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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by fendrguitplayr, May 11, 2021.
This one is change of pace, have fun with it.
Ganja induced Rastafarian Rock I'd say - nice riffin' Mike.
Thanks Alan but with no inducements of anything. I tried a rhythm track then went for an edgy sound for a change.
@Alan L Cole - Your 'Island Sands' was a treat to listen to. Very nicely played and love that outro. Very cool!!!
@Thoughtfree - I liked your fluid lines and the 0.56" part then more nice picking, riffs and tone.
@telekaster1999 - Good woody tone and sweet lines/riffs/licks throughout, 1:25 you dug in. Nice!
Thank you, good choice.
Reggae jam on the Russian River aka The Twirling Goddess experience
Interesting that you picked that time, exactly when I switched from the Sparkle Drive to Wampler Belle
Strat neck pickup.
@ASATKat - Are you coughing at .031/32? Other than that a nice listen to your soundscape here. Played well.
@guitarsophist - The Strat neck pup sounds really nice here. I liked your pieces of melodies scattered about on your take. Very cool.
Finally had a few minutes do a quick one, first take, lots of warts etc.
Also, my phone be refuses to embed the SoundCloud link. Sorry guys.
@fendrguitplayr Really nicely composed and mixed. It had a Pink Floyd meets the Wailers thing going that was super cool.
@Alan L Cole Nice spacey vibes, and some killer runs. I like the little hook you created.
@Thoughtfree Really enjoyed it, nice tone and some slick lead lines, i especially like the little Djangoesque flurries.
@telekaster1999 I like the quiet-loud-quiet dynamic, really killer overdriven tone that highlights the bluesy lead.
@ASATKat That was a surreal jam. The ambient noise in the background and the acid drenched guitars took me back to reaggae themed coffeeshop in Amsterdam that I used to spend a lot of time in when I was there.
I always struggled with reggae so this was a great challenge!
Again no hurry or much, kept it simple....thanks for a nice track!
This take is more straight up backing track/guitar. Pumped up some blues tone for a strong voice. I tried to insert in some humor in my playing, so you might get an urge to laugh at my playing, once again lol.
I liked how my guitar sounded in the low register, country ready with a strong urge for a blues tone, classic Leo magic.
Reggae Sol Jam
Very lyrical, was that you on the pedal or was that a touch wah? The wah sound made me salivate, like I was feeding a baby, sympathetic salivation.
Gotta go, I feel the need for some breast feeding now, and maybe a change.
very nice melodic chords in the 2nd guitar. beautiful reverb, fitting for your playing, I thought I heard a Jimi reference, that makes it so cool, ok, more Jimi...
"Scattered Melodies" is what I should have called it!