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Some jazzy minor blues....

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by scottl, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Sounding great, Scott! I dug the first tone (330b) best, then the last one. The middle one was a bit of a distant third for me.
     
  3. Woodyworld

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    Scott You already know my opinions on these Minor takes! Love em.

    Out of these posted here #1 is my favourite and 3 Is my second favourite.
    :)
     
  4. Tag

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    Great playing Scott! Love the playing in all of them... As I told you#1 is my fave tonally for sure. #2 my least favorite.
     
  5. glasman

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    Number one is my favoirte.....
     
  6. HarryJ

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    Jeeez... Stop that!!
    You are truly a sick puppy
    Great tone, Great playin'
    You should see my shocked and surprised expression... NOT! :)

    HJ
     
  7. Robert1950

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    +1. Keep it up.
     
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    sheesh -donno whats a tonestack-is it different pre-amp stages??

    Im on #1-im really trying to listen so I can be helpful-now to me its got a bit of spanky briteness on the top -WHICH-I think is needed-specially say to cut over keyboards ....

    #2----like too

    3#-i hear something false in the high-end-like added on top of distortion-tiny bit buzzy....

    I like #1 most

    jf
     
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    Hey Scott, I forgot to tell you that I listened to a bunch of those takes a couple of nights ago. I agree, #1 is best here. I also really liked CminorBleed1 - better than every other take, with maybe the exception of #1 here.

    Of course you know all my high end hearing is gone....

    Mike
     
  10. Red Ant

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    Nice diminished runs in there!!! I like the 2d take down best.

    Now stop messing around with tonestack settings and play more music!!!! You're a guitarist, dammit - not an electrical engineer! :FM :D
     
  11. tedm

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    man, I love all of them, but that first one really screams!! I want to play like that!!
     
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    #1 - It's got just the right sizzle on the top.
     
  13. Sub-D

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    i would like to be a non-conformist here, but #1's tone is the best to my ears for that track also, I think the extra top end cuts thru the
    rythym guit and snare & hi-hat a bit more and sounds a little more defined and tighter..but that said the 2 other tones sounded great too and would probably sound better then #1 on other tracks........in the end the playing was so good
    it doesn't really matter...if I only heard # 2 or# 3 I wouldn't have been thinking "damn I wish he would use a bit more top end".......
     
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    Great stuff as usual Scott---thanks for posting!
     
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    Scott, you are such an awesome player...

    Question - how loud is your amp when you record? Just curious....
     
  16. Dave Orban

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    As always, I want to quit playing after hearing you, Lerner... LOL!
     
  17. glasman

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    OT .....

    Hey Scott - Happy Birthday!

    :BEER
     
  18. Normster

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    +1 :)
     
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    Scott,

    They all sound great. I think I liked #2 the best.
     
  20. MarkusK

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    Hey Scott, Happy Birthday! Outstanding playing and tone as always, loved it! I liked #3 best, followed by #1. Markus
     

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