Funk Fuzion revisisted (again)

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jzucker, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. robelinda2

    robelinda2 Member

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    That backing track is great! Pretty classy playing as usual.
     
  2. Lucidology

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    Killer Jack ... great playing man...
    Now it sounds like you've got that thing dialed in ...
    Is that reverb and/or delay ... love that addition...
    adds a sparkly little touch to the sometimes dry notes ....

    So what's the story on these great looking babes in the avatar...?
     
  3. Kalalau Hiker

    Kalalau Hiker Supporting Member

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    loved it!

    lots of variety and smoooooothly integrated!

    congrats!

    got any live jam with band vids?
     
  4. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    Thanks. That was the zen2 again with the timefactor for the delays. The babes are for inspiration. ;)
     
  5. cdaloia

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    Jack,

    You seem to be soaking this style up like a sponge!
    Getting a funky feel and using all of your great harmonic knowledge and chops. Nice......
    Nice tone.....is that a D-Style?

    Chuck
     
  6. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    Thanks Chuck. You are one of my idols. That was a Ceriatone 36 (el84). It's probably my worst amp for this type of tone due to the spongeyness but I was too lazy to switch heads . :D
     
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    Nice Jack I hear a lot of different styles and techniques in there......... always a new idea happening. :AOK
     
  8. mike walker

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    Hey jack,
    It seems to me like your cultivating an interesting cross over style. There is a kind of phrased freedom here that keeps my interest. I can hear many things but i would really like to hear your take on it. I've been following your posts and i can almost hear this thing in your head developing and growing. I sometimes hear that you have much love for many different aspects of music and are kind of at a point where they are organically coming together. Sorry for this long thought, but i would like to hear your take on it.

    Mike
     
  9. jzucker

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    Thanks for taking the time to listen Mike. I do love so many disparate style and have always found it hard to pull them all together but I finally feel like I'm making some headway. Hopefully I can keep growing to the point where I'm making some real music instead of just clips.

    By the way, the ballad you posted with the clarinets was just amazingly stunning. I listened to it 4 or 5 times in a row. Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. mike walker

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    You're definitely making headway jack.
    And, i'm already hearing real music in there. Keep it flowing amigo.

    Mike
     
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    Excellent Jack! I agree with Mike. Things are coming together. Tone was the best I have heard from you btw. This rig is a keeper!
     
  12. TNJ

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    Nicely done, Jack. Love your phrasing over the changes.
    I love vamping over stuff like this.
    You obviously do too.

    Way :cool:

    S.
    j
     

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