Do one-member computer geek bands count? See sig if they do.
Actually we're not breaking up. Finding a new singer is never fun, but our songwriting team is still intact so it's just a matter of plugging in a creative vocalist with a good ear and a good voice. We'll be back on track before '07. At least that's my mid-October estimate.
three peice instrumental "funk-rock" i guesse
surprisingly good recording for a computer mic in the middle of the room
our drummer can not do mellow
i can not not solo
Nice sounding stuff.
Currently selling Black Jazz Bass Body, Duckbuster Neck and Middle and Black '59 Neck, Beta 52 mic, and RNP Preamps
Sell me your 2002 MIA Telecaster
Open to trades for Antiquity/Fralin P-Bass type, OCD pedal, Baddass II Bridge
See signature, buy a CD, be happy
Zerberus Industries: Where perfection isn't good enough.
'05 gibson les paul studio vintage mahogany (DiMarzio Super Distortion/ SD Jazz)
'04 gibson SG standard (BurstBucker Pro's)
mesa/boogie 2-channel dual rectifier (with EL34's)
marshall 1960A 4x12
and a few pedals
Why don't you take your little Cobra Kais and get outta here?!
The old band: www.myspace.com/farewelltofairbanks
My new one... only time will tell
The faster a drummer plays, the less hard he hits, which results in a softer and quieter sound. While consistency is a must, you must also have some feel to things.
My favorite thing to do is sample the actual drummers kit, and use that for the sound replacing.