I just stumbled across this video where they have changed Beatles Hey Jude from major key to a minor key… While the original is perfectly fine as it is I found it interesting hearing the difference – allmost like it’s a new tune!
So, I created a playlist on Youtube that I named “classic rock”. I’m kinda loose when it comes to the definition of that term but still… thought maybe some others might like this. So far I have 559 tracks on the playlist and I expect it to grow as time passes!
I would really have prefered to go all official music videos for the list but unfortunately that isn’t possible. I have been using this principle in general:
1 Official music video
2 Fan made music video
3 Live performance (if the sound is good enough)
4 Still picture(s) or Lyrics videos
Hope you’ll like it and let me know if you have any suggestions for new tracks that should added!
Worth a listen if you haven’t seen it before. Kinda long but skip around to the good bits if you’re stressed… 🙂
Another great video from ToneJunkie, here you’ll get the story of the Marshall Blues Breaker and a good selection of pedals that tries to recreate that legendary sound. Well worth a watch!
Covers can be fun when they are performed in a completely different way than the original and still in a way that is enjoyable… So, that’s the case (according to me) with this cover of Faries Wear Boots by Brown Sabbath, originally by Black Sabbath – of course!
Just thought I’d share this in case you missed it, That Pedal Show tries out a number of pedals that has that Marshall Plexi sound. Quite long but if you’re into guitars like me… it’s worth 45 min’s of your life! 😉
Got this tip from my friend Klas H and I must say I liked this KISS doc very much – it has a personal touch from a fan perspective that I like and you get rid off the usual “official bull”… if you know what I mean. Clearly worth an hour to watch.
Mastodon is another one of those bands I’ve been aware of (for many years!) but just recently started listening to – and they are a great band if you like the heavier side of music. Anyways, here’s a little video of them in the studio that I stumbled across on Youtube:
A good and very thorough video where you’ll get an indept analyze of Peter Framptons lead style. Well, it’s worth watching and I’m sure most guitarists can learn something here…