A mix of Holdsworth/be-bop and blues

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  1. The bear

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    Trying something a little different than what I usually do on this take.
    Using my Collings 360st through an Eventide Modfactor for a synth-like sound.
     
  2. teleman1

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    Bad ass guitar! Bad ass player! Bad ass tone! What I like about Holdsworth is the style you were executing. And what else I really like about Allan is his cording simple, smooth , and dark.
     
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    How appropo is that Collings for you to play that style? Is that your go to guitar?
     
  4. boblazz

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    damn dude, thats some killer playing!
     
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    **sells gear! applies at McDonalds....

    Brilliant!
     
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    Hi Jostein,

    That was the most awsome jazz shred I've heard to date.
    And I love the tone as well!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Very nice, thanks!
     
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    kirk95 Jazz Lines You Can Use in the Blues Silver Supporting Member

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    That mix works great! It's really inspiring to hear such an amount of fresh ideas for improvising on this tune.
     
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    What a cool tone! Amp? Mod Factor settings? Great playing, too!
     
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    Great stuff man.
     
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    That was rippin! I like your note sequences very cool.
     
  16. Kenny Blue

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    Outstanding as always !
     
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    That was very cool !!
    Totally enjoyed that !! :aok
     
  19. famous beagle

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    Killer chops and cool tone. Awesome job!
     
  20. The bear

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    Thanks a lot! I agree, I have been listening to him for years.
     

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