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fenson
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Sad Moon

Post by fenson »

Hi,
Here again, thanks for your :welcome:
So here is my first post :D , hope you'll enjoy


Sad Moon.mp3 - (3.89 MiB)

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This you have done many times, it is heard. Well rehearsed and polished. In other words very good. :clap: :thumbsup:
Wondering how you sound with a BT or a band? It would be interesting to hear, too. :think:
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Warm up is done very well, you have all you need. :thumbsup:
Would love to hear you playing a song! :music2:
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Nice piece of playing - very bluesy guitar work there! :thumbsup: :cool:
An improv a day keeps the demons at bay!
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Good techniques, fluent playing. please fetch a backing an let us enjoy a song from you :thumbsup:
A long time ago, in the old forum : Registered: Mon, 27 Nov 2006. Wonder were the other old members all went....
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Re: Sad Moon

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Hello in there,
Sorry for being this late to answer and thank you all for your kind comments :D
Since some of you already ask for some more, I hope this one will please your ears...
A B flat BT with horn section to play my Eastman 186mx pluged into a Ceriatone LunchBox
and try to spice my playing with some licks and comping figures borrowed from Robben Ford...


BFlatBlues3.mp3 - (8.36 MiB)

Later,
IF
"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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You really know how to play the guitar. In my ears are your playing professionally.
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Very good indeed, congrats! :clap: :amp:
Jan 15th 2007
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+1, and the sound is very jazzy. Very fluid phrasing! :clap:
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Enjoyed listening to that ... as 12Bar says ... very fluid! Minor comment would be to direct feed the BT .mp3 into the mix rather than mic it in the air (if I'm guessing right that's the way you did it!). Great playing though
Mike
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Stolen licks and chords voicing from TBone, EC, Mr 335, and others, mixed up together for an evening blues ending a hard working day :cool:
Using my Epiphone Joe Pass Emperor II pluged into same amp but thru a different cab filled with Jensen speakers.


Restfull Mind.mp3 - (8.47 MiB)

Thanks gentlemen for your kind comment, indeed!

IF
"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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+ a good bit of RJ!

Wonderful - I took my guitar and noodled along. Very Delta-like, low down, original Blues! :pray:
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Thanks Admin!
Feel free to cut into (in order to create spece for your needs), add some licks of your own (you're a slider, aren't you?)...
Maybe we could make it a good starting point for an overdubing jam?

IF

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"What can I do with these chords that's interesting and unique?"... more here:
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"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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Thanks for the link and yes, I'd like to add some notes - later, at the end of next week my holidays are coming... :dance:
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"Restful Mind" is very classy playing. "Stolen licks and chords voicing" is what blues is all about when they're mixed to as good effect as this with your own style and interpretation. A great way to unwind after a hard day if you can do it! :clap: :thumbsup:
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Mr. fenson.

You play what I hear in my head but can't play. My brain has to many filters to let my fingers follow what I hear in my head.
Regarding you I guess you don't have the filters. Lucky you. :thumbsup:

Good speed, old boy. :beer:
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Re: Sad Moon

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Well, Thank you followers for your likes ;-)
@VB
Just love your "classy playing" :lol:
Blues is just like the one who was wonderfull that night.
It's all about the suit it wears, how it brushes its long light strings and how it puts on its makeup :lol:
"If you can do it" :think: I'm pretty sure you can! Let play your Parlor!

@12Bar
"later, at the end of next week my holidays are coming..."
It's up to you, take your rest, enjoy your free time with yours, and play over if you ever feel like a bit blue :D

@Mr Robinson
"You play what I hear in my head but can't play"
:think: If you got it in your head, let it down to your hands... It's just a question of pratcice...
Every licks or phrases i've played here are the most basic ones, and I'm pretty sure you know each of them already
I would certainly tab what you can't figure out over the fretboard, let me know

Later,
IF
"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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