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Do you remember Blind Faith, one of the first super groups from back in 1969? My take on one of their great musical progressions:
Thanks! The Beatles have great songs for developing some chops. :)
Interesting. I don't have a 12 string but will give it a try the next time I high string one of my guitars.
Glad to help! Yeah, this is a fun little ditty based on the D major scale and D chord shape. Even room for some D minor dwiddling in the chorus....
I can see that. It's not a song that I could keep going without error finger style for very long.
I was looking at some courseware that had major scale movement based on the D major chord shape. Heck, why not just plink around a little with...
Glad that we all take the Clapton reference with good humor as intended. :)
The best I can do is try to capture some of the J.J. Cale essence....
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Cool comment, really appreciate it. Yeah, I dig this guitar. I thump it pretty hard at times too. :)
The background noise is just the natural...
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Thanks! Cool comment, much appreciated. Yeah, new D'Addario Silk and Steel strings and the mic gain was set pretty high. :)
I appreciate the comment, my friend! I keep the windows open and just let things roll when recording like this from an ambient mic. Sometimes...
Well done, sir. Music and video made my afternoon.
Thanks! If Clapton is God, then J.J. Cale inspired a deity. :)
Glad you liked it! The guitar is an Epiphone EJ-200SCE. It's my go to acoustic for sure. Great electronics and as a jumbo it throws out a fair...
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Nice spaghetti surf! Dug the tone. Well done.
We're gonna cause talk and suspicion:
I picked up a 1/4" to XLR cable that allowed me to hook up a mic and run vocals through my guitar pedals. The results were not great or very...
Imagine the possibilities!
Some acoustic riffing:
I appreciate the listens and kind words! Such a supportive and friendly forum.
This track was based on an active melody lesson:
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