Because People in power are Stupid: At least credit Willie Dixon.http://youtu.be/WyAY3DQkLj0
p0nk: Yes, all that sound is coming from just 3 strings.except that...One pickup is running through an octave pedal, overdrive, and chorus. The second pickup is running through a phase shifter, compressor-sustainer, and Blues Driver distortion pedal.I could make a kazoo sound good with all that gear.
ZMugg: Q: What is the height of optimism?A: A Dulcimer player with a beeper.Q: What's a Dulcimer good for?A: Kindling.I'll be here all weekAvoid the veal
Mikey1969: Too obscure? I hope so, I've never gotten one of these obscure things to work before...
Lando Lincoln: Mikey1969: Too obscure? I hope so, I've never gotten one of these obscure things to work before...I'm gonna guess, "Jack's Big Music Show." Like it says on the drum. Of the picture you posted.
Archimedes' Principal: ZMugg: Q: What is the height of optimism?A: A Dulcimer player with a beeper.Q: What's a Dulcimer good for?A: Kindling.I'll be here all weekAvoid the vealI was told the height of optimism is a mosquito, floating down the river on his back, with a hard-on, whistling for the draw bridge to open.
p0nk: Cerebral Knievel:And Mr. Page didnt have all those effects and/or more?What the hell is your point exactly? that you could do the same thing with a kazoo? great! do it, perform it, and post it, and submidt it and maybe we can all go Hey check out this dude doing zep on a friggen kazoo!jack assmy point is that it is easy to make a simple instrument (such as a 3-string dulcimer) played with minimal skill sound remarkable with the right engineering behind it. Not sure why your panties are in such a twist.
ModernPrimitive01: as someone who plays Appalachian Dulcimer I still don't see the point of this. Sure you CAN do it, but why would you want to? It doesn't sound that great played that way, if you really want to play Zepplin that much why not learn it on guitar? It seems with that set up he could do a lot of experimental things with the dulcimer that would be a whole lot more interesting than trying to play a 50 year old guitar song
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