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Okay, we've established that KHAN rocks. Anyone else? If you think you've got the stuff, why not post a link to some music so we can check you out?

 

This message has been edited by dansouth@yahoo.com on 05-24-2001 at 10:01 PM

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Well, lemme narrow it down a bit. I don't rock. I don't roll. I kinda plunk away. I'm currently working on a CD of my ineptitude.

 

But Chip...now, he shreds.

 

Strat, with those rockabilly-grass fills on that Tele on the "Need Somethin' to Eat" or whatever the name was...he boogies!

 

Jimmy James...(and the Blue Flames? Wasn't that Hendrix's first band?) he bloozes!

 

I've yet to hear some of the others here.

"Cisco Kid, was a friend of mine"
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>>>Okay, we've established that Kahn rocks.

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Thanks Dan, but I don't think "we've" establishished anything of the kind. http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/s/cwm/erm.gif

So Many Drummers. So Little Time...
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Guitplayer, I suggest you put on your glasses and re-read this thread. Of course Lisa ROCKS!!!!

The shot was pointed directly at http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/contrib/blackeye/2gunsfiring_v1.gif YOU!!!!

So Many Drummers. So Little Time...
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BTW Dan, It's spelled KHAN, like the Star Trek character. http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/s/cwm/read.gif

 

Not Kahn, like the hot dog brand. http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/otn/confused/fie.gif

 

Although some may say I'm a brand of hot dog... http://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/contrib/blackeye/hihi.gifhttp://cwm.ragesofsanity.com/s/cwm/eek5.gif

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Originally posted by Tedster:

Although I did like Madeline Kahn. She was great in all those Mel Brooks films...

 

"Oooh! You're wewy, wewy tawented! HA!"

- Blazing Saddles

 

Madeline Kahn and Terry Garr - such stuff as dreams as made on...

 

Yo, Khan, I fixed all the spelling errors except for the subject line of the "KHAN ROCKS" thread.

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Yep, Terri Garr, too. Incidentally, to tie it in, Terri (y?) Garr's first major appearance (that I know of) was in a Star Trek episode. She played a ditzy secretary to Robert Lansing, who was in reality a Space/Time traveler who came into the Enterprise crew's path...

 

(One eyebrow raised) "Fascinating, but highly illogical, Captain..."

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Originally posted by Tedster:

Yep, Terri Garr, too. Incidentally, to tie it in, Terri (y?) Garr's first major appearance (that I know of) was in a Star Trek episode.

 

Yeah, but ... well, yeah.

 

I remember a distinct appearance on Letterman involving LEGS THAT KILL at 50 paces..... LEGS THAT KILL. Danger.

 

(f1 racing, Monaco GP tomorrow, fast cars, gotta get some 1x10x20 air filters tomorrow, arrange that blues tune, then pay that bill, then race cars, then arrange my cable box, gotta switch power amps with Ed at work, then

 

LEGS THAT KILL, LEGS THAT KILL, NICE LEGS THAT KILL, BLACK THIGH HIGHS, LEGS,

 

STOP

 

ahg. This always happens when I get clear of immediate musical obligations and my mind has a moment to think about something else... must....remain.... focused.....

 

 

Thanks for the kudos, Ted. Soon I'm going to have some proper decent clips up somewhere for people to hear...

 

TERRY GARR LEGS BRAZEN GAZE SULTRY BANGS ARRRRRRRRHHHH, nudge nudge, ArrrARRRHHhhh (wink) ARRRhhhhh.....

 

(stop f1 race tomorrow, adjust main guitar truss rod, basketball playoffs are happening now I think, mountainbike, yes I need to ride the mountainbike, maybe a lot, yes, about 25 miles, monaco gp, new issue of GP to read for that matter, yes, blues tune to arrange, yeah, new project preliminary thing to create, black bean quesadilla, )

 

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Hey Dan...

 

I have music in realplayer format on my homepage (accessible from my profile)...but every now and then it decides to crash for no apparent reason. Actually, I'm probably not a half bad player...I can't shred...but I do like to bend a lotta strings a'la Duane and Dickey. But my tunes tend toward Beatle-influenced pop...so I don't go hog wild on solos a lot.

 

Don't worry about goodies...I'm still trying to figure out how to use the goodies I've got! http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

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Originally posted by dansouth@yahoo.com:

"Oooh! You're wewy, wewy tawented! HA!"

- Blazing Saddles

 

Madeline Kahn and Terry Garr - such stuff as dreams as made on...

 

Ain't it the Truth, Dan?

 

Terri "Ooophhh!"

 

Gene Wilder "What was that?"

 

Marty Feldman "That'll be Helga. Herr Faulkstein thought you'd be needing an assistant in the laboratory."

 

Terri (lying in a hay covered wagon, on her back. Seeing Gene for the first time)

"Hallo! Would you like to take a roll in the hay? It's fun! Rollll! Rolll! Roll in the Haaayyy!

 

 

(I won't insult you guys by repeating the whole, "What knockers" routine. EVERYONE who's seen the movie knows THAT one by heart!)

 

But we digress...

 

Neil

It's easiest to find me on Facebook. Neil Bergman

 

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Cool tunage......really recorded well. Ripping guitar, cool groove.

 

Originally posted by gonzo-x:

I TRY NOT TO SHRED.........

but i do try to rock......

you may decide what you will......

http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/207/trouble1.html

 

try "michael's house", about my bud michael's house...... (doh!)

Down like a dollar comin up against a yen, doin pretty good for the shape I'm in
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Originally posted by gonzo-x:

I TRY NOT TO SHRED.........

but i do try to rock......

you may decide what you will......

 

Despite your shot across the bow I liked your "Pali" clip.

 

 

 

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Guitar Lessons in Augusta Georgia: www.chipmcdonald.com

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Okay, Gonz-meister...I listened, too...to "Pali Face" and "Michael's House"...good tunage...loved the guitar sounds...me, personally, I preferred the Robin Trowerish trancey vibe of Pali-Face...definitely something you could pop into the old CD player late at night cruisin' in your vehicle...

 

Now, comes the drawback http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gif... you get to explain to us what gear/effects/etc. you used and recording tricks... http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

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Hey folks give Tedster a listen......pretty damn awesome. Reminds me of a cross of old Jefferson Airplane meets CSN meets Badfinger meets early Wings........great harmonies and very tasty guitar. Fine example of knowing "when" to play.
Down like a dollar comin up against a yen, doin pretty good for the shape I'm in
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oh, that part's easy........

all tracks go into a roland vs 880ex.......

 

the guitar rig is a custom made strat-frankenstrat, that's got a page featured on my home site.....

go here for that: http://homestead.juno.com/kindagonzo/gonzosgarage.html

 

anyway, the strat goes into a mesa boogie mark2b 60 watt head, and that goes into a (2) roland single 12" enclosures with either a carvin 75 watt british speaker, or a 30 watt celestion. The volume goes as high as i can get it without the speaker breaking up (usually about 7) and that goes into a 57 up close, and an at4033 about 3 feet back, through an art mp and dbx compressor......

i also have a marshall jmp-1 that i use as a preamp into the effects return of the boogie, bypassing the boogie preamp and using only the power section. that's a sweet combination of marshall crunch and boogie smooth.......

no effects.

all effects are added after tracking dry tracks.

 

bass is a cheap-ass series 10 sort-of precision copy straight into the art tube mp and dbx, then through a sim in the roland, drum machines are zoom 123 and roland 505, latin percussion shakers and eggz and tambourine.....

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Gonzo said...

 

>>>and that goes into a 57 up close, and an at4033 about 3 feet back, through an art mp and dbx compressor......

 

Aha! The dual-mic trick! This was discussed by Bob Dennis of www.recordingeq.com . He also put a light delay on the initial mic (I think)...so it was in sync with the second (like a couple milliseconds). Hmmm...have to try that sometime...

 

Strat...you're making me blush, dude...

 

Gator...you already rock!

 

And...man, there's a dudette around here that always has some useful tips, cool advice, etc, and really adds to a lot of threads, and that is none other than our resident aviatrix, Lee Flier...round of applause, and a round of drinks for Lee!

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