A new backing track - changes

L5player

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I thought I'd better do a backing in order to dust off the cobbwebs! I haven't done one for quite awhile.

This one will be kind of a challenge to solo over because of my twisty changes...

changes.mp3

Have fun!

Jim
 

journo

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Hi Jim,

Thanks for the BT.

Will be interesting if I can play anything worthwhile with it.

Cheers,

Mats N
 

scottl

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Oh yeah! I want in.... Nice stuff Jim!

(Of course Harry is gonna post and blow us all away)
 

Normster

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Sweet backing, Jim! I don't know if I have enough chops to keep it interesting, but I'll certainly give it a try. (I may not post the effort, though. lol)
 

L5player

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scottl said:
Oh yeah! I want in.... Nice stuff Jim!

(Of course Harry is gonna post and blow us all away)
Both you and Harry will kill on this track! Can't wait to hear what you heavy hitters are going to do. :)

Jim
 

L5player

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L5player said:
This one will be kind of a challenge to solo over because of my twisty changes...

changes.mp3

Have fun!

Jim
Here is the tab and notation for the chords I used:

tab

I'll leave the naming of the chords for folks better at such things. ;)

Jim
 

scottl

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Dave, loved that funky autowah.... Nice phrasing all through...

Gary, sweet cleans and nice major pentatonic ideas.
 
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Jim, I liked that clip sooooo much I had to give it another try.

I pulled my Washburn J-6S off the wall and dusted it off for this take. The strings are flatwounds and at least 4 years old (and sound it!!).

Amp was my SOD-50.

http://glaswerks.com/media/Washchanges.mp3


Gary

Jim and Scott thanks for the comments......
 

rpavich

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Jim,
I wish I could produce something that good! Darn!

I'm going to give it a go and see how I can do this week..I'm off from work for a whole week!

bob
 

L5player

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scottl said:
Here is a new better take. Both tone and playing. At least I am in the right key this time...

http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/JimLoopRedoStack.MP3

Here is another snippet afyer I adjusted the trimmers a tad more and changed 1 cap in the amp. I think this one may be a bit tonally better....no?

http://www.scottlernermusic.com/glas/JimLoopRedoStackTest1.MP3
A couple of pretty cool takes Scott! I like the tone on the second one a bit better but there are cool ideas in both! :) I'm finding it hard to transition over the Gb changes in the last two bars of the A section. So I'm still working on how I'm going to interpret this... LOL But you gave me all sorts of ideas to think about.

Jim
 




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