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Phil66
post May 29 2019, 09:21 PM
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I gave it a go this evening, quite fast for me, I'm away from Friday evening until Sunday, hopefully I'll get something to you tomorrow as the deadline is imminent.

As Gab knows I've had a bit of an injury, I can feel a lot of clicking from my sternum but the pain is bearable now which is why I could manage to get to play this evening.

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post May 29 2019, 09:33 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ May 29 2019, 05:05 PM) *
Rendering out my video now. Very fun backing to play over!! Some folks may just not be ready to play in front of other folks. Some folks find post production a bit technical. I'm guessing folks have their reasons for not jumping in. It's a bit of a shame though as playing actual music is sorta the entire point of all this. Each time I work with one of these backings, it brings out licks that I didn't know I even had. I do hope more folks get bold and jump in and give it a whirl smile.gif



Great news Todd! Can't wait to hear your take for this one!! smile.gif



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post May 29 2019, 10:14 PM
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BTW NGD!! Gus G LTD 200I created a "theme" which repeats and serves as a kind of chorus bit. Also book ended with the same shreddy bit that I started with early on to give it symmetry. Also focused on giving it's lots of vibrato. IMHO vibrato is shiznickle that makes a solo shine. Having note control and pitch control can really make a solo memorable. BOOT CAMP LICKS FEATURED:
I stuffed it with licks from Bootcamp. If you are in bootcamp, these are part of the program.
Hope you like it!
Here are my files!
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kwfzoypixw44n41/T...acking.aif?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/h9m8if3j50qirzt/T...acking.aif?dl=0
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post May 30 2019, 02:44 PM
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QUOTE (Phil66 @ May 29 2019, 05:21 PM) *
I gave it a go this evening, quite fast for me, I'm away from Friday evening until Sunday, hopefully I'll get something to you tomorrow as the deadline is imminent.

As Gab knows I've had a bit of an injury, I can feel a lot of clicking from my sternum but the pain is bearable now which is why I could manage to get to play this evening.



We can wait for your take mate! Don't worry. wink.gif

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ May 29 2019, 06:14 PM) *
BTW NGD!! Gus G LTD 200I created a "theme" which repeats and serves as a kind of chorus bit. Also book ended with the same shreddy bit that I started with early on to give it symmetry. Also focused on giving it's lots of vibrato. IMHO vibrato is shiznickle that makes a solo shine. Having note control and pitch control can really make a solo memorable. BOOT CAMP LICKS FEATURED:
I stuffed it with licks from Bootcamp. If you are in bootcamp, these are part of the program.
Hope you like it!
Here are my files!
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kwfzoypixw44n41/T...acking.aif?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/h9m8if3j50qirzt/T...acking.aif?dl=0
Video File
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ofn9wdzxvsb1cfq/7...length.mpg?dl=0



AWESOME!! Congrats on your new guitar Todd!! That's a beautiful guitar mate!! And your playing here is killer, I love it!!

It's nice to know that GMCers can find some of these licks at your Boot Camp. Is there a direct link to find them?

Thanks a lot!!


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post May 30 2019, 10:07 PM
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Here are a few of them from Quick Licks which feature only one drill per quick lick.

(The link to each lesson is in the video info here is the link to all the quick licks http://bit.ly/quicklicksmasterthread )Here are a couple of examples


For anyone doing Bootcamp/Quick Licks I'm guessing they can recognize many of these licks from the work they have done with me so far. Anyone in the thread who is doing bootcamp/quick licks who can confirm this?
I also used one of the thematic licks from BLUE ON BLACK by Kenny Wayne Sheppard in the slow part. I always try to build a melodic section in my solos. It's what helps make a solo memorable. Once folks learn to shred a bit, they sometimes go overboard and just blaze the entire time. It's important to pull back to give speed it's context and to provide space for strong melodic elements imho. Otherwise, a solo is just a blur of notes. This is what often separates great players from good players. I notice it a lot in your playing actually. Where you create a melodic space that mirrors what is happening in the song itself, as in your work with CIRSE.
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ May 30 2019, 09:44 AM) *
We can wait for your take mate! Don't worry. wink.gif




AWESOME!! Congrats on your new guitar Todd!! That's a beautiful guitar mate!! And your playing here is killer, I love it!!

It's nice to know that GMCers can find some of these licks at your Boot Camp. Is there a direct link to find them?

Thanks a lot!!


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post Jun 1 2019, 07:28 PM
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With this awesome backing track I had to have a go on this collab!

For the first one I wanted some high energy and for the second part I went for something more laid-back.

Hope it will be good for you.

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Attached File  Solo_1_guitar_only.mp3 ( 1.07MB ) Number of downloads: 2
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Attached File  Solo_2__guitar_only.mp3 ( 1016.33K ) Number of downloads: 2
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ May 30 2019, 06:07 PM) *
Here are a few of them from Quick Licks which feature only one drill per quick lick.

(The link to each lesson is in the video info here is the link to all the quick licks http://bit.ly/quicklicksmasterthread )Here are a couple of examples


For anyone doing Bootcamp/Quick Licks I'm guessing they can recognize many of these licks from the work they have done with me so far. Anyone in the thread who is doing bootcamp/quick licks who can confirm this?
I also used one of the thematic licks from BLUE ON BLACK by Kenny Wayne Sheppard in the slow part. I always try to build a melodic section in my solos. It's what helps make a solo memorable. Once folks learn to shred a bit, they sometimes go overboard and just blaze the entire time. It's important to pull back to give speed it's context and to provide space for strong melodic elements imho. Otherwise, a solo is just a blur of notes. This is what often separates great players from good players. I notice it a lot in your playing actually. Where you create a melodic space that mirrors what is happening in the song itself, as in your work with CIRSE.
Todd



Killer licks Todd!! Thanks for sharing them!! You rock!! smile.gif

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With this awesome backing track I had to have a go on this collab!

For the first one I wanted some high energy and for the second part I went for something more laid-back.

Hope it will be good for you.



What a great surprise mate!!! It's great to have you at GMC again and I'm so happy to see that you shared a take for this collab!

Nice to see you rocking over this backing track! Thanks a lot!! smile.gif


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post Jun 10 2019, 02:33 PM
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Ok guys! Last days to submit a take. I'll start mixing this one tomorrow. Any other take coming? smile.gif


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Hey Gabe,
I just recorded something over a part of the backing track. Maybe you'll find some use for it.


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What a nice surprise Madfish!! Thanks fo your solo mate!! You rock!! smile.gif


Any other solo coming? biggrin.gif


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Here is my wav file for this take.

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