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    Cover of "South Side Of The Sky" - Yes

    It was a real challenge and an incredible pleasure to take part in the realization of this cover. Steve Howe has had a great influence on my development as a guitar player. Between the recordings of the album "Night Shadow" we also recorded some covers of favorite prog bands.
    Feel free to comment and share what you think!

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    You guys nailed it!! love it!
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    Great attention to detail and sounds, playing is top-notch as well. I know what a labor of love this kind of project is. Sometimes I think that South Side might be my favorite Yes piece ever, and your recording reminds me why. Thanks for sharing!
    David
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    Interesting, the bass player appears to be using a maple neck fretless with a pick. He's getting a good sound. Good cover, nice job.

    Bill

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    Excellent job!

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    Sounds great! The bass players strings look like tapewounds...
    Just sitting at home rocking back and forth and jealously caressing my invisible collection of theoretical assets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmatopia View Post
    Sounds great! The bass players strings look like tapewounds...
    That would make sense, because rounds would chew up a fretless maple neck. Could be La Bellas or DR, they both make a white tapewound set. Or something else. He's getting a great tone from them, whatever they are.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sputnik View Post
    That would make sense, because rounds would chew up a fretless maple neck. Could be La Bellas or DR, they both make a white tapewound set. Or something else. He's getting a great tone from them, whatever they are.

    Bill
    Yeah, I want that tone!
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