Backing Track Challenge 220 - Pop

Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mellencaster, Nov 1, 2019.

  1. Mjark

    Mjark Doctor of Teleocity

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    - I can hear the joy a new guitar brings!
     
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  2. guitarsophist

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    Sorry, I've been posting links to files on my guitarsophist.com blog. I've changed my ways and got with the program. Here it is on SoundCloud.

     
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    Here’s a late one:)
     
  4. udoering

    udoering Friend of Leo's

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    @RadioFM74 : I exspected to hear a good track, and I was not disppointed! I like how you start slowly with well chosen lines and then build it up in speed and with the second guitar (different sound, I guess) in more power.
     
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  5. udoering

    udoering Friend of Leo's

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    @guitarsophist : delicate playing delivers a light feeling; nice track.
    @G-52 : nice melodic playing with only few country lines; seems you are developing your playing (which does not mean that I do not like your country playing).
     
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  6. RadioFM74

    RadioFM74 Friend of Leo's

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    Yup, same guitar but different pickup and “patch” on the Mustang (the cleanish sound is a Tweed Champ model, the dirty one is a cranked tweed bassman with a treble booster in front… I think it’s a great lead tone!)
     
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    @RadioFM74 nice build up, the guitar sounds very good. I feel the happiness in your track, Happy NGD (new guitar day)!
    @guitarsophist with sound cloud, it makes your tracks more visible.
    @G-52 I like the happy, bouncy feeling in your track, with still some country lines here and there.
     
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  8. pj1440

    pj1440 TDPRI Member

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    A late rushed entry - forgive me, I am new here :)
    Squire tele -> BR80
    Went a little bad near the end. Criticism gratefully received.
     
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  9. Alan L Cole

    Alan L Cole Tele-Afflicted

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    @RadioFM74 - Hi! Nice tone and technique. Sweet lines, overall riffin' and energy. Nice!
    @guitarsophist - Delicate and sweet melodic playing and tone. Pretty pickin'.
    @G-52 - Nice Tele take Andrew. Cool clean Country vibe and doublestops.
    @pj1440 - Welcome PJ, no forgiveness needed. Beautiful production, tone and phrasing. Very nice track - keep 'em coming.!
     
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    Mellencaster Friend of Leo's

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    G-52 Not your regular styling but just as effective with your playing and very nicely done Andrew.

    pj1440 Welcome! No criticism will come from me on your take. It sounded very nice and sweetly played.
     
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