TDPRI Pre Hump Day Backer 11.03.19

Discussion in 'Twanger Central' started by Alan L Cole, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Mikejazz

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    @NWinther - Liked the "slippery" feel, reminds of Jeff Beck. Played with very good taste and lovely spacey tone
     
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  2. Mikejazz

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    @udoering - Sweet relaxed lines, full of dynamics and heartfelt, all with a perfect warm mellow tone.
     
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  3. Mikejazz

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    @fendrguitplyr - Liked the chords idea at start and dual guitar ideas. Calm and restrained melodic lines, tasty doublestops.
     
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    @Mjark - Love the warm tone and the well paced, relaxing bluesy lines
     
  5. Alan L Cole

    Alan L Cole Tele-Afflicted

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    @Mjark (Dark) - Again, really nice sounding chords Mark and cool bluesy runs.
    @fendrguitplayr - A Swirling, languid and pretty take Mike, like an autumn leaf falling from a tree.
     
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  6. f69tele

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    Here's an offering from the Thinline '69RI
    Middle Position on the selector switch

    *made a little modification to the track at the end, and shortened it a little.

     
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  7. guitarsophist

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    This one is really laid back. It's my Casino. I am trying out Soundcloud too, since it seems like that is what is done around here:

     
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  8. fendrguitplayr

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    Hot dayum! Superb in all respects.
     
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  9. Alan L Cole

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    @f69tele - Ah, wow... that was impressive f69! A lot of cool 6 string technique. I'm smelling a ringer...;)
    @guitarsophist - I'm glad you followed f69tele and not me. Seriously though, nice emotive playing. Very sweet phrasing - welcome to SoundCloud.
     
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  10. fendrguitplayr

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    I went kind of the same route as you. Just laid back and sweet.
     
  11. guitarsophist

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    Late to the listening party again.

    @Mikejazz - Cool octaves! Inventive riffing and interesting phrasing.
    @Alan L Cole - I like the way the guitar at the beginning kind of swirls around like the organ does. Nice scalewise riffing.
    @ndcaster - The octaves at the beginning sound really interesting with the delay and and the tremelo guitar. The the clean octave stuff sounds really nice too.
    @roger@pennyflic - Really big fat tone! Nice off the pick harmonics too. A couple of Gilmourish bends.
    @NWinther - Yeah, you sound fully functional to me. It sounds really smooth. Weird ending though. Delay pedals do get sick some times.
    @udoering - A great range of distorted and clean playing. I like the spaces between the riffs too. We often forget that space is good.
    @Mjark - Nice clean tone. Lots of space. Nice chord work. The backing track got a little soft in the mix though.
    @fendrguitplayr - Chorus! A good idea for this track, as are the short plucky notes. Nice interplay between the guitars.
    @f69tele - I like the kind of rolling quality to all the riffing. It is tele country jazz. Extremely cool. Oh, and was that a transposition at the end?
     
  12. ASATKat

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    Lots of things I like, I like the fast tight vibrato, I like the solo, I like the octaves, very creative.
     
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    Thanks a million!

    Thanks a hundred million! ;)

    Thank you & yes - I modulated the track at the end up a 1/2 step to give it some pizzazz, then added the 3-part harmony.
     
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    Thanks....
    Nopes no bad delay...just me whacking the strings with my pick...all that polite playing needs alittle balance sometimes ;)
     
  15. udoering

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    @Mikejazz : I dig the opening (and other passages) with the octaves; I also like how you incorporate bluesy licks. Good mixing, too; your guitar blends well with the bt.
    @Alan L Cole : nice sound, with some hair but still very clear; the Jaguar? You play it, like Mikejazz, more on the busy side, but that goes well with the bt.
    @ndcaster : nice dark sound, especially when you play octaves. And I dig that tremolo guitar you added; had tried that myself, but couldn´t find a way so that it doesn´t distract from the main guitar - you did.
    @roger@pennyflic : the sound of your guitar let me think of a Gary Moore thing - nice. Well played, too! Transports a lot of energy.
    @NWinther : Alan nailed it!
    @Mjark : lovely clean sound. Nice combination of single note playing and arpeggios / chords; you got some sweet bluesy licks in there!
    @fendrguitplayr : nice chorussed, broad sound; love all those double stops and your chilled playing throughout. That occasional muted guitar is the icing on the cake.
     
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    @f69tele : your opening alone is worth hearing the track, and what comes after it is as good. Love that snappy Tele sound. You also found some beautiful lines as a motive.
    @guitarsophist : nice laid back playing. The theme with the double stops sounds so good!

    Today I will have a trip to the music store; I want to get some better nearfield monitors (without spending a month´s salary). Hope I will find something.
     
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  17. ndcaster

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    here's a morning take, more what I heard and couldn't quite get out last night

     
  18. ndcaster

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    I have to get to work, but some sincere praises

    @Mikejazz love that single-line opener, elegant city at night tone, many third chorus beauties
    @Alan L Cole beautiful tone, superb little hammer-on decorations and sense of legato
    @roger@pennyflic gotta admit I was skeptical about the high-gain tone, but your bends and upper octave work were so convincing that by the end I was thinking this is Jimmy Page in a gospel church
    @NWinther I'm totally stealing that little squiggly bend around 1:20 and the tremolo picking is something no one else has done, so effective
    @udoering you're a master of beautiful openers, nice use of space, and I liked how you were using that bend motif in the third chorus, really nice
    @Mjark such a cool tone on that guitar; I thought you were going to get surfy on us with a vibrato bar because of all the chord work; nice sweet bends and lyrical phrases
    @fendrguitplayr those double stops are sweeeeet
    @f69tele dude, you are so BASED; that was great! and so instructive with the triplets; clinic level
    @guitarsophist love the laid-back comfort feel, like this is no sweat, that's the vibe

    what I found hard: a) thinking over multiple verses and how to bring variety to 5 minutes; b) wondering how to incorporate fast playing; I could feel the subdivide but didn't have time to work out the fast triplet phrases I heard in my head; and c) finding a good time in the evenings

    the goal here is to do one-take passes, right?
     
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  19. FenderGuy53

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    Sweet! Sweet! Sweet! Thanks, ALC! :)
     
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  20. Alan L Cole

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    Thank you Ullrich. It is my LP Special w/ P90s on this one.
     
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