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    “Thick as a Brick pt. 1” Saturday Jam

    That was surprisingly good, and by that I don´t refer to your musical abilities but how your version can stand against my memory of the original. So, well done, the flute enhances the track nicely.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 337 Ballad

    @bullfrogblues : very nice, it has it´s floydish moments, I think. And, of course, my remark about the last week´s track was never meant as "wrong track! Get the right one immediately!"
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    Backing Track Challenge - 337 Ballad

    @bullfrogblues : the modulated delay in combination with note choice lets me think of the psychedelic era. And, by the way, you used the bt of the last week; confused me a little. @boop : you decided to play much faster as the rest of us. This gives the track an extra drive. I like how and when...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 337 Ballad

    @alainvey : I am really happy you are back, hope you had a good time during your absence. Your track surprised me; remembering your contributions you were a man of fast jazzy runs. Some of them can be found here too, but they are the icing on a mostly relaxed bluesy playing. Dig it! And, lovely...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 337 Ballad

    Tomorrow I will be Back home, then I can listen to your tracks.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 337 Ballad

    Oh, I´m the first? Well, then. A very predictable track, if you know my stuff. There is a discussion on another subforum if one could / should record a guitar track with the amp´s reverb. That gave me the idea to use the (nice) spring reverb of the Express for the main guitar track; sounded good...
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    Fading.

    Great stuff, beautiful!
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    Backing Track Challenge - 336 Vamp

    @clayville : lovely blend of ideas, the drone guitar and the more slow lead guitar go very well together, and so it´s not just noise, but a nice track.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 336 Vamp

    @Len058 : Mike nailed it. Cool track.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 336 Vamp

    @Phrygian77 : beautiful clean sound; your playing goes very well with the bt, like the outcome. @Mellencaster : well, this is a quite sophisticated track you made, more a soundscape than a classic guitar track. Anyhow, your guitar sounds very good. And your theme sounds familiar to me, but I...
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    Made Jaeger Schnitzel for dinner.

    Got something left?
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    Backing Track Challenge - 336 Vamp

    @Raimonds : lovely tone on the edge of breakup; I believe I can hear the tension in your playing that one has when jamming with a band (tension => energy). Good reaction to the dynamics of the bt. @NWinther : you also sound as if you recorded a jam with your band, groping your way through it...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 336 Vamp

    Yeah, a track where you just plug in and play along.
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    New Guitar Day - Music Man St Vincent

    Congrats on this guitar! Got one myself, the edition with a rosewood neck. The neck is a dream indeed. Have a lot of fun with it!
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    Backing Track Challenge - 335 Blues Rock

    @G-52 : I like your second version better; it seems to me that you are more telling a story than playing licks. Guitar sound, however, I prefer from the first track.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 335 Blues Rock

    @ASATKat : second version is very very nice! You guitar can be heard clearly, and you play and sound like an old blues boy. I like it very much.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 335 Blues Rock

    @SbS : now you can be heard very clearly! Like the fingerstyle, it brings you to the essence of the song. @bullfrogblues : lovely country / bluesy version. @ASATKat : nice, you made a high energy blues version out of it.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 335 Blues Rock

    @Mjark : beautiful relaxed playing; guitar sound fits well in there. @NWinther : nice twangy sound, good relaxed playing, though sometimes the rocker flashes through :-) @Mellencaster : track sounds like a jam on a porch on a warm summer evening @Raimonds : nothing to excuse for. You played a...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 335 Blues Rock

    Here we go. What you hear is a mix of two takes. I tried to transport a little of this JJ Cale feeling.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 334 Blues

    @SRHmusic : welcome! Very nicely done, you definitely had an idea what you wanted to say!
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    Backing Track Challenge - 334 Blues

    @montemerrick : hey, nice you joined in again after such a long time!
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    Backing Track Challenge - 334 Blues

    @Mjark : nice arpeggio riff to open with; beautiful mix of genres after that (minor, major pentatonics; sixths). @Raimonds : Latvia is rocking again! Love the double stops when it goes in part two, brilliant idea. @bigbreak : quite another vibe! @bgmacaw : slide guitar is always a way! @Alan L...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 334 Blues

    A really good new year to everybody, free from any severe threatenings. Here is mine, won´t get any better.
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    Backing Track Challenge - 333 Slow 60s Ballad

    @telekaster1999 : slow and expressive; I dig the double stops. @ghostchord : nice sound, makes the guitar somewhat unreal. You got some relly nice lines in there. @Mjark : very clever sound choice. One needs a while until you are sure that there is a guitar playing. Like the bluesy orientation...
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    Backing Track Challenge - 333 Slow 60s Ballad

    My late contribution:




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