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SwampRiverMan



General information
Name: Ed Greenwald
Location: So Cal
Occupation: You can run but you can't hide
Hobbies: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Date registered 05.22.2010
Last online: 08.04.2010
Sex: male


Description
Self taught - with on stage guidance from Pebber Brown, Johnny Fortune and Mike Leberthon
Inspired by Bob Summers and Mort Marker....

Influences: Eric Clapton, James Burton, Scotty Moore, John Fogerty, Paul McCartney and many more.




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08.04.2010
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Wed Aug 04, 2010 6:23 pm | jump to post

I agree with Ursin and Rob here about working on breaking bad habits. However anchoring a pinky on the body of the guitar while finger picking or to obtain a certain attack on the string is not ALWAYS a bad thing. I would certainly not recommend it while playing those fast runs you all are so fond of now days. :)

07.22.2010
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Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:43 pm | jump to post

I've always thought it has a lot of potential for drum lessons. Some touch sensitive pads and watch these kids go to town.
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:38 pm | jump to post

I'd pickup the guitar and play it.

07.14.2010
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:21 pm | jump to post

Andy, The person of whom you speak took guitar lessons from Pebber for over 10 years on a fairly regular basis. As you can see this forum isn't for those type of questions however.

07.13.2010
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:05 pm | jump to post

Hey Rob cool gear indeed. I love that JX5 harness for J-Bass. I hate dickering around with both volume controls all the time. That would be a nice option to not only have 1 volume control but a 5 way switch for parallel, in phase, out of phase etc. Only a hundred bucks too. That would make my little Squier Classic Vibe Jazz bass with Seymour Duncan Hot Jazz-2 pups really sweet.
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Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:37 am | jump to post

Oh yeah Fralin's are a great way to go. I'd love some myself. But for the price of a set of Fralin's this guy could buy another Aria Guitar.There are a lot of nice inexpensive guitars out there but a lot of folks starting out fall into the trap of "If I have a more expensive guitar, I will play better" I'll check out the sight you gave the link on and check out prices etc. Thanks Rob
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Tue Jul 13, 2010 3:04 pm | jump to post

That was a great movie too.
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Tue Jul 13, 2010 3:00 pm | jump to post

Try www.guitarfetish.com.... They've got some decent low priced tuners and pickups that will save you money instead of buying named brand stuff.Even Sperzel type locking tuners are only $29.95. And the pickups are very decent. Run a google search on them and check out the reviews.

07.13.2010
SwampRiverMan has replied to a post
Tue Jul 13, 2010 2:57 pm | jump to post

Interesting, the pod xt live should be pretty much plug n play. You might want to check line6 websight for drivers for your O.S.

07.09.2010
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Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:02 pm | jump to post

Doesn't look any faster than Pebber to me.



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