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New Nord samples Electric Grand Amped and. EP7 Tines Amped


sakari lindhen

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Oh yeah...we were the St. Louis/Illinois area answer to the Grateful Dead/Band and Allman Brothers all rolled into one. We were quite popular back then. Pure Hippies all the way.. :cool:

 

Defintley another lifetime. :)

 

Also that's my wife Diane, going on 33 years, on the right sitting on the porch overlooking the proceedings. We had been together at least 2 years when this was taken. Little did she know what she was signing on for almost 45 years ago... :laugh:

https://soundcloud.com/dave-ferris

2005 NY Steinway D

Yamaha AvantGrand N3X, P-515

 

 

 

 

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After using the Rhodes EP E7 for a while, I also deleted it in order to have a little more variation in the Rhodes sounds. It did seem have more punch, which could be a big plus for soloing in a rock band. However, the advantages of the EP E7 didn't seem to be worth it.

 

It is really tough using a Electro 3 and trying to fit in the new sounds. :sad: I found I liked the new Amped Wurly enough to make room for it. It has more dynamics. The old Wurly was dull and never cut through.

Nord electro 3 73, Casio Px-5s, Yamaha SY-85, A&H ZED FX mixer, 2 QSC K8.2s
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