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That short Scho Stern jam

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Rid, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Trippy backing track ...
    Luv it when you wip out those whammy bar phrases ...
    You do it so musically ...
     
  3. jazzguitarplay

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing that
     
  4. Rid

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    Rid, I really liked you take on this track. I like the contrast of the neck and bridge p/u's. I actually favored the nice definition of the bridge pickup. The lines sounded nice and fluid. Great job on this.:D
     
  6. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Thanks :)
    Niels
     
  7. journo

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    Hi Niels,

    This was a cool take.
    I know I couldn't play over a trippy BT like that.


    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  8. Thor

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    Really liked that playing. I definatley would have lost my $hit over that funky backing track - sometimes the drums are just about falling apart but you managed to hang on and kept it together. Nice!

    Cheers,

    Edward
     
  9. scottl

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    Funky! Well done Rid. Some challenging changes you tackled very tastefully!
     
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    Thanks again...most kind all of you:)
    Niels
     

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