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Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by bigbreak, Jul 30, 2020.
Slow Blues in E. Have fun.
Thank you Russ:
Thank you BB, not only appreciated, but needed medicine, I may have to do a couple of these lol,
Nicely vocal playing and sweet old school vibe,
@fendrguitplayr - Nice tone and dynamics Mike - diggin' into those Blues.
@ASATKat - Gritty, raw and nasty blues riffin' ASATKat. Cool!
One take. Could've been better in places but spontanaity is probably preferable.
Take 2, more of a clean 1/4 way gain in crunch mode,
I wanted to play jazzier but that ol' slow blues just makes me want to pop and slap since I'm playing with my fingers. Blues wins, Louis Armstrong 'Oh Yea' ending with chords, sorta
96 Day Blues
Excellent BB by way of Peter Green, you do have a definite BB thing but it's more modern. And I like how you stayed so true to it. Good job Mr Street that happens to be E
@Alan L Cole - Sweet bluesy licks and phrasing.
@ASATKat - Both sound fine but I prefer the first take.
@estreet - Very good "live" sound in your take.
Russ, great track... thanks. These tracks are really alive. Love them!
Here is mine:
Thank you, I equally like both styles. But there is a "let loose" thing about the 1st that is a blast, the 2nd take is a bit more brain involved but not too much more.
I love playing chords even if it's not stylistically normal.
@estreet - Sweet bluesy take Carl. Nice phrasing and tone.
@DrB - Great laval-hot tone DrB. Volcanic Blues phrasing - explosive with a hint of Johnny Winter for me.
Man, that is Mike Bloomfield.
Hot day ... did another take of this down the bottom of the garden to video. I recorded the audio on a Sharp Minidisc recorder I've had for 28 years for added retro vibe!
Ya think? Ok
Got this one...