Self indulgent on my own BT

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  1. Pickmaster

    Pickmaster Member

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    Little self-indulgent on track YoYo.
    Clayville and TheJudge thanks for the ideas guys.

    Guitar - Parker with Chris Kinman alnico hot blues singles and Kent Armstrong’s Motherbuker in bridge.
    Fulltone Clyde Delux wah - Koch pedaltone straight to the PC, reverb/delay.

    Being an old hippie really enjoyed wahwahing.:RoCkIn
    http://www.drika.biz/yo.mp3
     
  2. rotren

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    Sounds great! Sounded nice and relaxed.
     
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    Wah's are universally cool ...
    & not self-indulgent playing whatsoever ...

    You always deliver the goods my good man ...

    (oh, I think Hippies are the best .....) :hiP
     
  4. Pickmaster

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    Joseph, Robert – diamond geezers!
    Peace meeeeen! :hiP
     
  5. clayville

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    That's some far out footwork! I really dug this... it's kind of... sassy!

    Thanks again for putting up the backing, too.
     
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    Beautiful my man. Lovely tones too!
     
  7. Pickmaster

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    Thanks Woody, nice to hear from you bro.
    I have to record it with the amp but pedaltone makes life easier some times.
    Actually it was pretty hard to improvise on this simple tune. I don’t know what is the problem. Probably slow tempo and timing.
     
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    I guess I missed this yesterday. I love your finished songs Doc, but it's really cool to hear you exploring musical ideas as well. Dig the raw tone!!!
     
  9. Pickmaster

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    Normster,
    Thanks my friend, I have to try more on this one to keep it interesting.
     

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