vids are much better. Struggling with the audio though...I'm now going direct on the axefx but using a lapel mic for the voice. Not happy with the results of that.Great as usual... I think the vids are better with the new camera eh?
Good stuff and thats a nice sounding guitar.
I was reading a few of your posts and it sounds like we have a few things in common. For one, I've been playing guitar many years Jazz, Fusion, etc., and have discovered I like smaller body jazz guitars also. Infact, I recently sold all my 17" jazz boxes. I am looking for something that has good upper fret access. That being said, how is your Sadowsky? It reminds me a little of the Gibson Pat Martino guitar, ever played one? Did you ever get to try out a Gibson 339? If so what did you think? And lastly, what do you think of a Jazz guitar with 24 frets like the jazzica by Hofner? I apologize for so many questions, but you seem to play, or enjoy a similar style of music and I value your opinion, thanks.
Thanks. One thing that makes a difference is vibrato. I think too many jazz guitarists don't end their phrases with a vibrato and it sounds unnatural to me. I didn't always feel this way and in fact, have played many a solo in the very style that sails over peoples' heads...Nice guitar, but WOAH, great playing. A lot of Jazz just sails straight over my head, but I found your chord voicings and lead playing to be very interesting. Thanks for posting that, and enjoy your new guitar - John
That's beautiful Jack. Glad you found a guitar that suits your specific needs.Thanks. One thing that makes a difference is vibrato. I think too many jazz guitarists don't end their phrases with a vibrato and it sounds unnatural to me. I didn't always feel this way and in fact, have played many a solo in the very style that sails over peoples' heads...
Great clip Jack and it answers my question on the first thread...to my ear it does get a better traditional jazz tone than the 335 although I'm unsure what role the Axe FX plays in comparison to my 335 through a Super Reverb.It looks as if you are looking for an axe that sounds great for straight ahead jazz and great for fusion/rock as well. If so, it looks like thats it to me. Great complex clean jazz tones. Not bright yet not dark if that makes sense.