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    ^^^ Like this too. The titles make me laugh as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve983 View Post
    ^^^ Like this too. The titles make me laugh as well.
    Who among us has not made these excuses for our cats' transgressions?

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    I would like to get a Baritone electric but they seems all so expensive apart from the Squier Jazzmaster one which I'm not sure about - not keen on the all in black look...if only there was a Squier Baritone Telecaster in sunburst on the market! Unless I sell my Japanese Fender P and go for a PRS...hmmm.

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    I just bought the cheapest baritone neck Warmoth offered (maple neck/maple fretboard, $205 + another $34 for Gotoh tuners) and slapped it on my mexican strat. I think I need to play with it for a while before I can determine that it's worth spending big money on something high quality. Right now it's just something different to play with for variety.

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    Brett Kingman shows off his skills once again...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSGF0rqxvFQ

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    Added an EHX Superego+ to the artillery. Using the freeze function here, putting it thru the tremolo. Also lots of Grazer noodling.
    https://casuallyabandoned.podbean.co...-waffle-today/

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    I currently feel that a baritone is potentially a great new tool. My new PRS SE277 baritone is on the way but won’t open it until Cribbas
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    Very very nice Soundscape, James! A lot of variety yet a cohesive feel. Nice and spacey.
    Waffle-licious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmotron View Post
    I currently feel that a baritone is potentially a great new tool. My new PRS SE277 baritone is on the way but won’t open it until Cribbas
    Very nice! I might go for the Squier Baritone Jazzmaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve983 View Post
    Very nice! I might go for the Squier Baritone Jazzmaster.

    I think it would be a good guitar. I was close to going with it. But I got 20% off the PRS. it will be happy with my other PRS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmotron View Post
    Very very nice Soundscape, James! A lot of variety yet a cohesive feel. Nice and spacey.
    Waffle-licious!
    Thanks!

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    This is my latest creation, moving more into sci fi soundtrack territory and going a bit crazy with the Rainbow/Crystal delays on the Mooer Ocean Machine:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_fGPZwHubY&t=23s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve983 View Post
    This is my latest creation, moving more into sci fi soundtrack territory and going a bit crazy with the Rainbow/Crystal delays on the Mooer Ocean Machine:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_fGPZwHubY&t=23s
    I really liked that!
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    Nice work. Again, love the chaotic sounds over the soothing backgrounds. The bed here has a bit of an old Porcupine Tree feel.

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    ^^ Thanks guys, especially the PT compliment.

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    By the way if anyone has never heard PT's/ Steven Wilson's Rainy Taxi, its one of the finest Ambient moments of all time:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy7r6MqATpU

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    Random noodling. Trying to increase my youtube footprint, since most of my stuff is everywhere except where everyone is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmanzi View Post
    Random noodling. Trying to increase my youtube footprint, since most of my stuff is everywhere except where everyone is.

    Nice! Very "synth-like." Well done, James.

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    Good work James, I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmotron View Post
    Nice! Very "synth-like." Well done, James.
    Thanks. That's the pog2. On a clean gtr it give you an organy tone, and with distortion it's more synthy.

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    Good work James, I like it.
    Thanks!

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    ^^^

    Very nice James. Who is Edith Salmon?
    By the way, I'd be interested to hear about your approach to recording, I assume that was a single track/take? Any plugins used?

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