Im still on my George Harrison kick- a couple days ago, (thursday actually- ha) a radio station here had TBT (ThrowBack Thursday) playing Beatles solo works all day long. One of the most striking cuts was George Harrrrison playing slide blues guitar along side Alvin Lee. Bluest Blues. A real bittersweet moment, to hear both Alvin Lee (dead) of Ten Years After fame and Mr Harrison (also dead), two great musicians, both former life staples for me in my youth, playing together
The forest rangers recorded rock with a touch of country or folk overtones. With a number of different lead singers. They did most of the background musica for sons of anarchy. Lousy show but good music
Rich (member ThreeMustGetBeers) "It's not always about going fast. Sometimes it's nice to slow down" (Wendy E.2016)
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Allman Bros Band on Pandora while Im retouching photos ... the main thing I like about Pandora is the fact that it plays all these other bands "like" the band Ive selected so I hear things Ive never heard before..... Coincidently the thing I hate about it is the fact that it plays bands other then what Ive selected....
I'm also a musician, and am interested in your experience with the GR1!!!!
Since I got the GR-1, I almost never play just plain ole' guitar anymore. A lot of the music I play sounds great with sax, vibraphones, flute, piano, etc, etc.
I lay down tracks with rhyhthm guitar, bass, drums, then play along with above instruments. I also lay down background strings or vox (synthetic voices) which sounds awesome to me.
I'm almost ready to make a recording of about 8 tunes; A mix of originals, old standards, and arrangements. This gadget has opened up my music experience by an order of magnitude.
If I'd known it was this much fun I would have done this years ago. And it cost just under 200$. I recently spent 2500$ bucks on a new Les Paul that just sits there on the wall......I fitted my GR-1 pickup on a 500$ MIM Fender Jaguar and that's all I play now.
Bikes 1974 Commando 1985 Honda Nighthawk 650 1957 Thunderbird/T110 "Flying Tiger" Antique Fans: Loads of Emersons (Two six wingers) plus gyros and orbiters.
I'm interested in using it to process different string instruments! I can't play guitar (keys for the last 30 years though), but the experimentation would be a lot of fun!!
This unit has three hundred preset sounds on it with options to add more. The Roland GR series is now up to GR-55, with about five versions since the GR-1. I can't guess what the others have, but if I did, I'd say they probably made it more user friendly rather than adding a bunch more sounds.
You can spend up to about 8-900$ for a new unit.
I'm thinking of selling the Les Paul......played very little.
Saturday mornings: 6 am to 8 am (currently BST - GMT+1) Sounds Of The 60's.
Saturday afternoons: 1 pm to 3 pm Pick Of The Pops - POTP used to be on Sunday evenings and was that week's singles chart. Current incarnation of POTP replays the charts from the current week in two previous years - this week 1975 and 1988 but can be anywhere from the 1950's to the 1990's; couple of weeks ago, the British and US singles' charts from the same week in 1965.
Sunday afternoons: 3 pm to 5 pm Sounds Of The 70's.
Thursday evenings: 7 pm to 8 pm Bob Harris Country (although Country is a bit narrow, "Americana" is a better description imho.
Also available anytime on the Beeb's radio iPlayer but those from the colonies might be required to subscribe.