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    Oh shit, are you gonna go all "triggered" on us now..?
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    Dave playing a Zero Demo on the radio. Awesome!

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    I am amazed how some of you hear what this dude says and think there is so much stuff that we haven't heard.

    From what I heard this guy say, There is maybe 5 tracks we haven't heard. Maybe 3 or 4 alternate takes of released songs worth hearing. The rest sounds like practice takes.

    Also, he seems to have all the demos from that are on the VH zero boot. Which we have already heard.

    That 4 CD set that was passed around sounds like something worth hearing, but he is not in possession of it.

    The real stuff worth hearing is being held by Mikey and Dave.

    It is sad that EVH seems like he did nothing for the last 25 years(except ADKOT).

    So, unless I am wrong, there is not much in that Sunset Sound stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsbane View Post
    I am amazed how some of you hear what this dude says and think there is so much stuff that we haven't heard.

    From what I heard this guy say, There is maybe 5 tracks we haven't heard. Maybe 3 or 4 alternate takes of released songs worth hearing. The rest sounds like practice takes.

    Also, he seems to have all the demos from that are on the VH zero boot. Which we have already heard.

    That 4 CD set that was passed around sounds like something worth hearing, but he is not in possession of it.

    The real stuff worth hearing is being held by Mikey and Dave.

    It is sad that EVH seems like he did nothing for the last 25 years(except ADKOT).

    So, unless I am wrong, there is not much in that Sunset Sound stuff.
    Only a very small percentage of the VH/DLR fan base have invested much time, if any, on bootleg collecting/trading/buying/etc. I myself haven't wasted much time with it because the audio quality of this stuff from the 70's-80's is just crap.

    To be completely honest... I'd buy quality recordings derived direct from the master tapes and enjoy the alternate takes and unreleased material. Being a Hendrix fanatic for far longer than VH I've been spoiled with great quality releases of alternate takes and unreleased material.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZahZoo View Post
    Only a very small percentage of the VH/DLR fan base have invested much time, if any, on bootleg collecting/trading/buying/etc. I myself haven't wasted much time with it because the audio quality of this stuff from the 70's-80's is just crap.

    To be completely honest... I'd buy quality recordings derived direct from the master tapes and enjoy the alternate takes and unreleased material. Being a Hendrix fanatic for far longer than VH I've been spoiled with great quality releases of alternate takes and unreleased material.
    However, Hendrix died at 27, when his fanbase was his age or younger. They could afford to wait decades to release that stuff. The majority of VH fan, including Twonabomber, can't wait a decade or for sure decades. For WB, Wolfgang or anyone else to wait 30 years to put out that material, would be criminal.

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    Just re-listened to this today. Struck by the fact that Edward recorded a version of HOT FOR TEACHER where he played the bass...and doubled the tapping intro.
    Dave obviously took that idea with him when he did the EEAS record....had Vai & Sheehan do that little trick on SHY BOY. Just guessing that didn't sit well with our man EVH.
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    Oof I just picked up a bass fully expecting to be able to play it but my left hand isn't big or strong enough.

    Another interesting take on that song is the crazy picking version by Jason Becker that was on his demo tape that got him the gig.



    I always wondered if he would have been allowed to do this live if he had been well enough to tour, I suspect not.
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    A shame what happened to Becker because I think he and Dave could've made more music together which would've extended Dave's solo success.
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