Based in part on Debussy's "Petite Suite"

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  1. blowtorch

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    ...the other bits, I made up. Although I'm sure they are highly derivative.

    Seemed apropriate for such a gloomy afternoon
     
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    Appropriate, even
     
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    I find it funny how i can play something absolutely perfect 9 dozen times in a row, but when the "tape" 's rolling, i am sure to screw it up :p

    This took way more takes than i care to admit o_O
     
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    Rock Star cool BT .
     
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    I've really been enjoying that classical- my newest addition to the fold.
    I've hardly played any electric guitar at all since I've gotten it
     
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    Very cool! LOL about recording, same here. I'm always been curious about classical strings and if there is such differing opinions and loyalty to certain nylon brands/gauges as there are when it comes to electric or acoustic brands/gauges.
     
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    Vikings invented Classical Guitar .
     
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    I started on nylon strings, but that was as a complete novice at like 10 years old.
    I hated it, because I couldn't sound like Scotty Moore and Chuck Berry :p
    Now I've come full circle and come to appreciate the unique sound, but I'm still a novice in that I've only been at playing a classical guitar for a month or so now.

    All I know in regards to nylon strings is that there are different tensions available, some like a more taut tension while some prefer a looser, floppier one.

    As in all things guitar- I'm sure there are those who will absolutely swear by this or that brand of nylon strings
     
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    Part of it sounds like montage music for a French movie, where the Viking meets grape-stomping Claudine and the English landlord villain meets a crossbow tragedy. There’s a comic truffle pig in the blooper reel.
     
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    I'm glad you caught the truffle-pig bit.
     
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    Truffle pig....truuuuffle pig(Homer voice).....anyways yes....it is always good playing either a classical or a steelstring acoustic, I never play the electric at home anymore, only when recording, the rest of the time I play my acoustics, I need to get a better nylon stringer though, it is my wifes old beater from the 70's, the bridge has threaten to come off for the last 20 plus years :D
    Nice little piece!
     
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