I accidentally had more fizz in this tone than I had intended. When working with a piano I like to cut the highs, but those high G notes just sang with this tone, and it kinda pulled me along
You know, that’s exactly what it sounds likes. Good call and thanks for your kindness!Sounds melancholy, but in an oddly uplifting way.
I like the tone you got one this one, almsot sounds like a fuzz with the guitars volume rolled back.
thank you sir!!I think the tone works really well actually. This is some great playing!
You are a kind young man, thanks!Dude, you sound great!
Thank you!Very nice indeed
Thanks for the listen. I’ve been beating the crap out of that thing for 31 years nowGood stuff. Makes me want to add a black strat to the collection.
You are as wise as you are kindAgreed.
I had a black strat for many years and they seem to grab notes other strats can't.
If by “melodic” you mean “old and slow”, then you are right on!Very cool. I had to replace my black 94 Strat pickups twice to get that kind of sound. I have a set of DiMarzio Area 58 and 61, and a set of Fralin Split Rails, both get me well into Strat territory, after the Fender Noiseless didnt' quite cut it for me. But Im not as melodic as you are!
That means a lot, from a guy who plays like you! Thanks for the kind words!Just by listening to it I would say it's pretty good, and with a very good sense of melody. But for being an improv, it's really great!!
See above!Feelin' it man!!!
Thanks!!Very nice. That's what I want my Strat to sound like (but can never seem to make it happen). Could you share your tone secrets?
Thanks BM!! I’m patiently waiting for your next original song!!i didnt mind the extra fizz. I think a little hair worked well on this track. great tune! It's got a nice uplifting feel