with too few chips. Sure, all the ingredients are tasty but I don't want to wait 30 seconds for the next real treat. In this case, I'm referring to when he was exploiting the fretless aspect of the guitar for glissandos and "bends" as opposed to sweeps and arpeggios. And I say this as someone that has gone to an "all fretless" showcase show a few years back and saw the really innovative (and downright crazy) sounds that dudes (only dudes, of course :-| ) get out of these guitars.Also: when it is just two electric guitars, please stick to soft overdrive and not cranked-stack distortion. The jam got a lot more tolerable when the rhythm player clicked his Metal Zone off.
GrizzledVeteran: /working guitar-mando-banjo player; former 'cellist
NashMcNash: Really makes a great sound. Wouldn't be THAT difficult to play, assuming he's got markings on the side of the neck. Certain chords would make it a bit more difficult.
Even With A Chainsaw: NashMcNash: Really makes a great sound. Wouldn't be THAT difficult to play, assuming he's got markings on the side of the neck. Certain chords would make it a bit more difficult.I've never played a fretless - is this a thing, or is it really without any markings at all?
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