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Acoustic Cover: Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana)

By February 20, 2017News
Deer Park Avenue | Nirvana | Smells Like Teen Spirit

Nirvana changed everything for us and we grew up with so much love for this band. When we first started playing music, we would hang out with our friends and listen to bands we loved, pick out the chords and the solos and talk about life. Nirvana has been the soundtrack for a major part of our lives. Happy Birthday, Kurt. You are loved and missed by all of us.This is our true acoustic cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit. We recorded this video in one take. We found a cool little club in the middle of Munich, did a quick setup, camera and a couple room mics, and jammed. That's really what the best memories are made of. The sound experience you're getting is the sound you'd hear if you were sitting on that cold cement floor right in front of us in this empty dance hall.Gearheads, please read on: Sarah is playing her new Alvarez Masterworks A66 acoustic guitar, made of solid mahogany. Stephanie is playing a Dixon Drums Artisan Chris Brady Australian rose gum snare, with the Dixon Cajon Pedal Plus, and a Latin Percussion Americana Series cajon. We recorded the room sound with two Audix Microphones CX212Bs.Video by Martin Stonard – The Film Creative.

Posted by Deer Park Avenue on Monday, February 20, 2017

Nirvana changed everything for us and we grew up with so much love for this band. When we first started playing music, we would hang out with our friends and listen to bands we loved, pick out the chords and the solos and talk about life. Nirvana has been the soundtrack for a major part of our lives. Happy Birthday, Kurt. You are loved and missed by all of us.

This is our true acoustic cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit. We recorded this video in one take. We found a cool little club in the middle of Munich, did a quick setup, camera and a couple room mics, and jammed. That’s really what the best memories are made of. The sound experience you’re getting is the sound you’d hear if you were sitting on that cold cement floor right in front of us in this empty dance hall.

Gearheads, please read on: Sarah is playing her new Alvarez Masterworks A66 acoustic guitar, made of solid mahogany. Stephanie is playing a Dixon Drums Artisan Chris Brady Australian rose gum snare, with the Dixon Cajon Pedal Plus, and a Latin Percussion Americana Series cajon. We recorded the room sound with two Audix Microphones CX212Bs.

Video by Martin Stonard – The Film Creative.

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