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daveysaxboy

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Had a half hour to kill and was messing about with my Digitech pedal so done a quicky version of Mercy Mercy Mercy.

 
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Taz

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Ok I'll show you no mercy whatsoever Davey "Bloomin" Saxboy!..........





The end



(Well how was I supposed to rip a seamless production to pieces?)

If I could swear on this forum I'd just say how much I ******* loved the whole ****** thing. Even the funky (yes I said funky) effects are absolutely ******* amazing as was the ******* brilliant use of altisimo! What can I say, Davey, your a total ****** :welldone
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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Ok I'll show you no mercy whatsoever Davey "Bloomin" Saxboy!..........





The end



(Well how was I supposed to rip a seamless production to pieces?)

If I could swear on this forum I'd just say how much I ******* loved the whole ****** thing. Even the funky (yes I said funky) effects are absolutely ******* amazing as was the ******* brilliant use of altisimo! What can I say, Davey, your a total ****** :welldone

What can I say now but thanks Taz.Yea I like it for a half hours messing about.Wanted that 70's funky sound.Seems to work.Thanks for kind words ans i'm happy you like it fella.
 

Wade Cornell

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Very tasty! Nice variety of sounds with lots of space. Although your tone is more than fine it's refreshing to have the variety of sounds that can modulate your tone and gives more of a sense of how good your note choices are. Excellent flow of ideas that fits with the tune. First rate playing and production; one of your best.
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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Very tasty! Nice variety of sounds with lots of space. Although your tone is more than fine it's refreshing to have the variety of sounds that can modulate your tone and gives more of a sense of how good your note choices are. Excellent flow of ideas that fits with the tune. First rate playing and production; one of your best.

Thanks Wade.I agree you seem to hear the choice of notes in a new way on play back.I enjoyed playing it.Its 1 of them tunes played sooo many times but when you hear it it still puts a smile on your face.A true classic.
 

Taz

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Very tasty! Nice variety of sounds with lots of space. Although your tone is more than fine it's refreshing to have the variety of sounds that can modulate your tone and gives more of a sense of how good your note choices are. Excellent flow of ideas that fits with the tune. First rate playing and production; one of your best.
Yeah, what he said! (sorry Wade, I'm a man of limited word power and you said it so eloquently :w00t:)
 

dooce

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Is that the standard Digitech Auto-wah setting Davey? Sounds way more extreme than the one on my pedal.

Oh, by the way, well funky, man......
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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Is that the standard Digitech Auto-wah setting Davey? Sounds way more extreme than the one on my pedal.

Oh, by the way, well funky, man......

Messed about with some of the settings.Still got to sit and have a good old look at it.Most of the presets are rather canny.
 

thesaxman71

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MBII + YTS-62 = feeling inspired, NEEDING to better oneself


simple as that



been there , done it , LOVING every second of it :)


enjoy the ride fella, full support for a fellow Geordie!
 
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Mike

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Mercy, Mercy.....That is a very cool effect!

As Ian mentioned.....Just enjoy the ride!
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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MBII + YTS-62 = feeling inspired, NEEDING to better oneself


simple as that



been there , done it , LOVING every second of it :)


enjoy the ride fella, full support for a fellow Geordie!

Wey I man like.Loving the combo.Just feels soooo right.
 

daveysaxboy

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it's only taken about 17 years but i KNEW i would convert you to this great set up :D:D:D

Yea the 62 is making me smile again.My Z'S done the same thing.I think the 62 may be even atad more flexible.As for Guardalas I always end up back on them,Why ...... there amazing.As said before i'm sticking to a goal now of NO more gear.Scary thought for me but i'm going to do it,yeeee haaaa. The best combo is 1 that lets you just play and do what you hear in your head with no obstacles in your way.
 

thesaxman71

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Yea the 62 is making me smile again.My Z'S done the same thing.I think the 62 may be even atad more flexible.As for Guardalas I always end up back on them,Why ...... there amazing.As said before i'm sticking to a goal now of NO more gear.Scary thought for me but i'm going to do it,yeeee haaaa. The best combo is 1 that lets you just play and do what you hear in your head with no obstacles in your way.

62's in my opinion are THE most under-rated saxophone of all time, i had 4 mark vi's and compared the Z only last week in Oslo next to my 62 and it has blown them all away, they were all nice enough saxes but they all missed that sparkle that i get with the 62... i am maybe thinking to get mine stripped of laquer cos a lot of it is scratched off as the sax has been 'beaten up' over the years, poor thing haha, but i am not 100% convinced if i should yet, tho it would be a quite unique sax if it was unlaquered, hmm.
as for Guardala's, you are so right, i was a Lawton man for many years but i am now converted, weh hey!
anyway, it took you a while to realise to stay on 1 sax and mouthpiece set up but hey, better late than never fella hahaha
 
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daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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62's in my opinion are THE most under-rated saxophone of all time, i had 4 mark vi's and compared the Z only last week in Oslo next to my 62 and it has blown them all away, they were all nice enough saxes but they all missed that sparkle that i get with the 62... i am maybe thinking to get mine stripped of laquer cos a lot of it is scratched off as the sax has been 'beaten up' over the years, poor thing haha, but i am not 100% convinced if i should yet, tho it would be a quite unique sax if it was unlaquered, hmm.
as for Guardala's, you are so right, i was a Lawton man for many years but i am now converted, weh hey!
anyway, it took you a while to realise to stay on 1 sax and mouthpiece set up but hey, better late than never fella hahaha

I've stripped about 6 horns to brass but you need a guy who knows what there doing as Yamaha lacquer is a legend.Its hard as nails.My fetish is unlacquered and silver horns for sure.Not a fan of shiny gold 1's.
 

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