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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by heltershelton, Jan 3, 2018.
That ain't bad!
man thats KILLER!!!!
we are our own worst critics. i understand that. this thread is for stuff you hated at first then listened to it later and realized it wasnt all that bad.....(as you thought at the time)....
To me, this one is my best so far.
its completely horrible, lol
i had to like this before i listened to it.....wanna know why? because you laughed when i said cahones!!!. you did good and you know it! you hit all the right notes.
@Omar, I think you're going to be a great candidate for this thread as you're confidence is still building. Your playing has always had a good foundation and as your skills improve, you'll start to hear what's good about your past playing, not what's weak.
Thank you Kelly, I'm glad you liked it. I'm working on something else, I hope it turns out good.
Yes you made me laugh
cajones = drawers
cojones = you know it well (and this is what you meant lol)
i dont know of any cajones that means drawers or underwear.....and im glad i made you laugh.....we need more laughter in this crappy world. im sure whatever you do will be very cool.
Kevin, thank you so much. You and the "weekly jam" gang are so helpful. I'm getting better because of your continuous support. I appreciate all the motivation and encouraging comments you have provided me with
Understood. I think the gap is often in what we have in our head vs. what we actually record.
Here's my first slide recording ever, not long after I decided to attempt to master the little beast - which seems to be forever beyond reach. Anyway, starting with a brass slide on an acoustic is begging for lot of slide buzz and there's certainly some of that here. Because of that, I didn't listen to this much for a long time, but I now think the tune holds it together and the buzz doesn't bother me so much anymore and I actively think it's a good little tune, despite the unimaginative name.
I'd glad we can help and encourage you, but you're getting better because you're self-motivated. We're just encouraging that along. No one can make you a better musician. You have to want it and put in the work, which you're clearly doing.
You're right. We need more laughter. I've had a stressful day today.
I'm working hard on your current jam track. It's fun. I hope I surprise you all
man i really like that......and its REALLY good for your first thing. i have a first slide thing too....its from maybe about three or four years ago.....it was a tribute to fallen soldiers....here it go....
Wow. The music hits the mood just right. Thanks for sharing this.
I can't wait to hear it.
thanks. i was probably drinking pretty heavily.
Man, that was friggin' great! A ton of harmonized notes to remember to pull that off. Love it.
I am in the same camp as you, I usually pick my own stuff apart to the point of agony. Super hyper critical of my own playing. I'm ridiculous.
A couple of years ago I was feeling really down. It was a cold December day around Christmas, so I went and threw down a simple little descending rhythm guitar track over a drum machine pattern. Then I added an improved lead track and threw a bass line down. I did it all on first track takes, left the raw tracks marginally mixed. No edits, all raw.
I thought "Well this will probably suck"!
Still don't know if it's good or bad but, it turned out to sound at least, exactly how I was feeling at the time. Mistakes and all. And that meant something to me, straight from the heart, a wounded heart.
I would like to redo it on a better system but never got around to it yet.
That never seems to work out for me, it might improve technically but loses the spontaneity and feel of the original. It's nice as it is.