Extracted from the 46 minute Felt this is bit of a rejig is another for the stockpile of upcoming releases.
Whist taking photos of my new guitar it fell forward and landed on the edge of the nut causing a small crack and creating a buzz on the low E string. It would ultimately become a split so out with the baking soda and superglue.
Rockin' Out On Guitar 2018-03-24
Slowly getting the tools in place for the summer offensive. Video done after the fact as I had my hands full playing and knob twiddling.
p.s. Those LEDs may look all well and good but in less than bright lighting they’re so blinding you can’t read the legend around the controls of the effects unit.
I’m fairly confident that Revision No.97 of the effects board for the forthcoming Mr Slater’s Parrot airy-fairy* guitar EP is very nearly the right layout.
* Ambient / Experimental
Whilst having an effects sort out I put my 1986 line up back together (with the Moollon substituting for an Italian Crybaby that died long ago). By the end of that year I’d decided it was far too much effort and didn’t use effects live again for twenty years.
Tunes lying around divided by UK life expectancy minus current age equals one E.P. a month until death. Shall aim to start releasing from January.
Have to hope for dramatic rise in life span to fit new ones in too. This is what happens when you keep over 30 years of notes and recordings.
From supporting The Brilliant Corners in Brighton, as given away by the Medley at the end.
Numbers = drum machine sequences. Chords are unrelated.
We did too many newer songs.
Also given away by having the video.
The Gits (UK) – Touch Down (1990 Richmond Brighton) [BBQ]