Bad Shhhh...ugar

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  1. johnfindlay

    johnfindlay Member

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    Bad Sh...ugar

    Just poppin' in for a hi!
    Buzy as a one legged man in an asskikin race these daze!

    JF
     
  2. fig

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    Hi John -

    Great stuff, as usual. :AOK

    Greg
     
  3. Galo

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    Nice.......
     
  4. Sub-D

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    Very Nice per usual Mr. Findlay...stratocaster jazz?
    great solo, but the funky guit underneath was killing me......
    busy as in busy is good I hope..........

    Danny Rose: I don't see you folding balloons in joints, you're gonna be folding balloons in... colleges and universities!
     
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    Hey guys-Strat on rthm-tele on lead-direct!-i still have no clean amp!!!!$$$

    Im gonna try to ketchup here!

    cheers.
     
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  8. Sub-D

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    Me either, It is high on the list though...or maybe a distressor, or maybe
    a jazz box, or maybe hardy pre, or maybe groceries..........
     
  9. johnfindlay

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    mmm..distressor...mmm....hardy pre----me no go there!-im still using ART stuff for mics:(


    Whats a jazz box? -do you get inside and then all of a sudden you're
    "Benson-ized"?

    that'd save on a lotta practise time:)
     
  10. Sub-D

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    yes that is it almost exactly, not to be confused with the non-diatonic
    rhombus...I have one for sale and for you i would let it go for say $200 U.S. Paypal and you pay shipping, comes w/it's own case...picture below.....
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  11. Rid

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    Haha;)^
    Man that was a wicked track, very very nice toplayer as well, sweet tone and playing.
     
  12. johnfindlay

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    LOL:::non-diatonic rhombus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! can i get that too?!:crazy
     
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    Always great to hear you John!

    HJ
     
  14. adamquek

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    Oh damn that was sweet :D I particularly liked the Wes-style intro, I always have problems nailing those octaves without bum notes :(
     
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    You da man!! I LOVED that!
     
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    Smooth as creama and twice as sweet! :AOK
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  17. johnfindlay

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    g'mornin gents!

    i know whatcha mean-i find it takes alot of concentration to play octs. clean-



    -does anyone have a neck & tuning pegs to go with Sub-D's "jazz box"?

    after deep consideration-I thought my jazz playin' would improve
    especially having a neck to go with the box-[the tuners dont matter much!]:)
     
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    Sweet as a new stick of Juicy Fruit gum. :AOK

    Great job.

    -MIke
     
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    Would be nice to see/hear you with that big band: too good, too good.
     
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    Such nice playing John!!
     

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