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Your ideal band.

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neomass1  
22 Jul 2011 04:12 | Quote
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You ideal band.

What would be you ideal band for the music you would love to play? For example my ideal band would be

Dual (one guy, one girl) singers with a great range in both vocal range, tones, and styles

One lead guitar, who can solo like it was his own voice coming out of the guitar

One rhythm guitar, someone who could really carry music.

One full/effects guitar (odd I know, but its what I did for a year for a band), this person would do the feedback, fills, crazy guitar effects and so on

Two drummers, one with an acoustic set, the other with electronic. I've had this before and it is so much fun when it works out!

Bassist! above all need to know how much control he has over the music! the right note can mean everything when you an advanced bass player. plus he needs to be smooooooth.

Then me on keys! Programing and other instruments. I would maybe do the effects guitar part also depending how much I have to do for that song. I can play both at the same time ok, I'm getting better but man do I need to learn them hammer on's and pull off's
Domigan_Lefty  
22 Jul 2011 07:59 | Quote
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I prefer a smaller group.
Either:
Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums
or
Vocals/Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys or Sax.

In an ideal world I would let a Rhythm Guitarist, Sax, and extra percussion in, but so far it hasn't worked for me. 4 seems to be the Max number of members so far.
gshredder2112  
22 Jul 2011 08:21 | Quote
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My ideal group would have any number of every
type of instrumentalists,As long as they were creative,they
had no egos and above all were creative,cause im not very
creative ><

\M/(*-+)
gs2112
thatguitarguy  
22 Jul 2011 10:37 | Quote
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for me it would be...

two guitarists (me and some one else) that can play both rhythm and lead and fill in the holes in the others playing.

a bass player who can stay with the band and wont be all sensitive because he is the bass player

a lead singer and two back up singers (one female one male) to get a really epic sounding vocal section

one keyboard player for ambient parts and stuff.

and a drummer, because a band is nothing without a drummer.
DarkRiff  
22 Jul 2011 11:58 | Quote
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POWER TRIO!

or

Guitarist, Singer/Guitarist, Drums, Bass, Keyboards.
btimm  
22 Jul 2011 11:59 | Quote
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My preferred band is any band that creates quality music that I enjoy.
Ozzfan486  
22 Jul 2011 12:11 | Quote
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+1
RA  
22 Jul 2011 12:44 | Quote
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I hate the modern day notion of a band it is quite silly and really dumb in the the long run.

each song, your interpretation of it, and skills/playing style dictates how it is to be orchestrated. coming into a peace with preset ideas of what it is, is just down right dangerous.

this is coming form someone who hates jam bands so that maybe a sign, but any who.
case211  
22 Jul 2011 13:12 | Quote
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me-lead/rhythm guitars
singer-lead/rhythm guitars
drummer
bassist

Pretty basic, but we'd be doing thrash so it'd sort of be like what Megadeth and Metallica were doing, except the singer would be doing much easier and much simpler solos than Dave. More like Hetfield where it's only once in a while--not every song.
telecrater  
22 Jul 2011 19:14 | Quote
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Singer/rhythm guitar
Lead guitar
bass player
Keyboard player
Memphis Horn Section

Check out Lucero 1372 Overland road
BB king live at the apolo
maybe some Brian Setzer Orchestra
Lucero Rebels, Rouges and born brothers (no horns but still rocks)


V3N0M3333  
22 Jul 2011 22:11 | Quote
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2 lead guitarist
1 rhythm guitarist
2 singers
one screamer
one drummer
1 bass
1 keyboard
1 or 2 violinists
1 cello

tinyskateboard  
22 Jul 2011 23:58 | Quote
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Guitar with octave pedal played through a switcher that can choose one, two or all three amps; a Fender Champ, a Mesa Boogie or something powerful and a bass amp with a miked wood box on the floor for extra percussion.
Tenor Sax with a pad control sampler device at his side.
Drums (preferably Elvin Jones)
Ozzfan486  
23 Jul 2011 00:52 | Quote
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^^^ I have all that, AND CANDY...inside my van. ;)

Step inside...

Ozz
gshredder2112  
23 Jul 2011 12:29 | Quote
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V3N0M3333 says:
One screamer

What kind? A punk one? A metal one?
A Screamo one? Just curious.

\M/(*-+)
gs2112
Ozzfan486  
23 Jul 2011 17:05 | Quote
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If his dedicated role in the band is screaming it's probably a sh;tty one.
V3N0M3333  
23 Jul 2011 17:55 | Quote
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@ozz haha....i think.....

@gs i like all 3 of them......maybe someone who can do them all


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