A Late Night Blues Jam
Caelumamittendum
Oct 6 2021, 04:38 AM
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Very much just warm up/noodling kinda jam (it was live on Facebook in an Ibanez group), so didn't focus too much on motif building, which I feel I should do more of, but I felt there was some nice lines in here and it was worth sharing. cool.gif

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Todd Simpson
Oct 6 2021, 06:06 AM
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This is just wonderful playing here. I have put it on my playlist. Your deft and subtle vibrato is paired well with your sense of harmony and melody. I could not find which backing you are using? That guy has several great tracks! I just couldn't find this one. Which one is it?




QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Oct 5 2021, 11:38 PM) *
Very much just warm up/noodling kinda jam (it was live on Facebook in an Ibanez group), so didn't focus too much on motif building, which I feel I should do more of, but I felt there was some nice lines in here and it was worth sharing. cool.gif


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Monica Gheorghev...
Oct 6 2021, 06:41 AM
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You know that your melodic sense always fit with my taste. smile.gif
This sounds very cool and relaxing. Are many great lines ideas in it. As my favorites parts I will point the ones from: 2:20 - 2:34, 4:00 - 4:22, 8:45 - 9:11.

BTW from what i see when you jam, you also like to use raking very often. I thought that I'm the only one who love to use this technique in a very "abusive" way.biggrin.gif I'm so addicted to it that I would be able to use it on each note (of course I will alternate the raking with double raking...for more variety laugh.gif).biggrin.gif

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Caelumamittendum
Oct 6 2021, 07:20 AM
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QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Oct 6 2021, 07:41 AM) *
You know that your melodic sense always fit with my taste. smile.gif
This sounds very cool and relaxing. Are many great lines ideas in it. As my favorites parts I will point the ones from: 2:20 - 2:34, 4:00 - 4:22, 8:45 - 9:11.

BTW from what i see when you jam, you also like to use raking very often. I thought that I'm the only one who love to use this technique in a very "abusive" way.biggrin.gif I'm so addicted to it that I would be able to use it on each note (of course I will alternate the raking with double raking...for more variety laugh.gif).biggrin.gif


Thanks, Monica! smile.gif I appreciate the compliments. I like the more slow and melodic stuff too. I want to say I actually prefer to play this way, as it's more comfortable too (no pressure physically, if that makes sense) but it's more emotional of couse.

And yes, I thought afterwards when I listened again: "Do I really use rakes that often? Maybe it's too much!". tongue.gif I think it depends on the track, and it can add some extra emotion. Maybe I over-used it though. It's something to think about and be aware of. laugh.gif

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Oct 6 2021, 07:06 AM) *
This is just wonderful playing here. I have put it on my playlist. Your deft and subtle vibrato is paired well with your sense of harmony and melody. I could not find which backing you are using? That guy has several great tracks! I just couldn't find this one. Which one is it?


Thanks, Todd! I appreciate the awesome words. I was just kinda noodlnig about without any real purpose, but it came out nice enough.

The backing was this one:



If you check out his channel and go to Playlists you can actually see a lot of different styles if you scroll down a bit, i.e. explosive rock, seductive blues ballads, wild metal and hard rock etc:

https://www.youtube.com/c/ElevatedJamTracks...&shelf_id=0

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