#1
Lets take white room for example. during the solo I hear a a rhythm guitar part. WTF is that about? since theres only 1 guitar in the band... and what about the song swalbr or however you spell it. They do the same thing there how a solo part is being played with a rhythm part.
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This is because they recorded two guitar parts and play them both in the song, live they will either hire someone to play rythm or just not do the rythm


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This is because they recorded two guitar parts and play them both in the song, live they will either hire someone to play rythm or just not do the rythm


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I hate when they do that.
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If you listen to the BBC sessions of SWLABR (hey, that's MY name!) Clapton just plays the low part. it doesn't sound as good, but Cream would never enlist another guitarist. That would be contrary to the whole power trio thing they started and it would also be unnecessary since Clapton is god.
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you hate it? why? because it sounds complete and full?

because if you have 3 ppl in ur band then make something intended for 3 people.
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I think you're just bitter because the concept of multitracking hadn't occurred to you as an explanation and you're now frantically trying to cover your ass by making up some lame "multitracking sucks" excuse.

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#10
you mean not record a rhythm backing for the solo, to make it sound weedy?
seriously, multitrack's been around since the '50s
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I think you're just bitter because the concept of multitracking hadn't occurred to you as an explanation and are frantically trying to cover your ass by making up some lame "multitracking sucks" excuse.

nope.
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you mean not record a rhythm backing for the solo, to make it sound weedy?
seriously, multitrack's been around since the '50s

It can sound fine without a rhythm guitar...
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I think you're just bitter because the concept of multitracking hadn't occurred to you as an explanation and are frantically trying to cover your ass by making up some lame "multitracking sucks" excuse.

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because if you have 3 ppl in ur band then make something intended for 3 people.


no, you make whatever sounds good. Do you have a problem with Led Zeppelin? The Song Remains the Same has like three guitars and when they played Ten Years Gone live John Paul Jones played a triple-neck guitar and there was no bass. So the same thing applies to having 4 people in a band
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#15
I used to think like you do, that is, "Only record on a cd (or record) what can be played exactly the same way live" But that really limits you and your creativity. You try to record the sounds in your head and if it takes having four guitar parts then that's how it has to be; there's no reason to have four guitarists. You're an artist (not you, but musicians in general), you create art. You shouldn't limit yourself just because you don't want to multitrack.
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