That Slow Beckish track everyone seems to like...

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by marinblues, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. marinblues

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    Sweet tone, man! I like it :)

    Kevin
     
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    Awesome again. This is still one of my favorite BTs and I still load it up and jam to it once in awhile.
     
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    Just excellent, Marin! I listened to this on repeat all morning...and then forgot to comment how much I liked it.
     
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    Wow Marin that was thick!!!
    Loved the lines and feel.
    :D
     
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    Marin, that's kller. I loved it.
    Thanks,
    Greg
     
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    Thanks guys!:dude

    You rock. Keep em' coming.
     
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    Dave,

    very tasty, very nice.

    Smooth and tasty.

    Marin
     
  12. Marcello

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    Great tone and soulful playing.

    what gear Marin ?

    thanks
     
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    Awesome clip dude.
     
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    What is the name of that song btw?
     
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    Excellent take Marin! Loved the phrasing and excellent bluesy note choice. Some nice vibrato in there too.

     
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    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.
     
  18. L5player

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    Here was my take at Wholenote on this track for anyone that may have missed it:

    Jim's take

    :D

    Jim
     
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    Great tone L5 and tasty licks too.
    What guitar and amp?
    gsozz
     
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    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. :)

    Jim
     

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