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Funky Wah rocker solo

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Tomo, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. Tomo

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    Rad!!! I love the Wah Rocker!!!!
     
  3. Tomo

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    Thanks. It's really cool small pedal.



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    Very cool. Almost a talkbox-type vocalization.
     
  5. Tomo

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    Thanks.

    Same way with othew pedals. I like to play with the pedal.

    Each pedal gives me inspiration and some movement.

    It's fuin way to play with pedal's reaction.

    Mosty I practice for my playing with Champ 12, set treble 7
    bass 3-4, reverb 0. Clean tone, sometime I play with od pedal
    to see my picking nuances. sometime I practice with Wah pedal
    (I am practicing with wah a lot this week.. I will do that after
    this)...

    Let's your guitar talk! enjoy music conversation.

    PS, Vocal quality is very important for me. I don't know much licks
    ... but I can improvise with my rhythm and space. This way you only
    need to start with a few notes.


    Tomo
     

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