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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by fendrguitplayr, Jan 14, 2020.
Short one, have fun with it!
Just a jam.
Nice tone and creative lines especially liked the octaves.
Nice quote! Meaty tone too.
Dark and Smoky. Great feel.
Very cool take with good plank spankin' all about.
This is me and my Agile playing the same little riff over and over. It is definitely more ambient than funk.
@Mjark - Great intro, great tone, and great use of delay. And octaves too! You were clearly having fun!
@fendrguitplayr - That slow, savory playing is just what this track calls for.
@Alan L Cole - The two guitars work nicely together. The stuttery one sounds like some kind of satellite communications. It generates a lot of interesting textures.
It doesn't sound repetitive to me. Nice groove.
Doesn't sound repetitive to me either and ambient or alternative funk is good too.
What I meant was that I stayed pretty much in the same position at the eighth fret and played rhythmic figures more than lines. It is variations on the same theme over and over, with a few diversions. But I guess I made enough alterations to make it a little bit interesting. I tend to be kind of a minimalist these days. Thanks for the kind words!
@Mjark - Hip vibe Mark. Sweet!
@fendrguitplayr - Another track with a cool, chill vibe Mike.
@guitarsophist - Take me to your leader, Ambient vs Alien funk fest - cool.
There's no melody without rhythm! I played one note for quite some time.
Neil Young can make a whole solo on one note. It is usually a pretty good note played loud with grimacing and dancing and a lot rhythmic intensity.
I just noticed this about half an hour ago. Thanks, Mike.
@Mellencaster - Sass in the swagger. Cool fx and riffin' Mike.
@Mjark - Your title should have read Dr. Drizzle of Funk. Sweet octaves and phrasing, Mark.Very nice!
@fendrguitplayr - Cool and chill! Strutting your stuff with that Strat it sounds good, Mike!
@Alan L Cole - I think this would represent every cool tv theme from the 70s. Smokin take Alan!
@guitarsophist - Perfect tone for funk and far from repetitive and sounded good to me, your playing was engaging and to the point.