Hideaway Attempt

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by 767400, May 9, 2008.

  1. 767400

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  2. EataPeach

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    I wish I could play it like that!

    Nice job.

    Did you do the backing tracks too?
     
  3. JiMB

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    That's cool. Nice tone too!

    Jim
     
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    The Backtrack is not me. This is the sight I used: http://www.guitarbt.com/ look under downloads. Great resource for practice music.

    Thanks for the complement.
     
  5. blues54

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    Sounds really nice. It sounds like you are really trying to copy every Clapton note lick for lick. If thats what you are going for thats cool. Break out a little bit and put some of your own flair in it. I've been playing Hideaway forever. It's Always a lot of fun.

    http://www.myspace.com/crosscutsawtucsonblues

    If you get a chance this is my son (23) and the old blues guy (53) last Sat at our gig. This is just recorded with a handheld Zoom H2 live outdoors. Both my son and I are playing a Swart AST he's playing a Strat and I'm playing my Anderson Cobra.

    Tell me what you think.

    Thanks Blues 54
     
  6. 767400

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    It all sounds great. I really enjoyed your Taco Hideaway. I'm going to try to do an inprov Hideaway, next time I have a chance and see what pops out. Again, great sounds, especially considering outdoors and one mic.

    Thanks for the advice and your Myspace link.
     
  7. zep41

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    sounds great -- nice work!
     
  8. Frank Axtell

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    Nice job...great tone and feel....really enjoyed it.
     
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    May the Swart be with you Jeffrey.
     
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    Sounds good! I also like the Jeff Healey version!
     
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    you and blues 54 sound really good...
     

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