Übersetzung für 'twangy' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   twangy | more twangy | most twangy
twangy {adj} [sound]scharf [Ton, Geräusch]
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Übersetzung für 'twangy' von Englisch nach Deutsch

twangy {adj} [sound]
scharf [Ton, Geräusch]
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Arpeggiated twangy guitar riffs, pounding bass lines and rock drumming are major features of the group's sound.
  • In his review of the song, Bill Janovitz called it "a twangy, three-chord honky tonk, but not typically country", and said, "The progression of the chords brings gospel music to mind".
  • "Raunchy" is one of the first rock songs to use the "twangy" lead guitar effect, which was later developed by others and became common for several years following its first appearance.
  • The band's music has been described as "a twangy mashup of country, folk, and punk sounds featuring acoustic guitar and upright bass".
  • to the general torpidity and twangy tropes of this Southern family drama is the discomfort of watching a natural actor force it".

  • The song begins in a rather light-hearted, jaunty fashion, a slight pastiche of country music, with honky tonk style piano and twangy guitar. Ferry's singing is nonchalant and jocular.
  • Nods to Heavenly are present, especially in terms of the twangy guitar and multi-layered vocals.
  • The music’s sound is guitar-driven with a twangy, chiming feel.
  • Duane Eddy established the "twangy guitar" sound with a Bigsby vibrato on his Gretsch guitar.
  • Some of these instruments have a distinctive "twangy" sound and were taken up by country music and early rock and roll artists such as Duane Eddy and Eddie Cochran.

  • They called the track a "rhythmic dazzler" that "features Moskaluke’s signature soaring vocals layered with delicate harmonies, twangy banjo and an impossibly hooky chorus, resulting in a track dripping in modernity while honouring traditional country roots".
  • " and has "plenty of twangy guitar in the rhythm backing".
  • Underwood has described Storyteller as being more laid-back and more twangy as opposed to her last studio album, "Blown Away" (2012).
  • It was Eddy's third single as a solo artist, following the 1957 release of the single "Ramrod"/"Caravan" on the Ford record label (a release that was credited to "Duane Eddy and His Rock-A-Billies", although Al Casey (who wrote "Ramrod") actually played lead guitar on both tracks) and which was followed in 1958 by the release of the "Moovin' n' Groovin'"/"Up And Down" single on Jamie (Jamie 1101), which was also released as "Duane Eddy and his 'twangy' guitar".
  • Author Oliver Trager noted the "rustic" feel resulting from the "twangy, loose musicianship" and that song produces visceral effects in allowing the listener to feel the window frost and smell the burning wood described in the song.

  • He produced a "twangy, ringing" sound on his electric guitar, which was "irresistible on fast numbers and stung hard on the downbeat stuff".
  • It has been described as 'twangy' whilst also being labelled 'euphonic' and has been voted as sexiest accent in England.
  • This was perhaps the most varied and adventurous of the libraries; it contained polkas, mariachi music, twangy guitar, Hawaiian songs, and occasionally synthesizer.
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