@Alan L Cole - Rockin riffs and a sweet tone to match .Great energy all through. @fendrguitplayr - Sweet lines all through, Mike. Dual guitars worked really well as they progressed into the track. Very nice. @bigbreak - Great ensemble of instruments, Russ. Love it. @ASATKat - Rockin it all way and sweet memorable riffs.
@Alan L Cole : you really went wild this time! @fendrguitplayr : like Mike stated, the two guitars went very well together. I like that you did not try to speed up. @bigbreak : the one man band stroke again! Lovely track as always. @ASATKat : you surprised me again, playing that thing like this! @Len058 : no, you are not to slow. Like the way you play it. Just wished you would have stayed with that clean sound (I know, I know, I didn´t do it myself).
@Alan L Cole - Like you, I thought of Chuck Berry, but then you took it other dimensions. Nice! @fendrguitplayr - Nice opening riff. It seems we all turned into Chuck Berry today! And then some slide! @bigbreak - Cool steel stuff! Sounds so sweet. And honky tonk piano too. @ASATKat - Beethoven done rolled over. Nice squawky tone that Beethoven might not have gotten, but he's an old guy. @Len058 - It's a fast tempo alright but you did fine. You got more comfortable as you got into it. @udoering - Yes, it is hard to be imaginative at that speed for that long, but you managed to do it. The tone reminded me of the Beatles a bit. The fast picking around 2:30 was nice. @SbS - Interesting tone for this style. Lots of nice pull-offs. On the second one, is that your thinline unamplified? My Starcaster is kind of loud acoustically but I don't think I could mic it.
Yeah it's unamplified, but the process was a bit uncomfortable. Had to place the mic just few centimeters from the f-hole. And stay as still as possible, plus not hitting it with strumming hand. Also interface's mic preamp was like 3/4 from maximum.