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Jazz to the Bone

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Song page:

101-157....The Celt
258-end....Dan T
Over a nice BT from the Fender Forum Guys

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Posted : 02/12/2007 11:38 am
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Excellent! Very smooth. Smokindog, can't deny the blues in your entry!

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Posted : 02/12/2007 1:04 pm
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Great job, you guys.

Greg, OMG, when your "keyboard???" sounding part came on, I started looking for my telephone. I thought it started ringing. :D

Smooth licks, John.

Smokin'....need I say more? :wink:

Way to bat clean up, Dan!!!

8) 8) 8)


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Posted : 02/12/2007 2:58 pm
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Greg, OMG, when your "keyboard???" sounding part came on, I started looking for my telephone. I thought it started ringing. :D

lol -- that's the chee-zee organ patch on the Pandora PX4. Has little problem tracking sometimes and goes off into spa-a-a-a-a-ce! Sometimes I can't resist ...

-=tension & release=-

Posted : 02/12/2007 11:55 pm
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Nice jobe all. I can really hear improvement in everybody's playing. Yes even with you veterans. You know who I'm talking about. A nice listen.

Posted : 04/12/2007 4:46 pm
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Very Cool and really Jazzy.
Very good playing from all of you.

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Yamaha RGX 320FZ electric guitar/Egnater Tweaker 15 amp.
Yamaha RBX 270 bass/Laney DB 150 amp.

Posted : 06/12/2007 4:05 pm
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Thanks to those who left comments.

I'd love to play cool jazz guitar, but alas, this is what you get when I try. :roll:

Great job everyboby, and Greg, I reached for my cell phone too! :lol:


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Posted : 08/12/2007 12:27 pm
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Great job! I like very much each one of the parts. Very nice and jazzy tones.

Thanks for sharing. :D

Posted : 09/12/2007 7:50 pm
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Thanks for all the nice comments :D and thanks to Greg, Dan, and John for helping me out here 8) Great job guys. I didn't really know what I was doing, but I never let that stop me :lol:

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Posted : 09/12/2007 8:04 pm
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That's really nice. Did you put the drum and bass parts in? Great guitar tone.

Posted : 10/12/2007 11:41 am
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Thanks Ray, I got the backing track from the folks at the fender forum. They have a hundred or so backing tracks on a sound click page :D

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Posted : 10/12/2007 1:19 pm
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8) 8) 8) 8) 8)

I got more hip just by listening to that. It was great to hear the different tones from you guys. Sounded like a good colab should, as in a bit different sound from each of yooze guyz.

This might be inspiration enough for me to get off my fat a** and learn something besides rhythm.

Dawg, you got that whole bluesy tone thing going on in good fashion. Is that mic'd from your new amp?

To all, I'm interested in knowing how you recorded, what you used, amps, axes, etc. I'm thinking of posting some of my very low skill, just barely beyond beginner rhythm stuff. Give everyone a good laugh and make all feel better about themselves. Hey, someone's gotta do it. I'll take one for the team. :D

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Posted : 13/12/2007 2:56 am
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Thanks :D I used the Blues Jr. with a shure SM57 >Tascam portastudio mixer section> M-audio firewire( I just record at 44100 hz like any regular sound card, but it gives me a lot more head room and less clipping). and I use Audacity.

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Posted : 13/12/2007 11:00 am
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Great stuff everyone!! Enjoyed that.


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Posted : 13/12/2007 3:01 pm
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I'm a little late, but nice job everyone.

Greg, loved that synth-sorta sound you had going on. Definitly going to look into getting something like that, very nice.

Posted : 20/01/2008 5:56 pm
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