Solo Clip from a fresh CD

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  1. johnfindlay

    johnfindlay Member

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    I played on a coupla tracks about 2 summers ago-Vibrolux-Love Pedal
    -60 Strat with HD mini-humbucker-i cant post the whole tune-
    but it seems like a good CD.

    hmmm...not so sure about tone & mix-....?

    Gord Sheard CD-Crucible

    i have no details about the availability-

    j
     
  2. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    mighty cool, John. Ace tone and phrasing.
     
  3. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Wauw John, sounds great!!
    Like the mix as well.
     
  4. janoz

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    Holy crap, that´s what i´m talking about!!
    Man, what a feel and timing you have!
    Truly inspirational, both playing and tonewise.
    I´m going of to a gig in a couple of hours, gonna take that feel with me!
    (Gonna close my eyes and hum a mantra to myself while playing, "Findlay,Findlay,Findlay..." )
     
  5. thintele

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    tone is great, playing likewise. I thought the piano was maybe a little high in the mix at the beginning but seemed ok when the the break rolled around.
    great stuff...nice phrasing
     
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    vladorg Supporting Member

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    John goes for the kill,again!Awesome!

    Vlad
     
  7. johnfindlay

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    its the piano players CD/writing etc.-so thats cool-
    i just thought the guitar sounded a little bit in a tunnel-
    maybe the mix engineer did that with reverb-but still not bad.

    thanks guys-ill post more info on the CD as it becomes available-
     
  8. scottl

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    SHMOKIN! Loved it bro!
     
  9. Sub-D

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    Yea John, that was a keeper take if ever I heard one, sounds like a great tune.....
     
  10. polifemo

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    I´ve never made any comment on your muscianship before - due to the fact that I "discovered" you only a couple of days ago - but I´ve heard the stuff on your website and I must say that youre a really talented musician!

    The playing/tone on this particular track sounds killer as well.
     
  11. BuddyGuit

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    Sounds real good...... you such a fine player!
     
  12. anyone

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    Absolutely killin'!
     
  13. fatback

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    that's some nice fat tone and cool attitude in the phrasing. sweet.
     
  14. BrandonT

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    Realy nice playing and dig the tone..
     
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    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    Excellent, excellent stuff. All the right ingredients - great groove and rhythm seciton. Tastey tones, great musical ideas and phrasing. Killer stuff man.
     
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    You've got the mojo.
     
  17. johnfindlay

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    Thanks for the positive feedback guys
    -im more critical of my playin as a
    sideman than my own stuff it seems
    -its always so rush-rush-but at least theres pay!

    lhallam: thanks for the mojostic vote!

    reminded me of a line of a song i wrote[which i prolly stole!]:

    before ya go to meet yer maker
    ya better shake yer mojo shaker


    jf
     
  18. Woodyworld

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    Crikey I almost missed this post. Thank goodness I saw it as I was scrolling. It's a fantastic take. I Really enjoyed it.
     
  19. Soulman

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    Hey John...if I didn't know it was you I'd think:

    "Hey this is Robben Ford.
    No... there is a lot more attitude and guts in this solo... either Robben has taken a self defence course and is doing part tima as a Ninja Turtle or this must be some other very cool dude!"

    That's supposed to be a big compliment. :rotflmao

    And you are right...the sound engineer put your solo behind the keyboards and it does sound a little muffled in the mix.

    Is the keyboard player the guy who's paying him? :p

    Great stuff.
     
  20. adamquek

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    That was smoookeeeng. I liked it, nice phrasing and pacing, and the tone and touch were great.
     

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