guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » November 30th, 2009, 10:40 am

I will up load a new backing track AND keep the original.
thanks for the quick feedback.

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by smokindog » November 30th, 2009, 5:24 pm

That's OK with me. Just save a spot on the new jam for me. I will be having hip surgery in the morning but will be back home by Thursday or Friday. I can do some guitar playing as part of my rehab :lol:

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » November 30th, 2009, 5:40 pm

Gabba Gabba Hey wrote:Your call, dogbite, but if there's enough interest for one group, keep me in.

I will take any spot that will keep the remaining team going. so I will continue to host
the Winter Solstice Jam.

I also just now posted another jam I will host for December.
it is the guitarnoise Blue Winter Jam.
unlike this jam that does indeed shift in minor thirds
the Blue Winter jam is a twelve bar blues jam.
I found a very cool backing track.

so Solstice emigres go to the bluer, cooler, darker side of Winter.
brrrr. I will see you there. 8)

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by smokindog » November 30th, 2009, 6:07 pm

If you keep the solstice jam I'm still in that also :twisted: I can probably get a ringer or two if you need em :twisted:

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » December 3rd, 2009, 5:15 pm

checking in. I believe we have a quorum.
wishing a speedy recovery for smokingdog.
the jam has four parts.
four players are
in no particular order:
DanT
GabbaGabbaHey
dogbite
smokingdog

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by smokindog » December 4th, 2009, 3:51 pm

I can take it out.How do you want the timing? Give me a few days to get started :D

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » December 4th, 2009, 5:17 pm

the parts are obvious. I haven't timed it yet, but there are four parts. each part has four chord shifts.
so everyone should start on the beat when Bflat comes around.
dog, the ending is abrupt on the backing track. I realized the original creator did that so as to loop it.
I can now add another set if I want, etc. in the case of this jam, I could do a fade out. or anything for that matter.
so if you have ideas let me know.
I'll post the timing or part sheet later. soon.

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by Dan T. » December 5th, 2009, 2:41 pm

I took the 1st section. Just sent you my part dogbite.
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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » December 5th, 2009, 5:19 pm

Dan T. wrote:I took the 1st section. Just sent you my part dogbite.
cool. and wouldn't you know. I had just sent you an email telling you I received the tracks
and asked which section. funny.

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by Dan T. » December 5th, 2009, 6:42 pm

dogbite wrote:
Dan T. wrote:I took the 1st section. Just sent you my part dogbite.
cool. and wouldn't you know. I had just sent you an email telling you I received the tracks
and asked which section. funny.
Yep, and I just replied to your email telling you it was the 1st slot. :lol:

**Note to self, check forums 1st. :wink:
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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by Gabba Gabba Hey » December 6th, 2009, 5:05 am

dogbite wrote: in no particular order:
DanT
GabbaGabbaHey
dogbite
smokingdog
If Dan's got slot 1 and Smokingdog had the 4th in the original first team, maybe just keep it in this order? I'm totally indifferent; just let me know what you decide. 8)

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by Dan T. » December 6th, 2009, 6:03 am

Sounds like a plan to me GGH. My part ends at 1:23, so take it away. 8)
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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by dogbite » December 6th, 2009, 6:20 am

1. DanT.............................finished
2. dogbite..........................finished
3.GabbaGabbaHey................finished
4. smokingdog..

waiting on you two. smokingdog. how is the recovery going?


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the solstice is fast approaching. December 21st. the shortest daylight and the longest night.
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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by Gabba Gabba Hey » December 12th, 2009, 6:14 pm

Dogbite, mine's on the way. Kind of rushed and a little sloppy, but it's done. And I got a little bit of the Nutcracker in there. :lol:

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Re: guitarnoise Winter Solstice Jam

Post by smokindog » December 12th, 2009, 6:58 pm

I'm working on my part.No jumping off the half-stack just yet :lol: should have it done late this weekend. :D

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