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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Alan L Cole, Nov 23, 2021.
Back porch, nice reverb, sweet clean tone, and you playing,
on the back porch, 1+
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
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.
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.
Thanks for the tracks, #1. Tried out a new OD.
#2 for me.
Happy T-day to all you TDPRIers! Stay safe.
Thank you Alan Track #1
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Sweet tone and vamp Ken. Great riffin', technique, chordal work and octaves. You brought it on this one!
Your becoming a jazzer Andrew. Nice take and sweet double stops.
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.
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.
One more time with the blues
I forgot the name of this tune, someone may know.
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
Thank you for the track, Alan!
I had some spare time this morning and decided to try #2.