Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Tomo, May 31, 2008.
Lot's of SOUL my brotha!
Thx for posting.
Nice Tomo. Love that tune. Looks likes a nice intimate place you were playing. Must have been fun.
Thanks for watching!
Very true sounding...you are the man.
I love that tune too. Tokuzo in Nagoya Japan. I had a great time playing there. They serve great foods and drinks till 4 am!
Another one from Tokuzo (clean tone)
Thanks a lot! See you next winter NAMM?
You really need to do something besides the Tomo show. If I'm harsh then I'm sorry. I dont see how leading you on like the rest of these people are doing is going to help you improve your music? You play a guitar well but so do 5,000,000 others in Los Angeles alone. Someone in your band needs to learn to sing and write lyrics. Regardless of what fellow guitar players say and think about their playing abilities an electric guitar is completely void of emotion,soul and feeling. Stretching a string isnt
feeling. If you're gonna play Blues with no vocals then at least use acoustic instruments. Others wont agree and I dont expect nor want them to. Good luck to you but stop trying to show off. It aint cutting it in my books.
Guitar is completely void of soul and feeling?
Man I'd hate to feel like that.
Disagree with you adams.
I really shouldn't feed the troll, but I can't resist pointing out that the entire population of Los Angeles is only 3.8 million.
I enjoyed it!
Rather than throwing stones and pointing out how poorly others are doing it, post some positive examples of what you really like. Try expressing yourself that way instead of dissing someone who is having fun and making great music.
I love vocal music myself... but I love playing guitar so much. That's my passion. Some just don't dig it. That's ok. No one can make everything perfect. I am very happy that if I can make one person happy!
Thanks for posting, Tomo
That's the progression we adore.
Also, Tomo DOES sing in this song. I caught a little bit of Styx at the end - he clearly sang "Domo Arigata"
Very nice, Tomo!
Is that the Duo Sonic?
Yes, It's '57 Fender Duo Sonic. I am a sucker for Duo Sonics.
Sounds great Tomo!