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Author Topic: The Bash Backing Track  (Read 1516 times)
Jkendrick
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« on: October 28, 2014, 01:57:29 PM »

Hey folks, this in non-Phish content, but thought others might enjoy it. This is a bluegrassy tune by the Dixie Dregs I'm working on. They play it at an astounding 180 bpm. I'm not even attempting to get it that fast, so I've created this at 140bpm. It's still a huge workout at that speed. I'm not sure I'll ever play this tune with a band, but it's a fun way to get the triads I've been working on into practice. It's recorded using my crappy acoustic and my iPad so forgive the poor quality.

https://soundcloud.com/jim-kendrick/the-bash


For reference, if anyone wants to hear the original (warning: watching this video may make you want to throw your guitar off a bridge):

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