tele jazz in c

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  1. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    Whoever's playing in the background is absolutely horrible; they aren't in tune with you and can't seem to follow anything your doing.
     
  3. tedm

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    Agree the first 40 seconds are pretty rough, but I think we're back in tune after about 40 seconds in.

     
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    Fire the backing track.
     
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    and what bit rate? need some added rhythm on it??

     
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    Why is the term "jazz" in the title of this thread and on that mp3?

    And is all the microtonal stuff intentional?
     
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    Beacause it's jazz, and yes it is intentional although my tele does not have the BFTS.

     
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    O. I wouldn't have called it that. I guess you're free to call it what you want, but I'd be curious to know your definition of jazz.
     
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    Well, if I close my eyes and relax, I can taste your playing through my nose.
     
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    would you call it?

     
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  13. Kappy

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    Something like neo-apocalyptic lords of exsanguination, personally.
     
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    Actually, a little cowbell might fix it right up. Do you have a cowbell? That would spice up the rhythm section just fine.
     
  15. Todd Lynch

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    rocks pretty hard for 'jazz' - really needs more cowbell though
     
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    I think the amps high speed woofle nuts are out of bias.........
     
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    Brings a tear to my eye as always
     
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    That's what jazz is all about ...

     
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    that was interesting, in an American Idol sort of way....:AOK
     

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