I play the Blues for You

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by tozum, Nov 19, 2017.


  1. tozum

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    Trying to play over a song of one of the greatest blues player of all times

     
  2. monte

    monte Gold Supporting Member

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    very tasty. i like your phrasing and tone.
     
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  3. Mike R.

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    I liked it. You should play louder though. The phrasing was good and I wanted to hear more of it.
     
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  4. tozum

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    @monte Thank you very much. Appreciate that :)
    @Mike R. Thanks for the nice comment and totally agree that I should play a little bit louder.
     
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    Your lines fit well, not overstated at all, but still very tasty. Your tone is a great fit for the genre. I think the volume of the guitar is just right for the fills and colors, maybe go louder for the guitar solo. Very coooL.
     
  6. tozum

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    Thanks alot. I really appreciate the comment. I definitely have to work on my volume control skills :)
     
  7. Leonc

    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    Nice job. Very tasteful playing and tone.
     
  8. 1bluzman

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    I liked it and thought you volume was fine as it didn't drown out the vocals or the band , nice phrasing & tone ! I really love Alberts stuff.
    I wore out the born under a bad sign album when I was a young guy trying to learn those licks. Are the amps both Bruno? What cab ?
     
  9. tozum

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    @Leonc Thank you so much.
    @1bluzman Thanks for watching and for the nice comment. Albert King was on the top of my list with other Kings when I was younger and he is still up there. The amps on the scene are Brunos. Cowtipper 45 and UG 30. The cab I use is a Tube Amp Doctor 2x12 nitro tweed cab loaded with Celestion Gold and heritage G12h55.
     
  10. Justin Hitchborn

    Justin Hitchborn Silver Supporting Member

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    GREAT! I love this style of playing so much, and actually appreciated your more understated approach. The cool thing about going quiet for so much is you can really let it rip for effect later on!
     
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  11. tozum

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    Thanks for the nice comment. I also felt happy about your words about low to high profile playing. That is definitely what I am trying to do.
     
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    I have now bookmarked this page...so I can work on getting this, THE TONE IVE ALWAYS BEEN LOOKING FOR!!!
     

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