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Cover tune: JP - Leather Rebel

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by MindsinK, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. MindsinK

    MindsinK Not a team player

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    First crack at Steven Slate Drums (aiming for not too "machine-gunny.") I'm the typical guitarist not thrilled with his tone...

    Guitar specifics: Two tracks of guitar; each track consists of a track of direct Rocktron Prophesy (panned 100 L-R) and a track of Digidesign Eleven (panned 50 L-R.) Still has no nuts...

    http://www.angelfire.com/band2/jmbakula/Leather_Rebel.mp3

    Thanks in advance for any advice!
     
  2. ParsonsMatt

    ParsonsMatt Alas, Tyranny

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    I like it! The guitars sound a little weak, but I think with a bit more volume they'd be good.

    Vocals are good too!
     
  3. MetallyGuitarded

    MetallyGuitarded He whom thou art not

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    Sounds pretty damn good too me. I was rocking the fuck out of that CD in my van all last week. LoL That first sweep/break in the opening track Painkiller sends chills up my spine every time I hear it. Oddly I just noticed some spots on that CD last week where I was kinda thrown off by Halfords performance. Still a fuckin epic classic.

    Your cover sounds pretty fuckin dead on too.

    \m/ \m/
     
  4. MindsinK

    MindsinK Not a team player

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    Thanks guys... much appreciated! The Painkiller album has some hella cool lead work going on...
     

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