Carr Rambler Clean Jazz

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  1. Rick0

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    Real nice! Rick....I always love your clips. Thanks!

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    Very nice. A little brighter than I was expecting but I really liked that. It gave it a nice snap.
     
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    Beautiful tone! Great playing too.
     
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    oooo sweeeeeet tone !

    Great playing too, thanks for posting
     
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    Thanks so very much for the kind words guys! There are so many wonderful clips on this site that I'm often a little reluctant to post my mindless noodlings.
    Jim, I'm sorry that I haven't mentioned this before, but your guitars are wonderful. A dear friend of mine, Eddie Berman, turned me on to your work and I have to honestly say that the Swan I played at his shop is in league with the finest instruments that I have ever played. Beautiful low end clarity. I was a bit concerned about the scale, but playing it felt very friendly and natural, (Sorry to digress).

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    Rick, great clip. No reason to hide your "mindless noodling" from us. :AOK

    I only got a 20sec. clip, could be a bit longer if you ask me.
     
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    i love your tone in that clip, i really like your setup, very very nice.
     
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    VERY NICE, Rick! I wanna sound and play like you when I grow up! "mindless noodling"???????? I just don't think so!!!! Those are seriously COOL chops! Thanks for sharing, man!
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  11. Jim Soloway

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    Thanks Rick. I suspect that in your hands it sounded pretty much as I intended. :)
     
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    Nice sound & playing. The guys at Indoor Storm seem to dig the Rambler as it was recommended to me a couple of years ago.
     
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    Really like your playing and sound thru the Rambler. Sweet sound on "Sunny" :AOK
     
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    Very nice Rick.... love the compression... tasteful tone shaping for real!

    A 336, though still airy in tone, is a very bright sounding semi-hollow having both a solid Maple back & top... It might surprise those looking to somewhat duplicate a 335 in a 336, anticipating it to be a shrunken version... But in truth, it's a very different sounding guitar
     

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