i's a star.

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  1. crzyfngers

    crzyfngers Member

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    well as it turned out my telemundo debut was only local. i think it's only fair that everyone should have an opportunity to berate my abilities. so, here ya go. now's your chance to mug a frail defenseless old man.
     
  2. gtrfinder

    gtrfinder Supporting Member

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    I liked it. Thank you for sharing!
    Nice compression and bite from your guitar. What were you using?
     
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    Very professional. Great job!
     
  4. crzyfngers

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    thank you.
    no compressor for me. just the blues jr. and i used a gaspedal carb for the solo.
     
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    I liked The grove of the music and smoothness of the band and vocals as a whole..But i don't speak Spanish...Kind of has a Blues traveler type vibe but in Spanish..Good stuff..
     
  7. crzyfngers

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    funny, i don't speak spanish either. i do speak music, the language of love.:D
     
  8. Jason Lynn

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    Hey Joe Zito on bass - I've shared the stage with him a few times. Great guy.

    Love love love that p90 tone. Good stuff.
     
  9. crzyfngers

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    thank you. you know zito? we've played together in many bands since he came to town. small world.
     
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    Sounds great!

    cheers
     
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    What's Te Esperare mean? The Spirit?
     
  12. Jason Lynn

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    Yeah Joe has subbed in for our bass player a few times. Small world, agreed, especially Austin.
     
  13. crzyfngers

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    there is a shortage of great bass players around here.
     
  14. Jason Lynn

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    Yeah, it's hard to find good subs.
     
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    good feel to the break, nice playing
     
  16. Kriskov

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    Very nice, loved the whole groove. The carb sounded really nice! I think Te Esperare means "I will wait for you."
     
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    Great...killer rhythm chops and tone...loved the groove and the bassplayer is on it...

    Chow,
    Seegs
     
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    Question: What does this say/mean Le esperaré?

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    Is the formal way to say I'll wait for you, the informal way is "te esperaré"
     
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    Thanks Kriskov... I was looking it up when you posted this... You're correct!

    Thanks again.
     
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