a little journey

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by PacoCasanovas, May 19, 2008.

  1. PacoCasanovas

    PacoCasanovas Member

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    http://www.pacocasanovas.ch/diekleinereise.mp3

    or how to play over an almost one-chord-progression :mob

    and btw....it's done with a cheap 200$ strat copy from Tanglewood, actually not a bad guitar, i like it! :munch

    it's a demo, and far away from being finished.....but i'm working on the idea

    greeetz
    Paco
     
  2. Birddog

    Birddog Member

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    Nice playing. I like the contrast of your chime-like rhythm guitar and the more classic strat sound of the lead.

    Good stuff.
     
  3. Lucidology

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    Paco ... this is simply superb guitar playing ...
    Phrasing, feel, touch, tone, musicality .... With an impeccable sense of time on top of it
    Plus blew me away how it was so just sweet and tasteful, yet still retained a certain hip quality .....

    Also have to menton that this rates as one of my most favorite tones ever ..
    And to think it's from a cheap Strat copy ...!!

    Which leads me to ask the inevitable question;
    what were you using in order to achieve such a beautiful, softly overdriven sound ...?
     
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    Very nice! This sounds like something I would go on a Sunday afternoon drive to. Nice tone too. Look foward to hearing the completed tune.
     
  5. ToneZappa

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    Hi Paco that was very nice....... such a fine touch you have and the sound, that tanglewood strat thing sounds great whats it going through!? :AOK
     
  6. Guitar Slinger6

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    Nice touch and feel. Great playing! I liked it a lot.
     
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    just terrific, great great playing! You tone was just killer - IMO the biggest % is in the fingers, you a great player and I sure enjoyed listening!

    dale
     
  8. PacoCasanovas

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    ooh...you gonna hate me for my answer....it's a Line6 PODxt ;)
    ....with a little reverb from my old rusty Lexicon PCM70


    @ all: Many many thanks for your kind words!
     
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    Such a musical cat Paco! Always the right notes and great time. Sweet articulation too. A little JB nod in there too. Loved the jazzy bits around 1:45 on.
     
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    Paco thats one of the best normal guitar sounds Iv,e heard from the POD (plus a rusty Lexicon always helps)......good programming. :AOK
     
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    Very nice. Keep working on that idea..it's a good one! Very cool ambience to that piece, and nice playing. I am with scottl on the nice set of jazzy licks you throw in at 1:45. They serve as a nice (subtle) contrast to the more straight ahead playing in the rest of the piece. Well done.

    Steve
     
  12. Woodyworld

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    Paco,

    Superb my man. Beautiful and executed to perfection.
     
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    Superb playing. It reminded me of a cross between santana, schon and knopfler.
     
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    great playing!and very listenable. don't underestimate the cheap strats!
     
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    Great as usual, I love your dynamic touch on this one.

    :AOK:AOK
     
  16. Tubes and Strings

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    VERY nice. The stretch at 41 sounded like Gilmour. Definitely agree on the "I hear some Knopfler in there as well". All done with a pick or some finger / thumbing going on there as well?
     
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    Very very nice.......I'd buy a cd full of that!!
     
  18. BurstManiac

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    Exactly and well described! Thanks for sharing, Paco!!
     
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    Very very nice.The POD sounds great and your playing is superb.
     
  20. PacoCasanovas

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    :drink wow....so many answers! Many thanks for all your comments!:BEER
     

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