Now, the RBN releases some strange stuff from time to time, and this one is defintly one of those strange things. It can best be described as an aucostic guitar battle with pieces of salsa, flamenco, rock, funk and god know what else put in to it. But is it fun?
You bet your *thing you are not allowed to say in your lyrics for RBN songs to many times* it is!
So the song starts off with a cool riff, but you won't play it for guitar. Don't worry, the chart doesn't suck, it's just that the bass plays all the rythm guitar stuff and the guitar gets to play all the cool lead guitar. A fair deal, don't you think?
As the song starts you get some alt-strums, that goes over to another, pretty sexy, riff. As the song progresses you get more and more sexy riffs, until you reach the first solo, that is like the last few secounds of the solo in YYZ by Rush, just that it goes on for a few more secounds and have some fast strumming at the end.
Now, after a very short break with that rythm guitar riff again, you will play a funky/disco riff that goes over to the secound solo, and it is here you realise your money is well spent. Tripplets, melodies and faststrums spice up the mix, and I recomnend saving some OD for the tripplets that change patterns all the time.
After the solo you get to play a different funky riffs before you go back to some of the earlier stuff before the song ends. But it is over? O hell now! You still have the bass part, that actually is a guitar part! So you get 2 awesome guitar tracks in one song! What more could you ask for!? Well, drums and vocals... but screw that!
If you play guitar or bass, or have friends that do and you wanna give them something fun, this is a perfect choice! It takes alot of practice to FC but still is easy enough to be passable to the ones who struggles with Satch Boogie. Defintly worth your 2 bucks!
Pros: Alot of variation, Cool solo's, awesome to listen to
Cons: I wish it was longer so I could play it all night long without a break.