Funky & Jazzy Wah~Wah Variations (Over a Sco Tune)

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  1. wildogs

    wildogs Member

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    I wouldn't mind hearing that at my local farmer's markets. Curious, with it being so cold, what's the fan on the table for?
     
  2. The bear

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    Very nice playing!
     
  3. Lucidology

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    Thanks so much ...
    That's a little heater fan ... hopefully to warm my hands just a bit:clips so I can't entirely not play ,,, :YinYang
     
  4. Lucidology

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    Thanks so much Jostein

    Hey ... where have U been my good friend ...
    it has been a long time & I wondered if U were OK just the other day...
     
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  5. Lucidology

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    Yo Ray-Moan ... 4 sure my comp was on ... I always leave it all ...
    I'm one of those that don't believe a comp messes with one's dynamics all that much ...
    Have never found a compressor to mess with my self-expression ..
    If anything, I'd say it adds to it ... softer passages don't disappear for one thing ..
    Allowing for even more touch sensitivity

    Of course, with that being said, it does depend on the compressor used ...
    In my case it's an Optic which isn't too squishy ... :YinYang
     
  6. Echoes

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    man, I've had that happen a few times!

    Nice groove man....I notice you working in some chordal ideas and two note chords here and there. Very musical.
     
  7. Lucidology

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    Great thanks for checking it out ...:YinYang
     
  8. epluribus

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    Got it, had me goin' there a minute...I thought you meant you'd stopped using one. Gasp. I don't think I've known you to publish about a rig without a comp in front of it. Just way too useful a device to leave out of the loop.

    --Ray
     
  9. Guitar Slinger6

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    I appreciate the thought, I have been busy with house remodeling. It turned out to be a huge ordeal, but I am coming to the finish line. So I should be back on line soon.
     
  10. Lucidology

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    Cool .. thanks for stopping for a little ...

    Naw ... loves me compressor ... :YinYang
     
  11. Lucidology

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    Thanks again ... ya got good ears ...!! :YinYang
     
  12. HarryJ

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    Always a pleasure to hear and see you Joseph!
     
  13. Lucidology

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    Thanks Harry ... good to hear from you too ...!!
     
  14. Tomo

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    You got good time and good feel... and you are good at cooking those on the spot!

    Tomo
     
  15. Lucidology

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    Hey ... thanks a lot Tomo ... :YinYang
     
  16. squeally dan

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    You never seem to run out of ideas. How do you do that?
     
  17. Lucidology

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    Don't know really ...
    just so many years of giggin' solo and tryin' to make it interesting to myself I guess ...

    Thanks for checkin' it out my friend ... :YinYang
     
  18. Woodyworld

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    there's something about wah that sucks me in every time. Very nice joseph. Is that a custom paint job on the pedal ? Very rich sounding wah. Maybe I should recognise the make....
     
  19. les

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    If you look closely, there is a "Happy Foot" store front behind you...

    I think you have a very "happy foot" on the wah-wah! I just love your feel, touch, phrasing, lines, motif development, etc...

    Great stuff!
     
  20. Lucidology

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    Very Observant Bro ... Yep, that's da Happy Foot Massage place ...
    Perfect backdrop for Wah-Wah practice ... lol :YinYang

    Thanks Les
     

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