Strut the Strut

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by pinner, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Playing over another great Althrax backing track. Al, great stuff!!!! I am using a friends Tomaszewicz TZZ-17H this time. hope you enjoy!!!

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/pinner/strut-the-strut-tomaszewicz[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     
  2. marsos52

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    you sound great as ever,, i most tell you, the tone of that amp is amazing..
    i listened to other vids of that amps after i heard your clip ... and im so impressed

    do i see one of them in your future??
     
  3. peterdjp

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    Tasty playing! Nice groove and tone.
     
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    Sound great, like playing and tone..
     
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    Loved the tone and playing, Stephan!

    Greg
     
  6. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it!!! It is a really sweet and fun amp. I have been thinking of either getting a grap and go D-style or getting something a little different like this. The 17 watter sounds great at home but I am worried if it would be enough at a jam or gig. Of course I will spend entirely way to much time thinking about it lol!!!!! Need to win the lottery.

    Thanks man!!! Need more Bludo clips!!!!

    Thanks a bunch!!!

    Thanks Greg!!! Take a stab at this one, I am sure it will sound great!!
     
  7. althrax

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    yeah baby :)
    Cool stuff dude... sweet tone too
     
  9. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Hey Harry!!!!
    Thanks for your comments and for checking it out. Hope all is well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. The bear

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    Some real nice ideas there man!
     
  12. journo

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    Hi Pinner,

    Very cool. Love the dynamics.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Wonderful take Steve! I hear lots of snippets of stuff you are adding to your vocab! Excellent!
     
  14. jetattblue

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    That's awesome. It's a great groove that got my foot tapping immediately!
     
  15. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks Jostein, means a lot!!!!!

    Thanks Mats!!!! The amp makes it easy.

    Thanks to YOU!! I appreciate the guidance and inspiration!!!

    Thanks, its one of Althrax's backers. Makes it easy to groove on!!!!
     
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    That's some nice playing Pinner, you should get the most improved award on TGP! Sounds like you've been in the shed..that reminds me, I should be doing the same...thanks for the inspiration.


    Chuck
     
  17. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks Chuck, that really means a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm sure you are able to tell I have been trying to get a hold on the triad on top of triad approach that you described. Starting to get it but got a long way to go to make it sound natural. Listening to you play is always inspiring and an education!!!!!!! Thanks again!!!
     
  18. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh yeah! Killer playing, Mr. Pinner!

    BTW - you da man!
     
  19. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks Les, but u da man!!!!!!
     
  20. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Just curious, when the chord modulates up a minor 3rd, what are playing?

    Listen to 0.25 to .032 - sounds like some altered triads.... Nice!
     

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