Backing Track Challenge - 321 Slow Rock

middy

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Just use the directory part of the link.

E.g.; instead of

Code:
https://soundcloud.com/andrew-midthune/project-7?si=de9b7550703c46b4b7e5f0b062c75bce

use

Code:
https://soundcloud.com/andrew-midthune/project-7/
 
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@SbS - I must have got your track at an edit mode an hour ago. I would call this a sweetly played version at a nice slow pace and very good clean sound to accentuate your phrasing.
 
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udoering- You're not alone in being hung up on a tone, I can't count how many times I've gone through that but you've picked a good one, nice saturated tone, and really expressive phrasing. You made it your own in most parts. Very good, Ullrich.
 

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I decided to play I Can't Tell You Why.

Why did I finally decide to play it after three long pages in this thread?
I can't tell you why.

I Can't Tell Why


I can tell you why ...
Because it's a beautiful melody. Perfect in fact. Everybody should learn it.
Nice job too. The occasional dbl stps work great!
 

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@G-52 : beautiful clean sound, slightly jazzy vibe - nice!
@telekaster1999 : lovely tone, with a bit of hair, relaxed bluesy playing.
@NWinther : expressive playing, nice swells and that bend at 2:30. Good work!
@bigbreak : just beautiful! The steel guitar finds great notes.
@Mellencaster : well built up, and an interesting sound. Do you have some fast modulation on the guitar?
@Mikejazz : what an opening! Nice rocking version till the end!
@fendrguitplayr : your version sounds a bit like the one G-52 did, but yours is more on a bluesy way.
@guitarsophist : lovely sound! I love it when the octaves come in.
@Mjark : great sound, expressive playing. Good use of arpeggios and a lot of bends.
@JCL50 : very well played, and I dig how you react with your note choice to the different chord changes.
@Alan L Cole : Mike´s right. You adopted the blues to the more rocky and jazzy chord changes.
@Len058 : nice sound at the edge of breakup, relaxed but emotive playing.
@klasaine : oh yeah, of course I didn´t know there was an original song, and I didn´t hear it now. Anyhow, your´s sounds like a well thought out piece of music, played very well.
@middy: what I just said to klasaine applies to you also. Good stuff!
@SbS : you went the more jazzy way, nice and relaxed playing.
@ASATKat : beautiful sound and playing on the lead guitar; the rythm guitar you added sounds good too, but sometimes is just a little too loud. Second track: whatever it is, you played it very well.
@bgmacaw : nice guitar sound, and I really dig the melody you were playing.
 




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