I have to agree. It sounds like a completely different instrument compared to the muddy sound I had been getting from the stock pups. Nice and bright ... and dead quiet when it's not playing; there's practically no noise or hum.
Definitely take a look at these if you're building or overhauling a guitar.
Very good sound for a very low price. I'm very happy with mine.
the mod-tracker scene seems to be a good source for free (libree) electronic music.
As for great covers, Nirvana's "Man who sold the world" is so much better then the original..
Thu Apr 23 2009 01:56:01 AM EDT from Zynec <>What is a good online service (free) for discovering new music/artists? Interested mainly in various forms of electronic music.
Today's earworm is "Girl Anachronism".
I can't get this out of my head.
Which is amusing, as I kind of feel like the person singing this song right now. Completely out of control, pulled in every direction, and just shy of insanity (if not actually in that special place).
I can't find it on the google anywhere, I was hoping somebody would have made a video for it on youtube by now (a 20 year old dream of mine) but there seems to be no such thing.
These folks have it together. Really, really well-tuned vocal ensemble, no instruments or sound effects at all. If you watch the above video ... about half way through it starts to get really insane what they're doing with using voices to substitute instruments.
The wardrobe is a little scary though.
That is extremely nice.
Although most of the effects they did, I've heard in vocal ensembles before... but they really are very much together. Those are some very nice arrangements they've put together.
My new favorite. This is the same group as the loop-de-loop people.
Apparently that's neneh cherry in front not doing a lot of singing.
So I bought a Harry Nilsson album... namely, Nilsson Shmilsson.
What an amazing musician.
I like "Gotta Get Up", "I'll Never Leave You", "How Can I Be Sure Of You", "The Moonbeam Song", "Coconut", and probably some of the others that I haven't managed to get to yet.
Quite an interesting blend of styles, and an amazing capacity for accompanying his own vocals across those 3.5 octaves he has to his voice.
cute that is.
now that suit of the guy in the talking heads video from 1984 realy rocks.
he looks as if he just escaped some comic.