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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y08QVwg_T8Y

Here comes a X'mas greeting song from a very young surf guitarist and her dad all the way from the other side of the world to you all!!! Stay safe, healthy and merry!!! Hope you like it!

Mina and dad

Last edited: Dec 25, 2020 07:27:40

Fantastic!
I really enjoyed that.
Merry Xmas!

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Very good! Thank you!

thank you!

How cool is that? Music is fun! No social distancing required for a family band.

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Very awesome! Dude how many guitars do you have? It’s cool that you guys are playing different ones in every video.

Daniel Deathtide

Nice job! I really enjoyed that! Happy holidays!

Bob

Sweet chimey tones with straightforward arrangement and fitting drumming were fun to hear.

What did you use for the drumming?

The Insanitizers! http://www.insanitizers.com

Last edited: Dec 27, 2020 10:37:27

martinblasick wrote:

How cool is that? Music is fun! No social distancing required for a family band.

Well, we are lucky in my city. No confirmed cases for 260 days! But for a city that relies heavily on 40mil visitors a year, you know things are pretty much back to what it was like in the 70s. hahaha. Gigs and public performances are allowed again, but everyone still has to and wants to behave, or else the party/gig/show would be over. But, jamming at home is always possible and safe. ;-))) I hope the vaccines will reach to all people in the world soon.

DeathTide wrote:

Very awesome! Dude how many guitars do you have? It’s cool that you guys are playing different ones in every video.

I am trying very hard not to be sending the wrong message to my kid, but she knows. Many of the guitars are gifts or pre-owned ones, or there are special sentimental reasons why we keep them. Most of them are surf related guitars I wanted, yet a few of them, my daughter specifically "needs" them she said as she does more solo stuff and sometimes need a certain feature like a locking device, or Floyd Rose system, or a 24 fret neck, or perhaps hotter pickups to achieve a certain tone. Then I realized one day, most tones can be cloned or achieved by using like a pedal or a multi-effect system. Oh brother...hahaha! too late. :p

RobbieReverb wrote:

Nice job! I really enjoyed that! Happy holidays!

Hope all is well in San Jose!!!

Squid wrote:

Sweet chimey tones with straightforward arrangement and fitting drumming were fun to hear.

What did you use for the drumming?

Normally we use the 1 click Beatbuddy sng file for this song. But to me, the bassline that comes with the drum set wasn't really what I wanted (but the apache.sng file works quite well for us)and neither one of us wanted to do the bass backing track on X'mas morning so I just snatched an apache backing track online which has the bassline I liked and the drum beat sounded like the real deal. It was handy and like u said, it fits well so we used it that day. Smile It's the first time we ever used that backing track, as I guess for 96% of the time, we used Beatbuddy in live gigs and all. Cheers!

I also use Beatbuddy for live gigs, the adjustable volume preserves my hearing, I'm so glad I don't need hearing aids (so far).

I know that "Oldies 5" in the patterns that came with Beatbuddy is compatible with Apache, but I'm not aware of a 1-click Apache.sng file and could not find it. Please tell me where you found it, thanks!

The Insanitizers! http://www.insanitizers.com

You guys sound great, and she really nailed that Shadows tone. Good job!

Guitar player for The Driptones surf band.
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Great job!

Squid wrote:

I also use Beatbuddy for live gigs, the adjustable volume preserves my hearing, I'm so glad I don't need hearing aids (so far).

I know that "Oldies 5" in the patterns that came with Beatbuddy is compatible with Apache, but I'm not aware of a 1-click Apache.sng file and could not find it. Please tell me where you found it, thanks!

It's in your email, Conrad! Hope it will help!! Wink

SixStringSurfer wrote:

You guys sound great, and she really nailed that Shadows tone. Good job!

Just 1 day after we recorded this, a friend gave my daughter a Boss GT1 and I found out that it has a factory Hank Marvin Apache patch!!!! Will do better next time! Cheers!

Last edited: Dec 31, 2020 10:40:39

I'm impressed! Good job! Maybe you could dial back the backtrack a bit so the lead guitar is more audible? But anyways, good!!!

Rasmús "Michelle" Pasmús

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