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    Default Sat in on a session with a friend's band - Steve Earle cover

    Every month my buddy's band puts out a digital single, could be near anything they're up for doing, they're really eclectic.

    I was dropping off some guitars I had been working on for him at his studio and they asked me to hang out and join them. I love Steve Earle so it was a lot of fun.

    I am playing rhythm and dropping a lead at the 2:49 mark. Playing a Tele that kicks around the studio thru a 30wt Marshall JTM.

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    Great stuff!
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    Default Re: Sat in on a session with a friend's band - Steve Earle cover

    I liked your solo. Fit well with the song.
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    Default Re: Sat in on a session with a friend's band - Steve Earle cover

    Being brutally honest, the female vocals were off

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    Default Re: Sat in on a session with a friend's band - Steve Earle cover

    I wouldn't argue that. It's all done live with the whole band and only a few takes so there's always likely to be something a little off I guess

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