#2
Wow man that was pretty cool, im not a chris Isaak fan but that was really something, the playing blended together very nicely and everyone was in time, it sounded really good. hope to see more from you soon.
#3
Are you the one with the Ibanez?

Very nice song. I've never heard the original, but this cover kicks ass! I thought that the playing was soulful, and singing was great!
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#4
The lady reminds me of the aunt from Roseanne, haha. From her looks to her voice. ;P

Good cover though man.
#5
Quote by guitar99099
Are you the one with the Ibanez?


Yep. Not the most conventional guitar for this piece, but it worked well.
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#7
I haven't heard the original before either and I really liked it, especially the mixing of the different stringed parts.

I was just curious, what was the 12 stringed instrument? Was is it a type of guitar because it didn't look like he was plucking the strings.
#8
Quote by PurpleBin
I was just curious, what was the 12 stringed instrument? Was is it a type of guitar because it didn't look like he was plucking the strings.


Thanks for your input!

The instrument is actually a Chapman Stick, which is kind of like having a guitar and bass combined into one. You play it by tapping the strings, as opposed to plucking them like a regular guitar or bass.

Just in case anyone else is interested, here is the official website: http://www.stick.com/
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#11
i listened to this cover yesterday and it's been stuck in my head ever since. it's very good.
#12
Sorry I didnt get to this sonner I forgot >.>

That was a great cover.
And that stick is awesome
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