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    Default Re: SDUGF Collaboration Track

    Up tempo swing a' la Stevie Ray Vaughn.

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    I have Couldn't Stand The Weather and Texas Flood on vinyl. So you had better not be messing around.
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    if anyone wants to make some suggestions for what they want.
    Quite serious. I like that uptempo stuff of SRV's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer$ View Post
    Ooh. Holy blast from the past Batman! Sounds cool. Kinda reminds me of Alice In Chains.

    If anyone's still interested I'm a hell of a lot better at making backing tracks now if anyone wants to make some suggestions for what they want.
    Thanks! Some mistakes, but I thought it turned out okay for a blind improv. I would try to play to over a swing track, though I dunno if that would be my first choice. Why not make it electro swing? :P Just throwing ideas out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer$ View Post
    Ooh. Holy blast from the past Batman! Sounds cool. Kinda reminds me of Alice In Chains.

    If anyone's still interested I'm a hell of a lot better at making backing tracks now if anyone wants to make some suggestions for what they want.
    Maybe some dark downtempo prog like High on Fire's sludgier tracks. That stuff serves a wide variety of lead flavors from blues to shred to soundscape
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    Quote Originally Posted by rashayritto View Post
    Maybe some dark downtempo prog like High on Fire's sludgier tracks. That stuff serves a wide variety of lead flavors from blues to shred to soundscape
    That's a sweet idea. I've got this Supernaut sounding thing I've been playing with that I could use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenVulture View Post
    Up tempo swing a' la Stevie Ray Vaughn.
    A very big +1 to this!
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