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nutloafnutloaf WalesNew
edited January 2010 in Gypsy Picking Posts: 85
I'm not about to flood this board with videos of me. But I think I've fixed the backing track volume so you can hear what I'm playing. Would be grateful for any feedback. I wont post anymore vids, not of me anyway!
The track is I'll see you in my dreams.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ML2oUnPOvo
Don't stare at the stinking finger, or you will miss all the heavenly glory.

Comments

  • BonesBones Moderator
    Posts: 3,320
    Nice! Thanks for posting!

    Do you have a tab for the solo?
  • Matthias LenzMatthias Lenz Lucklum, GermanyNew
    Posts: 101
    as in the other video, well done. and the volume balance is better now.

    IMO it´s super when members are posting videos here...after all, it´s a community, and we´re meant to share our experience, right ?
    The only thing I´d keep in mind is to not make up a new thread for each video, but to add upcoming videos to an already existing thread.
    If you do it that way, I think it shouldn´t bother anyone.

    best wishes,
    Matthias
  • nutloafnutloaf WalesNew
    Posts: 85
    Thanks guys. I dont have a tab for the solo. Whenever I learn somebodies solo I always forget them, so I thought make up my own so I can remember it. Your right Mathias, about it being a community. I've learnt more from Michaels books and forum than anywhere else. Thanks again.
    Don't stare at the stinking finger, or you will miss all the heavenly glory.
  • HereticHeretic In the Pond✭✭✭
    Posts: 230
    I really enjoyed your playing very much. Nice work.
  • pmgpmg Atherton, CANew Dupont MD50R, Shelley Park Custom, Super 400, 68 Les Paul Deluxe, Stevie Ray Strat
    Posts: 140
    Bravo!!! Very credible version. The playing was better than the sound. Not sure if it was the recording or the guitar. Try borrowing a Dupont or a Favino and use the same equipment and see if it sounds better. I suspect that you may need to give Michael a call about an upgraded guitar.

    Backing track sounded great. Is it available for download?
    I'm always interested in jamming with experienced jazz and gypsy jazz players in the San Francisco - San Jose area. Drop me a line. Bass players welcome!
  • RicardoRicardo Cornwall UKNew
    Posts: 41
    I liked that a lot - well done.
    Not now dear, I have a terrible Djangover.
  • shreyasshreyas New
    Posts: 6
    very nice job! I especially like the parallel phrasings you were doing it adds a nice, audience accessible frame of reference. Is that a solo you prepared beforehand, or was it spontaneous improvisation? (it's absolutely awesome either way). I was also wondering how you decide where to connect two arpeggios; i've been trying to do that and i've noticed that it can sound very awkward and angular. Your arpeggios that connected did so very smoothly and lyrically.

    cheers,
    Shreyas
    slovenly in syracuse,
    shreyas
  • HennoxLaneHennoxLane Leuven, BelgiumNew
    Posts: 34
    reaally smooth! I especially likes the sweeps in the beginning.. Sounded pretty fresh to me :).

    Anyway, plz keep posting, as said before in this thread.. it's a community, right? ^^.


    grtz!
  • CalebFSUCalebFSU Tallahassee, FLModerator Made in USA Dell Arte Hommage
    Posts: 557
    Sounds great MAN!!!
    Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn't work hard.
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