I love to get my thrash on and I love flamenco music. I want to craft this sound tight, and suggestions, critiques or comments? Thanks:) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiQCe8wQTBA
[GEAR] DIY – I hate all-black amps and the BOSS logo, so I replaced my grill cloth and removed the BOSS logo off my Katana. Step by step guide inside.
I love my Katana 100, but I've always disliked all-black amps. I also feel like the BOSS logo needed to be updated about 20 years ago. Figured I'd knock out out a badge removal and a grill cloth replacement at the same time. I purchased my grill cloth from www.mojotone.com. A yard of fabric cost me about $25 including shipping. The steps and photos are all in the album. The end result is much more attractive than the factory fabric, IMO.
Since the Katana is so popular around these parts I figured I'd post a guide on how I replaced the cloth to contribute.
Let me know what you think or ask any questions about the process I may have left out.
I've been playing for about a 8 years but I don't feel as though I'm anywhere near as I should be for that amount of time.
I hardly ever find myself learning a song start to finish. The music I mostly listen to (Vai, Satriani and Johnson) is far above my skill level but it's what i hear so it's what i want to play.
If you could help me out by suggesting me songs i can learn start to finish that aren't too easy but not insanely difficult (like what I attempt to play) that would be great.
I know this won't be a popular post but i truly appreciate any help, thanks.
Verse: Am, C, C7, E
Chorus: Am, D, B Em
So, in the verse Am and C are as common as it gets, but the C7 chords contains Bb which is the minor second, and it sounds kinda off in a good way. Then E has a G# which again should sound kinda off considering the chromatic of G# A and Bb is played so close.
Then at the Chorus the guitarist plays a line with Eb in it above the Am, and fits the song perfectly.
The song is about a old school singer turning into a Diva, and that progression gives a weird retro sound, without making the song sound off in any way. Any explanation of the theory behind this would be appreciated.
I'm GASing hard for an SB-1 from what I've heard of it and the SB-2 on youtube, however it's somewhat difficult finding good quality clean recordings of the bass, especially at various volume and tone levels (people keep persistently saying how the voume knob rolled about a quarter to a third off sounds the same as a regular alnico P pick-up…)
Any SB-1/SB-2 owners out there, I'll be extremely grateful if you could put together a few clean recordings of the pick-up at various volumes and tone settings.