slow funk improv

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Frank Axtell, Nov 30, 2005.


  1. Frank Axtell

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    Hi Frank -

    I liked that alot! :D
     
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    Wow, that was sweet!:dude

    Great playing and nice singing tone. I loved it!!!
     
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    Very Good! Reminds me of Holdsworth.
    I saved a copy on my hard drive for repeated listening.

    Occasionally the lines were disconnected rhythmically from the backing track. I realize it is harder to play along with a backing track than a real band.

    As we say in the south, "You Done Good, Leroy!"
     
  5. guitarguy3612

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    Hey man, that was sweet!!! Great tone, and some really nice runs throw into the mix. Any chance you could post the backing track. I'm really wanting to try playing over it.
     
  6. Frank Axtell

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    Thanks everyone for the positive feedback.
     
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    I like it a lot!! If you get a chance would you post another version with the guitar brought up in the mix a bit? It seems a bit on the buried side atm and really shouldn't be with your playing =)>

    Cristof
     
  8. Frank Axtell

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    Very musical ideas, great legato feel. I can sense the Henderson and Holdsworth influence. Great playing Frank.
     
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    Very nice, Frank!!!

    IMHO, your most excellent, very tasty playing is sitting too far back in the mix.
     
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    Sounded great. Nice and laid back into the mix. sounded like it fit well.
     

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