Posted by SlipKid on January 07, 2003 at 09:45:14:
In Reply to: When the Levy Breaks??? posted by Fugz on January 05, 2003 at 19:58:15:
Unless you can afford to spring for an effects pedal, I would suggest to work on one or two tonal effects to throw in so that it differs from the original. Put your own signature on it so to speak. That's a great song and the harp on there is is so well delivered it's almost haunting. Try some double tonging or soft warbling for background texture, and contrast it with some long drawn out draw notes and hand wah's. Whatever you decide to do, make it deliberate. Don't try to dress it up with too many notes. The beauty of the harp in that tune is it's simplicity. Remember, less is more.
: I know the Led Zepplin song When the Levee Breaks is played with a Bb harp. I can play some of it by ear, but does anyone have any input or suggestions? My band wants to cover it, and I want my end to sound good. Thanks
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