Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Ed DeGenaro, Aug 16, 2005.
Its just soooo Edward D. Dude you have got to show me how do that at NAMM.
Did you use a Vigier Surfreter and Flexi?
Inspiring as always!
Surfreter and UniValve in the low gain in set clean with a Burn Unit for a stomp box.
Edward man! impressive, how you do that ?? it sound unique and personal, I don´t remember the name but I use to listen a dutch fretless guitar player at 70´s decade..always amazed me such sweet and expressive tone. btw, you can imagine the face of a session guitar player sight reading your solo from a score without know it was original from a freetless guitar? I can´t LOL
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PS: interesting here about fretless guitar
Well...it woulda sounded better if I learned what was going on in the track instead of just wanking over it. Thanks man.
That was a pretty cool take Ed did! I noticed that you are slowly getting your website back up and running. I think the links broke on the Yahoo site. I'll have to figure out how to get those back in service.
Talk to you soon!
I think you did fine, but I get you, maybe this chord scheme can be a little help ..
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Little is right! LOL
Hola Jim amigo! cool to see you by here, yeah Ed did good. My site is living up yes, the hosting provider give me new domains for free in restitution while old lost domains get redemptioned. The new can use are www.carlosarellano.com, www.jazzpick.net or www.carloseduardoarellano.net .. forward look talking to you
Goes against how I work. I like to record from the go without what comes next. Inevitably there are plenty off times where I fall on my ass.
But right now the only thing I'm doing is worrying about the intonation on fretless since I haven't played it in a while and have a few gigs coming up that are all fretless.
Snap...everybody is a critic...I forgot we all need to aspire to be benson...
Sorry Ed, my comment had to do with the smallness of the file he posted, not your playing which I always get a thrill listening to btw! The file was no bigger than a postage stamp on my screen!
No critique comment intended.
HAHAHAH! Jim .... you righ LOL , I did post the wrong link here hehe ... or I am such a selfish or I we´ll need a sorta of electronic microscope for read such "postage stamp" chord chart rofl!! sorry.. hehehe
Edward here the right link to chord chart
smooth blues chord scheme
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I would have no issuee with the criticism...my point was/is/woulda bee that I have no intention to be a Jazz guy. I'm a Rock dude that likes to draw outie the lines.
I thought you were being cuel to Ed! LOL Like anyone could read that little chart! I just couldn't stop laughing when I saw it!
And a great rock dude at that. But coming from a somewhat jazz guy that tries to venture into other areas, your interpretations are very exciting to listen to. Music is music. I think that style labels are a bit overrated, personally. And this forum is great to hear people in and out of their comfort zone. I am particularly fond of experimentation in music regardless of "label". Pushing boundries is where a lot of excitement is for me anyway. And I certainly get the opportunity to hear that in your playing which is great.
I have not tried to get too outside here yet. But I'd like to give it a try sometime. Just have to be in the mood! LOL
Ed - great playing....especially at the beginning when you really start digging in. Cool tone and choppage mang.
Man that thing sounds dangerous....love it!
Very cool post, Jim. Thanks.
Being an open-minded, considerate and tolerant musician- what a concept!
That's just too freaky!