1967 ES335 sweet shuffle blues solo & comping no jam

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  1. Tomo

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    Very cool Tomo! I still wish I had my 67 335 to go with the 67 ProReverb!
     
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    I dare anyone else to put up a blues soloing clip with no backing like that :)

    You are the man Tomo - simply awesome. I got to go practice wtih AYGP..... :(
     
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    You like that Fuchs, eh, Tomo...?

    Sounds sweet! (Of course, that could all be your playing...) :dude
     
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    Thanks for your attention!


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    Thank you so much for kind words.

    I tried those JA's minus one records. Tunes are too fast or too slow for me and
    something missing. Connection between me and rhythm section. The record
    plays same and too long. That's why I stated to prepare the changes with Rt37
    forms then I just practice with my metronome and my imaginary rhythm section
    in my head. This way was very cheep and it was very effective for me. Those result
    was what you heard. Very important to play a song not too long for good focus
    and specific direction of solo...It's fun and actually easy way to play tunes.
    Thanks for using my AYGP dvd.

    Bb blues swing groove with Rt 3 7 forms
    music and tab for Rt 3rd 7th form

    Thanks,

    Tomo
     
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    have you ever had a bad word posted about you Tomo... not that ive read cos ure so bloody good mate... sheer taste, im mega noobular (of 5 years have been playing) and you are like, smooth king (in this track), hope you make a tonne of cash or get whatever you want in life (cash is often a bad thing) but u are like... smooth like a slippery dip, and cool like a cucumber
    keep up the awesomness
    Andrew
     
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    oh yeah, would you be willing to do a blues or jazz take on an australian classic, "waltzing matilda" i dont expect u to because it would be unfair on everyone else, but theres this jazz piano version that i just cant get out of my head by James Morrison, and i rekon ure take on it would be INSANE. thanks buddy
    Andrew
     
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    Great stuff. Loved the transition lick at about 14-16 seconds.
     
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    Hi James,

    I wish too.

    Fortunately I own 67' ES335 & 67' Pro Reverb. That's great combination.
    Just plug in and sound really good.

    Thank you for listening. Sorry for my late reply.

    Tomo
     
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    Someday soon I'll have another 335! Does yours have the nylon saddles?

    BTY I had a chance to come to Boston for the 4th of July. A friend invited me to stay with her family, but I had to work. Next year I'll be there!!
     
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    Hi Dave,

    Thank you so much for listening.

    Yes, I love my Fuchs 50. Got great clean , steady tone.
    Plus, my Bob Burt cabinets. This makes better tone too.

    I like any good gears.

    Thanks,


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    Hi Andrew,

    Thank you for checking out. I would like to hear the song.
    I can't promise to play it though.... I am always open to discover
    great tunes. Thank you so much!

    Jazz blues?


    Tomo
     
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    Hi Andrew,

    Thank you so much for your wild words. I have been playing for 27 years.
    It doesn't matter how much or how long.... I think how much you really enjoy
    your guitar playing or just life ... That's more important for me.

    I love playing my guitar and music. I am very fortunate that I live with music.
    Feel very comfortable. I like steady life style.

    Thank you so much!


    Tomo
     
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    Thank you so much! I loved the song. I have to record onto my cassettle
    tape and I will learn it. You should do it too. Anything if you curious or
    interested .... you should just jump to it. The song is very inspiring. Now I can hear that changes and melody in my head. That's great about folk song.

    Thank you for this.


    Tomo
     

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