Again just in time!!! I'm always on the edge. Now I'm ready to go to the rehearsal with my band. So... here's the new song, surfing style. When I first bought my first guitar 8 years ago I wanted to learn how to play surfin' music, Dick Dale was my favourite guitarist then. I never did though, but I wanted to try now, and so I did.
Thoughts: I've learnt a lot about soloing along a pentatonic scale, putting some 'blue' notes and create phrases, it's easier now to know when a phrase is made on purpose or it's just random notes and I really appreciate people with the knowledge of doing it properly. It's the first time in my life that I said to myself: "I need a capo fret if I want to record this song". I could play it without it but it makes it easier to play, it's like cheating but, hey, what the hell, the important is the music rather than how good I am playing an instrument, welcome technology! And I realize how tiring is to play a lot with the little finger on the bass. Reverbs and vibrators are a must been in surfin' music, I had to add one to the drumkit and all the guitars, I didn't do with the bass, it sounded good enough for me and I didn't have time to improve it. In one point of the song I arpegiate the rhythmic guitar to try to find something different, it's not proper surfin' but I like it. The ending is great, it came from a mistake but I love it.