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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Mellencaster, Jan 31, 2020.
I set it to public now.............
Depends on your definition, so sure, whatever works for you.
Before starting with this one I had a picture in my mind of a solo singer and background vocals...
@tooloud - Nice tone and riffage throughout. Liked what you played for modulation too.
@udoering - Melancholy vibe with both guitars complimenting each other and nice riffs for modulation part.
@fendrguitplayr - Nice sixths you found a gospel feel. Nice bend on the modulation.
@Mellencaster - Masterfully phrased all the way through.
@guitarsophist - Quiet and meditative, maybe a tad dry?
@Raimonds - You made it an anthem.
@knh555 - Also soaring above.
@JCL50 - Really nice feel on this I loved it despite that one note.
@bgmacaw - Cool violin like tone on this.
@ASATKat - Your opening phrases were brilliant.
@Alan L Cole - Melodic Bluseiness!
@boop - Delicate lines I liked the cascading part you played and the nice thirds. You should have kept going!
@tooloud - Nicely built up backed off and crashing finish.
@udoering - Pretty tone on both guitars the harmony on the modulation was killer. Excellent idea.
tooloud Sweet tone all through, well played modulation section. Nice!
udoering A sweet a production of multiple guitar tracks. Love the emotion put into it and especially on the break and with a variety of tones and effects.Well done Ullrich!
@fendrguitplayr : nice sound, good melodies played; those sixths were great.
@Mellencaster : that overdriven sound assists your expressive playing very well; a lovely track.
@guitarsophist : nice clean sound; melodic playing with some sweet lines (1:20 ff)
@Raimonds : powerful sound, used with dynamics and skilful playing. A track that deserves a wind machine!
@knh555 : it seems interesting that the track brings everybody into emotive playing. Lovely sound!
@Mjark : I like the intro with the chords; good playing throughout. What you did on the quiet passage and the contrasting lead sound afterwards is killer.
@JCL50 : a bonus point for your track title! Lovely hairy sound, expressive playing. Quiet part / modulation is really nice.
@bgmacaw : the slow gear effect gives a nice violin vibe to the guitar. Very nice transition to the the overdriven lead sound! I like the echoes on the quiet part, and the modulation is your energetic climax.
@ASATKat : nice clean sound, emotive playing, good use of double stops and chords. Very good transition from quiet part to modulation.
@Alan L Cole : beautiful sound, expressively played. Good work!
@boop : nice mellow sound with a little hair; you sound like the track inspires you; what happened with the ending?
@tooloud : you used your powerful sound well to enhance your expressive playing.
@tooloud solid and powerful track.
@udoering great mixing ang playing, your multiple tracks are all audible and justified.
Nice tracks by all!
Heartfelt, nice job,
Plus choon, a new word, thanks
I like it. Good dynamics and feel.
Yea, lots of good playing. This sort of acoustic folk pop love progression always brings out the puppy dog love in me. Sort of like the first time in 1st grade when I saw a girl I fell for and she says "eew, get away from me bugger nose" and ran away with her laughing friends and it still hurts 60 years later regardless of electro shock therapy and skitzo drugs.
Fuel for emotive playing lol.
Seriously though, I do try to play sort of sad on purpose because sad conjours up the expressive, emotive, heartfelt playing inside me. Happy songs don't work near as well, happy songs are better for showing off pyro chops.
This is emotive. Your second guitar sounds good in this. Volume swells. You have some nice multi voice arranging. Very nice tones.
@alainvey : lovely guitar sound, played expressively and with very good technique. I don´t mean this as a critique, but I wished you would stayed in the mood of the opening part, that was beautiful.
@tooloud - Nice throaty tone. Works well for the track. Sweet licks too.
@udoering - This has a lot of thought and effort in it! As you often do, nice interplay between the guitars, and very complementary tones. The quiet part is quite beautiful.
@alainvey - What is "choon"? Sounds Korean. Subtle licks throughout. Nice feeling. Very classy.
I think in 1st grade "booger nose" is a term of endearment. I wouldn't linger over it.