L270 C Major pentatonic lick

FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites These days im trying to change my usual way of playing pentatonic scales (using scalar runs) and instead use more note skipping and playing more legato lines using slides, hammerons and pulloffs.
The bass is recorded from the direct output (post eq) of a tc electronic Staccato 51 amp into a Apogee Duet soundcard
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lac_br21 said,

November 18, 2009 @ 1:31 am

OH Man MarloweDK and this site is the best…

bassfunk said,

October 14, 2009 @ 5:06 am

best site EVER.

George Boumis said,

October 9, 2009 @ 6:49 pm

And for changing the usual way of playing the pentatotic scales it is neccessairy to change dressing style! 😉
That goes without saying:-D
Nice as always your lines…

And yes it has a more natural sound!

BassDcypl said,

October 9, 2009 @ 4:25 pm

marloweDk, can you explain the soundcard briefly, please? What is it? Do you still use the Pandora?
Explain the soundcard? Its just a soundcard (Apogee Duet) taking care of a clean input to the computer, the sound itself in this instance is from the amp.
And yes i still use the pandora for quick recordings, sounds great but tends to make the sound almost too beauful (amp sims , comps, stereo ambience) and has a lot of hisss, so im getting back into a more honest natural sound, which would be more usefull in pro recording settings


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