Sande's Waltz & Naima

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jzucker, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. Sub-D

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    Killing! The waltz in particular, have you ever tried kicking bass pedals
    like a b3 player while playing guitar? Very enjoyable listen as usual.
     
  2. jzucker

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    Not sure what you mean? You mean like putting pedal tones into my playing ?
     
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    I love sandeswaltz. Beautiful! Love the melody playing.

    Naima souns like Waterfalls of Sounds. Almost liquidy.

    Cool stuff.
     
  4. Sub-D

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    LOL, no...something like these (sorry I wasn't clear)
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    I meant like using keyboard bass pedals controlled with your
    feet..... similar to what some B3 player use.. so you could play bass lines along with your guitar playing in real time........
    I only mention this because your command of both Bass and Guitar
    are excellent and you approach and obviously hear them as seperate
    voices working together, just wondered if you had tried to play both at the same time........
     
  5. jzucker

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    I've never tried that but a friend of mine does that. Rick Whitehead (http://hometown.aol.com/rwhiteh576/myhomepage/)

    I studied with him years ago. Fantastic solo guitarist and can play basslines with footpedals. Not sure I could handle it though. :)
     
  6. Jim Soloway

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    Jack, I'm listening to Sande's Waltz for the third straight time. What a gorgeous piece of music. You seem to be going through a whole series of serious musical changes these days and it would seem all for the good. It really is inspirational to see a player of your calibre stretch like this.
     
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    Most has been said by the posters before me, but I just gotta chime in and say that I dug these pieces immensely. Very interesting direction artistically!
     
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    Haha - Wait'll folks here your clips of the exercises. Whew man...Makes me wanna stay on bass...You never fail to blow me away. I'm going to post some of your samples tonight if you don't mind...
     
  10. Ed DeGenaro

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    Thank you ever so kindly...and no I don't mind at all.
     
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    Wonderful stuff Jack. Thanks for posting.
     

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