Clean Scooby Pod Jazz - Ruh Ro!

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by scottl, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Found this little snippet lurking on my site. Recorded a couple of years ago. POD XT. Just a quick demo of Stella recorded for someone on Guitar.com.

    Yea Tag... I know. More clean tone straight ahead stuff.

    Notice, no Robben licks... :rolleyes:

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/music/StellaGuitarCom.mp3

    Fwiw, the Pod ain't half bad for over processed Boston inspired jazz stuff. :D
     
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  2. Jim Soloway

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    I really like it. The tone and the groove both feel really relaxed. It works very well.

    I have a customer who uses a POD XT as the pre-amp in his gigging rig for straight ahead jazz and he swears by it. If this is close to the tone he's getting then I can understand his point.
     
  3. rwe333

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    Too much reverb/delay - kind of obscures the playing/time (not that you would/should give a toss what I think)...
     
  4. fig

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    You should play clean like this more often, Scott. Excellent playing.
    I wasn't crazy about my POD, but yours sounds pretty good.
     
  5. CarlosEduardo

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    Scott ...that was a gig in a lonely church ? :p lol just kidding, to much reverb yeah, the exquisite soloing is the point here to me, articulation & phrasing /timing ...great! btw I remember your clip over Song for my Father with a nice small archtop/solidbody tone like Pat Martino, what did you use on it ..Pod?


    Carlos


    http://www.carlosarellano.com/music
     
  6. scottl

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    Thanks Carlos! Here are two live versions of Song for my Father.....

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/stuff/ScottLerner-SongformyFather.mp3 (this is the version you remembered)

    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/stuff/songformyfatherliveslow.mp3

     
  7. rwe333

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    Would be nice to hear the tune w/ bands that interact more - pretty straight running of the changes, not much interplay... Could almost pass being over backing tracks a la Aebersold... Preferred the trio take as there was no clash w/ the sax.
     
  8. scottl

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    Couldn't agree more. Tough to find the players.... I'd kill to sit in with you guys!

    Scott
     
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    Happy you took the comment as it was intended. I sure learn a ton from (and am humbled by) the players I have the privilege to work with... Gives me some faith/confidence in what I do, yet reinforces where I still want to get too, ya know? No room for arrogance/complacency - music/improv is a complex, but rewarding journey... Ears wide open. ;)
     

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