Blues in C video

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jazzerman, Jul 16, 2005.

  1. jazzerman

    jazzerman Member

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    For Tag, Carlos and McLenison. You asked for it ....

    http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=Blues-in-C-9-MB

    I remember having painful blisters after recording this last year on my Strat. My poor jazz fingers weren't used to all that string bending anymore.

    I rarely play it these days but I still have my 1973 Strat. It's a super lightweight hardtail one.

    Used to play the blues a lot when I was a kid though.

    Regards,

    Dick
     
  2. Tag

    Tag Gold Supporting Member

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    Cool stuff Dick! I really dug your jazz clips as well. Keep posting! :dude
     
  3. ivers

    ivers Member

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    Very nice. Loved the jazzy line you threw in there, made a really cool contrast to the more standard blues stuff. :cool:
     
  4. McLenison

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    Fun jam there Dick! Tag, I enjoy your mp3 clips as well!
     
  5. Kevan

    Kevan Member

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    Nice work (or play. LOL).
    If the tone is that cool on a super-compressed WMP file, imagine how nice it is in person.
     
  6. JimRayden

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    Extremely good playing. I enjoyed that but can't understand one thing... I've seen lots of this kind of videos in forums. Why is there only two hands and a guitar on it? Afraid of getting your face known and recognised on the street?

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    Jimbo
     
  7. matte

    matte Senior Member

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    You might wanna lube the nut and stretch the strings a bit. Halfway through the clip, your tuning fell out. Considering the fact that you're dealing with 6 notes(if you wanna count the floating 3rd) the tuning issue(s) become all the more obvious. Your pocket could use a little work too. I felt like your time was often dragging a bit.
     
  8. Rock Fella

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    dude

    i really enjoyed that and cheers for letting us hear you.

    technical perfection aint worth a crap if the tune aint no good, what you played had attitude and conviction , you played it like you really meant it and thats more than good enough for me.

    post some more please

    jimmy
     

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