Did a session yesterday. One song with a band that is bringing in a bunch of dfferent players to put stuff down and then pick the best for each tune. Cool tune, had some fun. Took several passes and different approaches at parts: slide, rhythm, different styles of leads. I find that when I have done sessions, I always get asked to take a bunch of passess at each part I'm doing. Later on, people mix and mash solos and so on. I also have often punched in a note, or a bend or something that a guy will say, "Do that one thing again," meaning "do it right/better, so on." Well, w/my various neuroses, I think it means that I suck ass because a real player goes in, plays the perfect thing in one take and that's that. I mean, I wish I did that all the time, everytime. Anyhow, I'm juts curious what guys think, what experiences they've had, etc. A funny story from session I did several years ago. A guy heard me live, dug how I played and had me in the studio. He was a guy who sang a bunch f national commercials and toured/put out records in Europe. I'm playing this figure that the guys in the booth wanted and I'm sucking bad. After the 5th take, they forgot to turn off the talkback. I scrwed it up and heard them all go, "****! Sonofabitch, etc." It had the cold water schrinkage effect on my unit. The rest went bad, they dumped my ****.