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Discussion in 'Guitar Lessons' started by frankv, Jan 31, 2018.
Ha.. Made ya look.. Now you can wait a couple more days can't ya?
I have much more stabbing at it, to continue my career!
I went DOWSTAIRS to get the other guitar....!
Who says the Thrill Is Gone...
AND.. how about a double header this month?
Actually, the thrill never arrived...... here anyway. I'll pass on that one if I may.
But the E minor thing is OK. So let the STABBING begin!
OUCH..... I cut myself.
This one is a repeat....here is my take, Cool maybe I'll do another....
I dug the Em track too.
my take on the thrill track, a bunch of string bending in traditional blues fashion, such a classic track I cut short cause I was
feeling the temptation to over do it & go to non blues territory.
great track for practicing bends to pitch & vibrato.
That's an ES355, & a Fender Champ in S-Gear.
pic posting mood, the old 355 beat box,, eau natural relic job.
Nice Vic. it was worth the repeat..
Wow, we are off to a great Feb....
I may redo it ....just because
Here's Thrill.. On my Vaschenko LV
Well done by all, I enjoyed listening.
Breaking out the 335 for this one. One of my favorite Tracks ..
Great job so far guys.
Listen to Blues Boy Jam by DotStudio #np on #SoundCloud
I should be able to fool around with the Em jam soon.
Another audio assault..
She Don't Play Nice
71 LPC on bridge PAF..pod..
A long time ago I thought the PAF wasn't nasty enough..so I replaced it with SD and a 20db preamp in control panel..coil taps..and a Showbud pedal with another Pre Amp
Slice human bones..
Then stopped playing even a little for 30 years. I stumbled on to MLP..looking for a wiring mod to put the PAF back in..so I could sell the old LPC..
2010...just lurked..thought I was done playing..but by 2013 started training myself to play..with what was left..then BTOM learned to record with simple interface,,
Love that PAF..
Have three..One in 65 ES175..sometimes one in 66ES355,,
I thought I was out..but you dragged me back in,,
I blame all of you..
Thank you all..
Well, that Em track made me think I was in a session to create a 1980s TV sitcom..
Some phase shifting with my new Vaschenko guitar. Brilliant player. Love it.