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by Fuf
Playing a Great Bass Recorder in C. UvU
Metal special for the magnificent
MrInitialMan
MrInitialMan

Art by me

BE BADASS, GET ONE METAL AF COMMISSION TOO!  >:Y
Thank you UvU <3

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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 7 months ago
Rating: General

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MrInitialMan
7 months ago
This is so awesome!  Thank you!  May I post it to my personal site and gallery accounts as well?

Also, true story:  I have played my recorders in a heavy metal jam.
MviluUatusun
7 months ago
Interesting instrument he's playing.  It looks like an oboe without the bottom curve and bell.
MrInitialMan
7 months ago
That is actually a Great Bass Recorder in C.  This was the actual reference photo that I sent Fuf.  And that's me--a person of the completely average height of 5'10"--holding it.
MviluUatusun
7 months ago
Thanks.  I'd never heard of it before.  According to what you said, it must be, what, 4'6" long from the upper bend to the bell?  I KNEW I should have gone to the link before my comment.  After looking at the photo, I'm more inclined to say it's a full 5+ feet in length.
MrInitialMan
7 months ago
The instrument is around 4 feet long, and the bend adds another few inches.  It comes up to my chest when resting on the ground.  And if you really want your mind blown... Behold.
Floofy
7 months ago
That Contrabass Recorder in Bb...
MrInitialMan
7 months ago
Exactly.  :)
MviluUatusun
7 months ago
Wow!  Those two ladies on the far right of the conductor had to stand on boxes to hold their instruments.  Those are some BIG instruments.  That said, it does make some beautiful music.  It's hard to describe what it sounds like other than beautiful.
MrInitialMan
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Now, take those sounds (or at least the sound of the basses and great basses), and imagine them in a doom metal setting.  It is creepy.  It is haunting.  It is awesome.  I have done it.
MviluUatusun
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Well, I've never heard of Doom Metal but, if it's more metal than Heavy Metal, I don't think I'd enjoy it.  (The heaviest music I like is classical.)  However, I could imagine that kind of music as background music in a classic "horror" movie, i.e. Dracula (Bela Lugosi), Frankenstein (Glenn Strange), Werewolf (Lon Chaney, Jr.), or any silent horror movie (pre-1930).
MrInitialMan
6 months, 2 weeks ago
Fun fact:  The flute part in Led Zepplin's Stairway To Heaven was done on recorders.
MviluUatusun
6 months, 2 weeks ago
Well, I remember "Stairway to Heaven".  I actually liked that song.  That's definitely a cool bit of trivia about the "flute" solos because I actually did believe that was flutes in the song.
GreenReaper
2 months, 2 weeks ago
And I've played that on recorder! No wonder it was a good match. 😼
SurferOtter
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey, I know him.
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