Ocean Groove / ES-335 and Super Reverb

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  1. Frank Axtell

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    Man, your relentless in your output Frank, barely a day or two goes by without a new dittie.

    Sounds great Frank, Trumpet is mighty cool. Dudes can sure play.
     
  3. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks Woody....to many tunes in my head and so little time...
     
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    GREAT...as usual....livin' up to your signature for sure.
     
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    you're my hero. badass as always.great phrasing on this one. that trumpet is no slacker either.
     
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    :drool another winner Frank! I like all your tones from all your rigs, but man, this one is just speaking to me. And damn, those dolphins are almost 3D like they're swimming out of the computer screen...
     
  7. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks, I'm on a mission...
     
  8. JamminJeff

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    A 335 into an electric toaster still sounds like heaven to me. Use an old Hoover cord and she just sings.

    Nice track. It retains some live feeling to it too !
     
  9. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks so much for your kind words.
     
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    Glad you enjoyed it...I'm enjoying the humbucker sound of the ES-335 in combination with the Fender Super....bit of a change of pace for me. Thinking of getting a John Suhr OD 100 classic next. Thanks again for listening.
     
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    Another beautiful piece, beautifully performed. Sign me up for the CD when you finally get off your butt and put it out! :)
     
  12. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks Jeff,

    I used Fender 10" blue frame alnico guitar amp speakers, 8 ohm with a 30 watt rating in my '65 Super. The speakers in the '66 which is the amp I used in the recording of "Ocean Groove" are the stock Fender Speakers that came with the amp. I myself was surprised as how good they sounded in the recording. I usually use my "65 so it was a change of pace. I guess Leo Fender knew what he was doing.
     
  13. Guitar Slinger6

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    Great stuff frank, you are a machine dude! It is one thing to put out that volume of work, it is another situation entirely for it to be the quallity of yours, impressive!!!
     
  14. Frank Axtell

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    Thank you.
    Yes sir....:AOK
     
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    Very nice Frank.........nice to hear some Trumpet as well. You must be writing a track a day. (when are you bringing out the 7 CD set "The Best Of Frank Axtell"!!!) ........Interesting to hear you useing a 335 I always think of you as a Strat man. :AOK
     
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    Nice track.
    Your ideas are phat.

    Keep 'em comin'.

    :cool:

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  17. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks so much...been working on jazz transcriptions... trying to get a better vocabulary of lines.
     
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    I really like your tone and phrasing on this.
    Guess the jazz transcriptions are working.

    Jim
     
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    Thanks so much.
     

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