[very unofficial] Quad warm-up and studio recce session (Herts)

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  • I’ll head straight to the studio for about 1.30 - will grab service station gourmet food on the way down.
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 17306
    I’m sure I can stock up - but I’m a latte guy really ;)
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  • Thanks All for a good afternoon jamming.

    Special thanks to @snags for organising (and bassing and singing) and @bridgehouse for multi-instrumentalism (Bass, Drum’s and harmonicas!!) and @munckee for bass duties.

    It was a good mix of proper songs and jamming. I’m off to learn some more drum fills and endings!!
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 17306
    Thanks All for a good afternoon jamming.

    Special thanks to @snags for organising (and bassing and singing) and @bridgehouse for multi-instrumentalism (Bass, Drum’s and harmonicas!!) and @munckee for bass duties.

    It was a good mix of proper songs and jamming. I’m off to learn some more drum fills and endings!!
    Was nice got the harmonicas out - need to do some practise and pick some songs that need harmonica and I reckon it will be a load of fun!
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  • SnagsSnags Frets: 1129
    Thanks chaps for rocking up. Good to meet a few new faces, and very indebted to @Bridgehouse and @markblagdon ; for filling the drum stool with grace and style. Definitely more harmonica! 
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 17306
    Snags said:
    Thanks chaps for rocking up. Good to meet a few new faces, and very indebted to @Bridgehouse and @markblagdon ; for filling the drum stool with grace and style. Definitely more harmonica! 
    If I promise to play more harmonica does it mean I can do less drumming?  (please?!) Having your first live drum effort after 6 years as Wanted Dead or Alive was somewhat of a rebaptism of fire ;)

    Tho Hey Joe was fun to drum..
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  • munckeemunckee Frets: 2623

    Had a great time yesterday at Herts spent 4 hours pretty much playing solid.  Thanks to @snags for organising, sorry to his wife who had to walk home in the rain!  A few pictures taken on my rubbish phone so please be assured that everyone is much better looking, younger and slimmer in person!

    https://i.imgur.com/fGQtnyX.jpg

    https://imgur.com/d2gSdOB

    https://i.imgur.com/b4T9H8V.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/P1UbxNz.jpg

    Snags is the bearded chap playing bass, @bridgehouse is drumming, @guitartango is sporting the gold top, @tadodger is holding my custom shop strat and @markblagdon has the swanky red shoes on.

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  • Pete @Snags thanks for organizing the Jam, I really enjoyed playing with your guys. I was in two minds about going as I have not played in a group for a while. 

    Things I have learnt from the "Herts" Jam

    1. Bring two guitars , as the Gibson is bloody heavy :)
    2. You only need to bring a few pedals (my amp just needed a boost)
    3. Try to learn a few songs and keep your timing (the Blues Jam was great)
    4. Hey Joe  has four bars of E (thanks Mark @markblagdon ;)
    5. Have fun.... i did 
    6. It's easy to get lost (even with three chords)
    'I would like to say thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves and I hope we've passed the audition.'

    Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
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  • munckeemunckee Frets: 2623
    Pete @Snags thanks for organizing the Jam, I really enjoyed playing with your guys. I was in two minds about going as I have not played in a group for a while. 

    Things I have learnt from the "Herts" Jam

    1. Bring two guitars , as the Gibson is bloody heavy :)
    2. You only need to bring a few pedals (my amp just needed a boost)
    3. Try to learn a few songs and keep your timing (the Blues Jam was great)
    4. Hey Joe  has four bars of E (thanks Mark @markblagdon ;)
    5. Have fun.... i did 
    6. It's easy to get lost (even with three chords)
    'I would like to say thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves and I hope we've passed the audition.'

    You and snags must have backs like hod carriers!
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  • @munckee I live in a three story house.... even worse.

    Just a thought a good song to cover will be "The End" by the Beatles , each guitar/bass player could take two bars each over A7 and D7

    Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
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  • SnagsSnags Frets: 1129
    @munckee I actually have a bad/weak back from childhood "issues", but muddle on :)
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 17306
    You haven’t had a heavy amp till you’ve tried to move an Ampeg 8x10 cab and SVT head ;)
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  • You haven’t had a heavy amp till you’ve tried to move an Ampeg 8x10 cab and SVT head ;)
    That is one Bass amp ! Did they use it for Back to the Future :)

    Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
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  • BridgehouseBridgehouse Frets: 17306
    You haven’t had a heavy amp till you’ve tried to move an Ampeg 8x10 cab and SVT head ;)
    That is one Bass amp ! Did they use it for Back to the Future :)

    I’ve used one in a rehearsal room and it nearly sent me back to the start of the universe
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  • TADodgerTADodger Frets: 77
    edited October 2018
    Pete @Snags thanks for organizing the Jam, I really enjoyed playing with your guys. I was in two minds about going as I have not played in a group for a while. 

    Things I have learnt from the "Herts" Jam

    1. Bring two guitars , as the Gibson is bloody heavy
    2. You only need to bring a few pedals (my amp just needed a boost)
    3. Try to learn a few songs and keep your timing (the Blues Jam was great)
    4. Hey Joe  has four bars of E (thanks Mark @markblagdon ;;;)
    5. Have fun.... i did 
    6. It's easy to get lost (even with three chords)
    'I would like to say thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves and I hope we've passed the audition.'

    QOTD - My amp just needed a boost o although.... it did sound very good tho....

    I also really enjoyed the chance to play pretty much all afternoon and the open Jam was great, thanks.
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