New HJ Tunage Jazz/Rock/ConFusion

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by HarryJ, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    J-Ho!!!!! What up dude! NAMM?? I need a good butt kickin'!! I really enjoyed the hang last year.

    Sorry for the hijack HJ... I can't listen right now. I will later though.

    Man, happy to see JH here!!

     
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    Awesome! I see a new set of trem springs in your future :AOK
     
  4. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Ahhh treat:D
    Great...love that feel!
     
  5. Weldaar

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    Harry, that was excellent! Sounded like you put weeks into it. That's how good it was. Nice separation too. The mix was just right. Always enjoy your playing.
     
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    Really enjoyed your playing, sweet tones and great feel, wonderful track too.
     
  8. HarryJ

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    Hey thx for the kind words guys,

    Jayson,
    I did abuse the ol' trem a little... amazing that this Wilkinson 6 screw comes back in tune perfectly most of the time.
    By the way, a few of my students are interested in your Dumb Bell pedal... Wonderful tone.
     
  9. scottl

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    Finally got a chance to check her out HJ. Loved the funk! Great syrupy tone and playing. Makes me want a whammy. Great laid back feel and some choice notes!
     
  10. Todd Lynch

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    This is one of my faves to play live - this track is from a Stern 'how to' book that is actually a spin-off of a Weckl/Pattitucci 'how to' book.

    I love playing over the m13 groove.

    In Mike's book, he wrote melodies to the backing tracks that Weckl/Pattitucci had already laid down for their book.

    Great stuff, HJ. Great tones, and dig the whammy action.
     
  11. HarryJ

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    Thx guys
    I gotta check that book out

    HJ
     
  12. HarryJ

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    Great!
    Thx man

    H
     
  13. journo

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    Hi Harry,

    Been away for a few days on a fairly boring business trip.
    This track truly restored my spirit.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Awesome stuff, anyone know the name of the original track by Stern?
     
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    Go to gtrwrks post in this thread and click on the picture and go to table of contents.
     
  16. Mike T

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    Killer, man. Love the whammy and smorgeboard of ODs and cleans. beautiful, precise, clean phrasing and execution. Tasteful throughout. Anyone is lucky to have you play on their session!
     
  17. John Czajkowski

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    :BluesBros
     
  18. HarryJ

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    Hey thx guys :)

    I believe it's called "Track04 Hiphop Jazz Funk"?

    To anyone interested, I used the newest Dimarzio Area model in the neck position. Soon to be released as the Area '67. Full tone, and still very articulate with OD tones. I had the fuzz on a good bit of the time.

    HJ
     
  19. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    Sounds great as usual, Mr. J. Is it my imagination, or do I hear some Andy Most (TGP: mondoslug) influence here? Note selection and feel, mostly.
     

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