Dog Park

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  1. tymj2112

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    The calm, relaxed anticipation of the drive, serene and content, turns anxious as we get closer to our destination. Tension mounts until finally, at last, we are set free of our shackles. Yes, we have arrived -- at the off leash dog park. Life is good!

    [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/accidental-sounds/dog-park[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    He finally goes off-leash at 2:14 :beer
     
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    I really like your work! Nice looking dog, too. What breed is he/she?
     
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    Thanks gkoelling! I appreciate the feedback.

    Satch is a Boxer. I name all my dogs after guitarists. Satch was preceded by Clapton, Page, and Santana

    Remember to smile!!
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    Love the dog! (love 'em all)

    What guitar/amp did you use on this one?
     
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    Here is my equipment list for this track
    • G&L ASAT Classic
    • PRS SE Custom 24
    • Fender '65 Princeton Reverb RI
    • Egnater Rebel 30
    • TC Electronic Flashback
    • Timmy
    • DOD Overdrive Preamp 250
    • EHX B9 Organ Machine
    • Korg N5EX
     
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    great stuff. listening, i have a vision of my two goldens on their way to freedom also.
     
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    Thanks, Boblazz. There is no greater feeling than when I unlatch the leash and he takes off at 30 mph toward his friends in the park. That's the energy I was trying to capture with that middle section.
     

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