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West could milk one note like no other person!
Bunny Rabbit and The Old Professor told me to post this:
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And I'm trying to be relevant to myself!
Anyone else is next in line.
In my case, both, as I dig bop , swing AND what we used to call "Dixieland" but I assume that's not PC these days...uh "New Orleans and Chicago...
I only have a very limited number of pictures from my early years - I wish I had been more serious about documenting my life.
I even wished I'd...
Yup - since the 70's bass players have been more open to new instrument designs and new electronics than guitarists, and I think you nailed the...
Watch - and listen!
Reminds me of a couple of things I wore out on 8 track, before I got a car cassette player:
if the battery runs out, the digital electronics fail, etc., you can still play on the basic guitar itself as a no battery passive...
Mostly I don't like active electronics in electric guitars - but I make an exception for the Variax!
those combo organs in a guitar were rough...
Yup even rehearsing the staging
It looks spontaneous...but it's theater. Good for them.
That used to be called "paying your dues".
From what little I know, Gaga has a good bit of musical theater training.
I saw them live, too, same year.
After using the Variax Standard, which is basically a Yamaha SSS Pacifica "Strat:, which, although having 4 controls, only has a volume and tone,...
First time I saw it was at a 1973 Led Zep concert, Jimmy Page did it a bit on one guitar solo...not to the extent that John 5 did!
I was surprised when I first heard John 5 some years ago - killer chops!
Plus a unique way of adapting country techniques to metal....
Frankly, though, one guitar can sound pretty much like all of the above mentioned:
Y15030038 front large by davidKOS posted Jun...
A little of that sweet vibe, reminds me in a way of the parts of Metheny I liked - if he'd have rocked a bit more...yeah.
I loved "Chinese" (Chinese-American Cantonese) food as a kid...and later Japanese, Korean, Thai, etc. food.
"way different than Chinese or other...
Neither...I was more of a wanna-be hippie.
Well, the key of A# does theoretically exist AND as you say, you do need double sharps - but on a practical level it's Bb, much easier to deal...
One of my teachers said that in music you can get away with a lot by being in time and in tune.
Very true - there is no shame in getting professional instruction. I'm thankful for all the teachers that have helped me learn to be a musician.