Discussion in 'Playing and Technique' started by StevenA, Jan 23, 2012.
...what is that story? Is it different for each listener?
Here is a 3-minute improv solo of something I made up during one of our live shows.
I'm not trying to tell a specific story -- just playing with heart and passion, that's all I really want to do, although I'd like to see what you guys think it says
Hey Dustin, that's a great solo with a lot of emotion in it. In fact every one in the BGP plays with a lot of passion.
Post some more songs when you get a chance.
Beautiful song, lyric solo at 3:15.
This was written with a story in mind.
Solo played with that same story in mind.
nice! i liked your guitar center blues jam too!
Thanks for that - it was exactly what I needed to hear at the exact right time...
oh....I see I'm a bit late.....lol
Not late at all, russ, if it was exactly the right time for you, man.
What amp / guitar did you use for the solo
Must have been loud ?
David Gilmour's Pink Floyd stuff.
Not so loud, V.
The usual Boogie MIV with 2x12s.
Turned to the amp to get it to sing and just find those harmonics.
Love that amp. It's complex but getting old and crotchety and I like the combination, kinda like an old coen bros professor played by Tommy Lee Jones.
'No country for old profs'.
Gotta be 20 years old this amp now.