speaking of V-Picks

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by cdaloia, Jun 24, 2008.

  1. cdaloia

    cdaloia Member

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    It's interesting you can hear the stone actually hitting the string. I think if you used a snap top from a coke can it would sound great, it's just you.
     
  3. Lucidology

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    Chuck is so da man...
    Another wonderful number emerging from you two ...
    Something I've been meaning to ask Goombah...
    Do you play just a stock Tele (except for the Area T's)?

    Again... great thanks to your geneorisity I've so been enjoying your playing..
    Lot of straight ahead cats would flip out over your 5 star renditions of standards ...
     
  4. cdaloia

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    Thanks Paison.....
    My tele is a "66" and whoever had it before me carved it up a bit. Put buckers in. Carved the sides a little. Just cosmetic, so I had to make a pickgaurd to cover the holes up......
    But it's pretty much a standard tele (other than the area T's) that's been around the block many times.
    Old style bridge, tuners. There's a pic on my site. Got it for $250 in 1980.
    Best money I've ever spent!
    I used to do a lot of straight ahead playing so I guess it's still in there.
    Tele's will keep you honest.....IMO

    Chuck
     
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  5. JiMB

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    Thanks Chuck!

    I always look for new clips from you in this forum!

    Jim
     
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    killing chuck! nice tune and changes. beautiful playing my man!
     
  8. Mondoslug

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    As always great playing...nice picks too!
     
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    Really amazing playing Chuck, Iv,e been useing V-Picks since the beginning of the year and found the fullness in sound unbelievable. I play with the pick parrallel to the strings so there is less pick noise.........

    I could listen to you play all day. :AOK
     
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    Great as usual, Chuck, wonderful touch, rhythm feel and ideas!
     
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    Chuck, sounds fantastic! Fusiony, ECMish, and very modern sounding! This changes of this tune reminds me at times of the standard "Four". Just curious if that was any influence on this tune.
     
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    V-picks, :AOK
    what more can I say.
    Nice playing as always Chuck.
     
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    Nice Chuck! There is a Tim Miller tune that reminds me of this... I'll have to find the cut in my collection. Great playing here!
     

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