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Indian Summer - a little jazz

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jazzerken, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. jazzerken

    jazzerken Member

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    The latest video posting on my site, playing a D'Angelico NYL-4 through a Tech 21 Trademark 10 with a backing track I pre recorded and looped through a Boss RC 20 looper. The audio is recorded from the camera mike. The backing track is all amp, the melody and improv is a mix of amp and acoustic, but I'd say mostly acoustic because of camera/mike placement. The audio is not great because I think it was compressed so much for streaming.
    http://homepage.mac.com/getken/guitar/iMovieTheater39.html
     
  2. vladorg

    vladorg Supporting Member

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    Nice stuff,man!Well done!

    Vlad
     
  3. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Nice clips Ken! Nice to have a fellow jazz nut around here!
     
  4. randy morser

    randy morser Member

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    i can hear through the bad audio, man. that's a great sounding axe. i'd love a jazz axe that nice. you've got some really nice ideas too. who'd you study with?
     
  5. Ken I

    Ken I Silver Supporting Member

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    Enjoyed that, nice playing! :AOK
     

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