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Yeah, I couldn't resist.
Great take Mark. The tone on the higher frets is super sweet. Are you playing with your fingers?
Here's mine. Mex Tele w/CC pkup ...
I've never heard the term applied to anything other than the Marshall JTM-45 combo made famous by EC while playing with John Mayall and the...
@Peegoo ... That one wins the 'backing track internet' today.
Very cool. Bravo!
Cantaloupe Island is the 'other one' from Empyrean Isles - 1964... and in F minor.
Watermelon Man is from his debut record (as a leader) in 1962,...
Ha, ha! Yeah, guilty of plagiarizing the 'Dan plagiarizing someone else.
I'm glad you like the crunch. I treated myself to a new amp sim today. I...
Now that's an approach that woulda never crossed my mind. Very cool!
I dig the regen at the end.
Was teaching this to my son on piano recently. Always a cool tune.
Another vote here for the Sennheiser HD-280 pros.
$99.00 everyday, everywhere.
Don't sweat the impedance thing unless it's closer to 100Ω. The...
You've obviously missed posts #6 - #12.
Other than clarifying the Freddie Greene thing, I like your original post, agree with it and think it's...
1) I did say "more of what a piano player would play". I did not say not 'exclusively'.
2) The term didn't exist when FG developed his playing...
For what it's worth, 'shell' voicings are more of what a piano player would play in their left hand while soloing. As alluded to by BigDaddy above.
It isn't. It's 'outlining' what the full harmony would be. That's how shell voicings work.
Listening back 20+ hours later I can hear the anger too. Something about that chord progression makes me aggressive.