Guyatone Wah Rocker rhythm

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  1. Tomo

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    Thank you for sharing this.
     
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    You're very welcome! It's all about sharing here at TGP.

    Great place.


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    Awesome Tomo. I am a huge fan of your strumming style funk chops.
    Fun pedal isnt it?
    BTW, that was a great ending.
    Gregory
     
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    Hi Gregory,

    Thank you so much!

    If you want to be a good funk guitar player, please work on
    your swing groove and good muting technique!

    Yes, it's fun pedal. I didn't know that this groove had a ending!

    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
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    I was pertaining to the slides you do.

    I figure if I study your video that I bought enough times that maybye, just maybye, I can play a few bars of funk before I crash and burn.:D

    Cant wait until your next one.

    Gregory
     
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    As usual funky and rolling away!!!
    Most wicked:D
    Thanks for posting it.
    Niels
     
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    Hi Gregory,

    Yes, you can do that. Just be patient and work on Ex 13,14, 19...
    Then try out Ex25?

    Thank you so much. I look forward to my AYGP2 soon.
    Now you can check it out by my "Tomo dvd tour box"

    SP E Funk


    Tomo
     
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    Will do Tomo.
    BTW, where can I find the "Tomo dvd tour box"

    Personally I think that you should give up teaching at Berkley and come teach me personally in Colorado.:crazy:D

    Gregory
     
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    Hi Gregory,

    Here we go.

    http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=148619&highlight=tomo

    Berklee is good place for me. It's always challenging.......
    I will go out more for playing, giving clinics..... Hopefully I be there.

    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
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    Great funky rhythm guitar Tomo.
     
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    Hi Niels,

    Thank you so much!

    Did you say "Wicked" ? Are you from Boston?

    You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by.


    Tomo
     
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    Tomo, that was a great clip, the pedal does sound wicked. Have you ever compared it to the maxon AF-9?
     
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    The Maxon AF-9 is great too. but the Wah Rocker has direct sound
    mixed with effect tone so that it is easy to play with touch, nuances..
    and it's easy to set up. Only two knobs! It's nice to own a few
    envelope filters for sure.

    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
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    I did forget to tell you this... if you want to have high cut, low pass... for more crazy sound, AF-9 does really great. Overall, Rocker Wah is veru easy to use for live. It's small too.


    Tomo
     
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    Thank you so much for your kind words. I am trying to get better on my groove. Constantly I am working my swing to get my funk rhythm guitar. It's fun to play good rhythm guitar. Thanks again!

    From F blues to F jazz blues to Parker blues

    Tomo
     
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    Totally loved it Mr. Cooler then Cool ...
    you are always such a breath of fresh air my good man Tomo ...
    Your Heart is bigger then a Full Moon lighting up the night ...
     
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    wow wow wow! Thanks so much for your kind words. Glad you liked this. Thank you!

    Tomo
     

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