SRV shuffle blues Fuchs ODS50 Eminence Wizard

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  1. Tomo

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    Clean, cool and no clams. That was great Tomo!

    -Mike
     
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    Tomo,

    That was sweet sounding! Hope all is welll-

    Steve
     
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    The master plays.
    We listen...and learn.
    Great stuff, Tomo!
    :cool:
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    Hi Mike,

    Thank you for your kind words. I use my right floating arm/hand?
    and I really worked on both muting technique. I still have to
    watch my self. Years ago, I had really bad picking habits. i picked
    everything really hard and I pressed my left finger with unnecessary
    forth into frets!!!

    I still have clams. I am working on it. Thanks.

    I like clean technique. Key is... practice with a rear pickup
    with treble 10(amp). Your picking will do tone control.


    Tomo
     
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    Yeah, RIGHT. Uh-huh. Suuuuuuurrrrre. We believe you, Tomo. :cool:

    This done with the SRV strat or the Suhr? Settings on the amp?
     
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    nice tomo! What guitar was that?
     
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    Hi Steve,

    How are you? I am doing well here.

    Thank you so much! I love simple blues.
    Maybe it's time for your lesson soon?

    Talk to you soon.


    Tomo
     
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    Fun stuff, Tomo. Is that the new Suhr? Which speaker(s) were you running the Fuchs through? One of the BB cabs?
     
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    Tomo,

    How are you? Your clip sounds cool. How do you like the Wizard? I have one coming in a couple of days to put in my Goodsell amp. It will be replacing a celestion CL80. Talk to you soon.
     
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    Hi Steve,

    Thanks again for coming to my clinic at Chicago ToneFest.

    You sounded awesome! I really enjoyed your playing.

    I am no master at guitar yet. That's why I am looking forward
    everyday working.

    You are great player yourself. I listen you too.

    Thanks for your kind words. I will go to Chicago again soon.


    Tomo
     
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    Great Clip, the only thing I heard was the excessive OD. Your technique will benefit much more, as far as touch, If you roll back on the OD or run the "edge of breakup" on the cleans. You've got awesome chops and its really down to hear/watch a player that is so aware of everything thats goin on on the frets yet keeps the soul alive an well in it. Keep up the amazing work!

    -Jon
     
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    I am really picky about my clams, muting technique. I was just teaching
    my tape lessons.

    I have many lesson ideas... but this one really works.

    1) Play slow blues in A. Using triads & bend(very specifc line as a etude)

    2) Play with overdrive pedal. Brighther setting.

    3) Play like a clean tone. So you have to pick notes
    really soft. If you hit normal, you will hear gain from od pedal.

    4) Play chords. 9th riffs with overdrive on. So that you can hear
    your noises from your left fingers.

    There are many things to follow this ex. That's what I do everyday.
    That's why I am into my lawns!

    This clip was ... SRV strat. Middle & rear pickups.

    I usually set my amp
    treble:6-7
    middle:4-5
    Bass:4

    Gain 1/2? them master. Now my amp is much creamy.



    Tomo
     
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    Bigi, Tomo!!

    That sounds very familiar to an amp in my living room! :AOK

    Just wish I could play as well as you do.
     
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    Hi Tomo
    Great to hear you live or recorded. Amazing talent pours from your fingers.
    BTW, do you still play your Fender's with the Klon? I loved the way you sounded with that setup.

    Gregory
     
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    Sounds like a really nice amp, Tomo.
     
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    Man, I wish I could pick as cleanly as you do. You're a great player.

    Mike
     
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    Tomo, that just made my Monday morning...! Always love hearing your clips! :dude
     

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