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Peter H. Boer

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Grinding pick-tone
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Grinding pick-tone
Direct from MB-1 to board

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Kuesd5m-e8
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Re: Grinding pick-tone
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This sound really fits into this song.You really know how to get the best out of an MB-1!
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This sound really fits into this song.You really know how to get the best out of an MB-1!
Thanks  8)
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Re: Grinding pick-tone
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Hey Peter, Wow kick ass bass playing my friend, loved it, hint for your lead guitarist though  (hope not out of place), she moves her fingers too far from the strings in between notes, not good for economy (or comfort LOL, get her to copy you...) (not that she misses anything, just makes it much harder than it needs to be, again copy you..IMHO), compliments to the band BTW !!
Cheers R
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Re: Grinding pick-tone
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Hey Peter, Wow kick ass bass playing my friend, loved it, hint for your lead guitarist though  (hope not out of place), she moves her fingers too far from the strings in between notes, not good for economy (or comfort LOL, get her to copy you...) (not that she misses anything, just makes it much harder than it needs to be, again copy you..IMHO), compliments to the band BTW !!
Cheers R

She's a conservatory of music graduated jazz & pop player, but a real 'worker' on the guitar.

Thanks for the compliment about the band  ;D
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Hey Peter, just listened to it again (to remember where I was coming from, and is great BTW), my comment it's very pedantic  :facepalm: and may be a guitarist thing, but where she's come from (a more formal back ground) (great guitar BTW don't get me wrong) she could be a little more economical (like you are), with how far her fingers leave the strings between notes (in my view too far, and much further than yours do...), hey I'm being "very" pedantic here, but you get that ?

Cheers R
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Hey Peter, just listened to it again (to remember where I was coming from, and is great BTW), my comment it's very pedantic  :facepalm: and may be a guitarist thing, but where she's come from (a more formal back ground) (great guitar BTW don't get me wrong) she could be a little more economical (like you are), with how far her fingers leave the strings between notes (in my view too far, and much further than yours do...), hey I'm being "very" pedantic here, but you get that ?

Cheers R
No probs  :thumb-up:
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