ahhhhh!!! yeah, I was wondering how to "reply" good eye (or ear in our profession
I think I mentioned the keyboard player has perfect pitch, and said the carvin was a killer tone, but it also works against him, because he was never used to hearing an E note (even in standard 440 pitch) played with a 60 gauge string (E on 5th fret using the B string) instead of it being open using a .42!!! LOL The song "Escape" is actually in B, and starts with a pedal type opening, so I decided to "chunk it up" and everytime I would pedal using the 7th, his neck would break looking around to figure out where this monstroicity came from LOL It really was an abnoxious tone, espically to him!!1
I love it! wouldn't have it any other way! k, Im done.. what do you have laying around I can peep out? any demos online, or email me some 7 string goodness?
PS... what is the actual definition of "Perfect Pitch?"
A: it's throwing a banjo in the toliet, and not hitting the rim!!!