Midweek Backing Track(s) - Your Choice 11.24.21

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  1. ASATKat

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    Back porch, nice reverb, sweet clean tone, and you playing,
    on the back porch, 1+
     
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    This is #3, I'm using E Phrygian, and the exotic scale is the E Byzantine scale, also called the Arabic scale.

    E Byzantine and E Phrygian
     
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    I believe you previously indicated that you and your guest sometimes use these BTs to warm up to but its definitely cool to hear someone may be using their/your version for release. Please keep us in the loop on the release Russ. Great guitar work by the way.

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    And it'd be cool to see that studio (name/pics) and hear about some of the music being produced there, if I'm not being too forward.
     
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    Thanks for the tracks, #1. Tried out a new OD.
     
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    #2 for me.
    Happy T-day to all you TDPRIers! Stay safe.

     
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    Thank you Alan:) Track #1

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
     
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    Sweet tone and vamp Ken. Great riffin', technique, chordal work and octaves. You brought it on this one!
     
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    Your becoming a jazzer Andrew. Nice take and sweet double stops.
     
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    I had some weird problem where I couldn't get the track out of audacity on Windows. Anyway did a try yesterday, then gave up with the audacity problem, not being able to find the track. Now I found the track today. I only changed to the front pickup in the last 10 seconds, one take, angular playing, not really playing the song now that I hear it back.
     
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    This is the jazz-blues. I'm trying to get better at flowing between the changes. I'm playing Bb minor pentatonic on the I chord, Ab major on the IV and Bb major on the V. It seems to work, though my wife says it sounds like Starbucks coffee shop music. Starcaster neck pickup.

     
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    One more time with the blues

    I forgot the name of this tune, someone may know.

     
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    Blue Monk.
    Nice job.
     
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    Sounding good:) I’m glad you posted the chords. My thought process was Bb Mixolydean on the I chord, Eb Mixolydean on the IV chord, and F Mixolydean on the V chord. I also added flat 3’s to the mix… olydeans. After waking up a few brain cells, I’ve realized my approach is virtually the same as yours. I haven’t spent much time with the blues, so I find this interesting:)
     
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    Thank you for the track, Alan!
    I had some spare time this morning and decided to try #2.
     
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