Joe Satriani - Always with me always with you cover

Discussion in 'IGT Soundtrack - Your Band, Your Gig, Your Music' started by mymusicmyguitar, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. mymusicmyguitar

    mymusicmyguitar New Member

    Uploaded a new cover today. Do take a look

    Always With Me Always With You - YouTube

    I didnt have time for another take for this video so uploaded this one with mistakes...tapping was a challenge..And i am off in the beginning of it. If i make another video i will try to be perfect in this.
    Also tone needs to be improved a lot. This ones sounding a lot compressed. While recording in the room it sounded OK..But after recording i think the high pitch it slightly clipped...

    Less than half of the song was taught to me by my sir around 4 years back..later half and tapping is all done by listening so might not be perfect!!!!
     
  2. ss192

    ss192 New Member

    So.. How did that difficulty level thing went(vs Glasgow kiss)? Nice cover, but as you mentioned , need real improvement on tapping and end parts was bit weak.
     
  3. mymusicmyguitar

    mymusicmyguitar New Member


    Yeah u are right. I need to definitely do another video for the same. I went wit the feel of the song for the off beats. Glasgow was tougher than this one. Coz this one starts and gets over soon. Haha. Really a very small song But high on feel.
    Next attempt I'll try to get a better tone and better hold on the song parts. Already started Practicin this one more :)
     
  4. ss192

    ss192 New Member

    About that tone, what was your gear setup? (Axe and recording gear) And one suggestion, try and play that arpeggiated pattern at the start of the song.
     
  5. tirtha2chester

    tirtha2chester New Member

    The tone was sick...
    Otherwise you did slick well with the staccatos and slides... Improve on the tapping though... Nothing was wrong with the technique there, just tapping the wrong frets at the wrong time...

    Try this patch... Works pretty well with my unit for many Satch tracks!
    .: Guitar effect patches for Boss ME-70 :.
     
  6. mymusicmyguitar

    mymusicmyguitar New Member

    Recorded this one with my Ibanez sabre + Phone camera

    As far as tone is concerned its Distortion pedal on proc + Clean preamp on Boss ME70 + laney Cub 10
     
  7. mymusicmyguitar

    mymusicmyguitar New Member

    Great...Thanks for the patch..Will try it tonight!!!
     
  8. jimihndrx

    jimihndrx Guitar Hero

    Figured out the Intro for these number(only Satch knows how to make Major scale sounds cool):rock:

    Intro-

    Chords(arpeggiated)

    (B omit5 add4)..(B omit5 add4)..(G#sus4/E)..(F#sus4)..
    ..(B omit5 add4)..(B omit5 add4)..(G#sus4/E)..(F#sus4)..
    ..(B omit5 add4)..(B omit5 add4)..(G#sus4/E)..(F#sus4)..
    ..(F#sus4/G#)..(G#sus4/E)..(F#sus4)..(F#)

    Chords(play exactly these voicings)
    (B omit5 add4-x2x440) (G#sus4/E-0x664x)
    (F#sus4)-2x442x) (F#sus4/G#-4x442x) (F#-2x432x)

    The picking pattern for all the chords is
    -
    B omit5 add4- AGBeBG
    G#sus4/E, F#sus4, F#sus4/G# & F#- EDGBGD

    What is "B omit5 add4" chord and how it is constructed?

    We know that B major scale consists of [B-C#-D#-E-F#-G#-A#] notes.
    ----------------scale formula-----------[I-II-III-IV-V-VI-VII]

    and B major chord's interval positions with respect to the B major scale is [I-III-V]
    that makes B major chord have [B-D#-F#] notes.

    Hence "B omit5 add4" means- Omit the Vth note (i.e F#) and add IVrth note (i.e E) to the B major chord w.r.t to the scale,
    which gives us the above chord have [B-D#-E] notes in it.

    Satch plays this chord on the 7th fret(which is very stretchy!)..I play it on the 2nd fret..makes easier in transition.

    jimihndrx
     

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