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    The preamp board wired up. This is the original preamp board. The circuit was adding a simple reverb circuit that totally ruined the sound of the amp so later we bypassed and removed this part of the circuit. The third socket from the left and its associated circuitry were removed.

    The preamp board wired up. This is the original preamp board. The circuit was adding a simple reverb circuit that totally ruined the sound of the amp so later we bypassed and removed this part of the circuit. The third socket from the left and its associated circuitry were removed.

Sometimes

I wrote the music for this on an old upright piano when I was 14 and often used it asd a warm-up stretching excersize… until this past January when a broken left wrist (fretting hand) prompted me to find other musical outlets besides my beloved guitar. I was playing around with a VST synth I designed and programmed on my own and quickly entered the chords riffs and beats for this practice tune and when I heard it played through my synth I knew it needed words immediately. So I sat down and wrote them out and recorded a basic vocal track over it, produced it, and this is what came out. My friend Tally suggested that it needed a beat change in the middle and I agreed so I changed it and everything else just sort of fell in place. The photos are my own photos taken during a few different storms in the mountains south of Tucson Arizona. Recorded January 2011

2 Responses

  1. It’s great but i have to admit it keeps me waiting for a badass club beat to pop out hahaha good job!

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