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Old 04-20-2012, 04:09 PM
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Long Train Running with my Band JUMP!

I enjoy GuitarTricks which helps me with some Songs I am used to play with my Cover Rock Band JUMP!

Long Train Running in a special arragement of mine was recorded in our rehearshal room in one take (no post recording). No soloing - just Rhytmn work and Background Vocals. May be thats the reason why it grooves even better ...

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Hi Jon,

thanks for your reply! Doobie Brothers songs are always a great fun for me to play. The guitar rhytmn parts from Doobie Brothers are often unique and distinctive and this remembers me that guitar playing is not always soloing like grazy over my fretboard to gain a speed record :-)


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