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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by marinblues, Sep 25, 2005.
...I'd thought I'd have a take as well!
The Slow Beckish - my take
thanks for listening.
Sweet tone, man! I like it
Awesome again. This is still one of my favorite BTs and I still load it up and jam to it once in awhile.
Just excellent, Marin! I listened to this on repeat all morning...and then forgot to comment how much I liked it.
Dig your take marinblues! Great vibe!
Here's my hack at it:
Well, i had to go at it again.
Wow Marin that was thick!!!
Loved the lines and feel.
Marin, that's kller. I loved it.
You rock. Keep em' coming.
Wow, awesome playing!
Expressive and fluid phrasing.
Nice, thick tone as well.
very tasty, very nice.
Smooth and tasty.
Great tone and soulful playing.
what gear Marin ?
Awesome clip dude.
What is the name of that song btw?
I came across the backing years ago. It is from a Boss Jam Station. I recorded my "tune" Bluetude http://www.scottlernermusic.com/music/Bluetude.mp3 using it. I host the Slow Beckish Backing that I and others have been jamming to. Here it is http://www.scottlernermusic.com/backings/SlowBeckishBacking.mp3
Now to listen to these takes......
Excellent take Marin! Loved the phrasing and excellent bluesy note choice. Some nice vibrato in there too.
Marinblues - good stuff as is the usual
Nomadgtr - really like your unconventional approach. Slipping in different rhythmic ideas within the lines, playing through the changes, throwing in a variety of techniques, yeah baby. You've got your own voice which is no easy trick.
Dave35 - Great method to keep a zillion choruses interesting. You are one who serves the music.
Here was my take at Wholenote on this track for anyone that may have missed it:
Great tone L5 and tasty licks too.
What guitar and amp?
Thanks. The guitar is a 1958 Gibson 175, no amp, just a POD Pro direct via digital connections.
I think the 58 humbucker (the real deal) gives a nice tone to the guitar. The Gibson didn't seem all that old to me when I bought it in the 70's.