A new backing track - changes

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by L5player, Dec 18, 2005.

  1. 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
     
  2. 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
     
  3. Rid

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    Sounds great L5player.
    Thanks.
     
  4. HarryJ

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    Fooonky in a Steely Dan sorta way
    Nice job, as usual

    HJ
     
  5. scottl

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

    (Of course Harry is gonna post and blow us all away)
     
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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)
     
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    Great job Dave! I liked the tone and effects you were using for this, a nice match.

    Thanks all for the positive comments on the BT. I'm looking forward to hearing all the interpretations. :)

    Jim
     
  9. L5player

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    Both you and Harry will kill on this track! Can't wait to hear what you heavy hitters are going to do. :)

    Jim
     
  10. L5player

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    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
     
  11. L5player

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    I just took some time to name the chords to this BT. Here is the chart for anyone trying to disect what is going on. :)

    Chord Progression.pdf

    Jim
     
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    Hi Jim -
    Very nice Steely Dan feel. Loved it! Thanks for posting it!

    Greg
     
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    Beautiful clean tones coming from that guitar! Nice job on the solo! :)

    Jim
     
  15. scottl

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

    Gary, sweet cleans and nice major pentatonic ideas.
     
  16. fig

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    Sounded good, Scott. I like the tone you're getting with the Wizard.

    Here's mine. I added some instruments. . . :D
    I originally did this as a clean tone check . . mistakes and all.


    www.gwillmusic.com/media/changes.mp3

    Greg
     
  17. glasman

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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......
     
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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
     
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    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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