Funky Slap Guitar jam groove

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  1. Tomo

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    Tomo,

    You bring 'da funk!!!

    What guitar, is this the Tokai again? Almost sounds like it could be a clean humbucker.

    Scott
     
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    BTW, did you see big Papi's walk-off homer?

    Maybe you're not a Sox fan, hard not to be in Boston these days I would imagine...
     
  4. Tomo

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    Hi Scott,

    No, this one is my SRV strat with Frailn pickups.

    I pluged into Ampeg bass rig.

    Thanks for listening.


    Tomo
     
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    Tomo, that some serious funkin' drive there. Nice.

    And ssss, way to rip. I had to do a double take! I'd like to hear some playing when your serious :)
     
  6. Tomo

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    Hi guys,

    I am sorry that I didn't write more specific.

    Listening only. Please. Thanks for your understading.

    Enjoy listening. Please don't use someone's music without any
    permission.




    Tomo
     
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    i was just jamming over your track...that slappin' is tasty! am i also an offender or does it only count if i record myself over your track?
     
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    Sure, you can play over it and enjoy it. No Problem. but if you record and
    play that recording in public. I asked not to do that. You are fine.

    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
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    Nice playing Tomo, as usual.
     
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    Uuuppss, sorry Tomo, thought that was a backing-track for us to jam over.....................DELETED!!!! :BEER
     
  11. Tomo

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    No problem.

    That title was confusing.


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  12. Tomo

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    Hi,

    I heard about it. I don't watch TV that much and I am not huge fan
    of sports. It's sound boring... You love sports?

    I am into taking care of lawn.


    Tomo
     
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    Thank you so much! I love funky groove. Glad to hear that you liked it.
    I have more slap guitar sound clips. (fast & slow).....

    SP E Funk


    Tomo
     
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    Spending time out in the yard is a great way to relax and blow off stress. Some people think it's a huge chore, I like the time in the sun and the results of a little effort.

    Now, if my neighbor would get rid of that wild grass in his front yard...:BEER
     
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    Just curious Tomo,

    Did you ever have a lawn growing up in Japan? I cant imagine growing up in a place where you cant have a backyard, a big front garden or play in the street, but I understand Japan is very crowded.

    We are in the middle of sustained drought here in Australia. Not much lawn for anyone these days :(

    simon
     
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    You guys can help with my lawn anytime.....6 acres worth
     
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    What kind of tractor do you have? You have a big land! I have about 1 acre and it takes me 1 and 1/2 hours to finish my work.

    You hire someone to do that? I like to do it myself. It's great way to relax. When I clean my lawn really good
    ... that good feeling makes my playing better. "Clean"



    Tomo
     
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    Tomo,

    I do it myself with a Gravely 60" zero turn mower. It's very fast and takes 2.5 to 3 hours.

    I wear my iPod while I'm doing it. Listening to good music while being out in the sun is very relaxing.

    And thank you for all the insights on your DVD.
     
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    That's really fast! You must practice a lot? Good to hear that you do it yourself.

    Only difference is I don't listen to music(i-pod, I only use when I travel).. I do play some music in my head (imagine)
    work on something. Great to way to practice soloing over chord changes. No frets gives me a lot of freedom.

    You're welcome! Thank you for your words on. Glad to be help. I wrote threads on lesson section. "Triads..." " Left hand release/mute.."

    Take care,


    Tomo
     
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    Hi Simon,

    Your guess was right. Unless you go far in suburbs.
    Most houses are small and less space. My family own a back yard in Japan.
    That's really rare. No front yard either. Open the door... the road is
    right there!

    It's nice to live here in U.S.


    Tomo
     

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