Midweek backtrack....

Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by NWinther, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. NWinther

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    Here is a mellow one.
    Have fun!
     
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    Here is mine. Thank you Niels:

     
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    Never Forget

     
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    Very nice, great tone, I was waiting for you to start playing Wicked Games, that's the tone!!!
     
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    @Mjark - Nice subtle wiggle stick on intro, then smooth sailing with nice tone and phrasing.

    @Alan C Cole - Some parts here remind me of Stephen Stills' playing on first CSN album, nice lines and tone.
     
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  7. Alan L Cole

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    @Mjark - That was very nice Mark - emotive and nice tone.

    @fendrguitplayr - Pretty and melodic Mike. Nice homage.
     
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    First time caller- sloppy but one take...
     
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    Welcome @Bulldoggio. Sweet riffin' and tone - very nice kickoff track! Keep 'em coming and don't be a stranger.
     
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    Here's mine. Tele, stereo, piled on the dirt & delay.

     
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    Today I'm doing something I've never done before, got my guitar on my lap and I have a real Corisidin bottle slide and I'm going to play me some slide because today is a good day to take on a little risk, and win. No matter how my slide sounds I'm glad I took the risk.
    9/11 makes me mad and I want to live harder today. Today I'm a slide player. Even attempted some slant bar. Standard tuning.
    Had to cut it short because the next tune would start. Took me 5 times not to get that in the recording, so crappy end.

    Today
     
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    @Bulldoggio - very nice playing and dynamics!

    @f69tele - lots of soul in your take with nice harmony lines. (Harmonizer?)

    @ASATKat - today you ARE a slide player and sounding very cool.
     
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    Slop?, We need to embrace our inner slop. I happen to like the slop I hear from you, I'd like to hear more. Hopefully this is not just a visit.
     
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    Thank you! And no, no harmonizer just playing old school double parts.


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    I’ll second that! Very nice playing.


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    Thank you, earlier today I are a slide player,
    =)

    Maybe I should play slide more and get good technique for this lap approach, upgrade from the Coricidrin bottle, I have a lap steel bar, a bit heavy on my strings. I don't care if I hear frets, they fix intonation whenever you need it.
     
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    Thank you guys for the kind words. There certainly were a lot of excellent contributions. f69tele, you put in a LOT of work! Good job!
     
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    @f69tele - Great feel to your melodic playing here. Your harmonized guitar parts are nicely done.

    @ASATKat - A spacy vibe to your slide work here - different and cool.
     
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    Thanks for the nice comments fellas. Enjoy a good challenge playing styles I’m not accustomed to. As for the work and harmonizing, it’s all fun!


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    Hmm, my slide playing is a fail, took the chance , couldn't do it. I don't feel bad, no likes is saying "stick to your true thing" and that's a positive thing to say.

    Guess fingers will have to do lol.

    But dang, it was fun sliding around.
     
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