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post Nov 7 2009, 05:56 PM
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Hey man, long time no type... laugh.gif I wanted you to have a listen to this take over Gabe's Frusciante backing and tell me what you think. I can't get that Frusciante tone and I'm hearing a little signal clip but I'm happy with the structure.
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post Nov 7 2009, 06:07 PM
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Man, that sound really nice Steve!! smile.gif I like the way that one note rings out right before the change. wink.gif

Here, try this tone patch to give me a reference. Play the same thing and upload another. There is plenty of drive in this patch so don't turn it up. The EQ I set is what I would really like to hear. If you like the tone then we can tweak it some. smile.gif

You might want to try playing with your volume nob to. Roll it back some and you'll notice the tone get fatter and more defined.

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post Nov 7 2009, 06:39 PM
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well that take was improvised so here is something similar using your tone. No other effects have been added and only one backing and one lead track in the DAW...Guitar Volume is rolled back a little more that halfway with full tone.
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post Nov 7 2009, 07:15 PM
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Well it's up to you and what you think. To me it sounds warmer, more even on the high end, also more vintage.

I like it a lot!! smile.gif You could use just a bit more grit maybe. If you want to try another improv set you guitar volume up just a notch. If you had it around half (or 5) then try 7ish.

Great takes tongue.gif


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post Nov 7 2009, 07:57 PM
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I agree man, thanks for the tone. smile.gif I'm going to play around a bit more with it and see what I can come up with. cool.gif

Whatcha think about this... biggrin.gif
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post Nov 8 2009, 05:07 PM
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Very nice job!!!!!
I herd it this morning in the collabs upload thread first.
I'm glad I was able to help some. Keep ROCKIN! smile.gif


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post Nov 8 2009, 05:17 PM
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Thanks man. check out this one when you have time..

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=439967


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post Nov 8 2009, 06:49 PM
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Another nice one Steve!
Your becoming a collab junky this month laugh.gif
It good to hear you playing and having some fun wink.gif


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post Nov 8 2009, 07:54 PM
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HeHe, thanks man. smile.gif I did enjoy these and after the last one with David, I took his advice and started singing the melody ideas I had. Seemed to help the creativity.

My ears are getting better and I actually (think) I'm starting to hear the differences in keys and somewhat able to determine a few.

My fretboard knowledge is holding me back I believe. sad.gif I somewhat know the associated tones of the notes but not the note itself if that makes any sense.. laugh.gif

I think I need to start some exercises to really get a hold of where all the notes are. Any suggestions? My thoughts were to learn them all on one string, (low E) and then transpose them to the next string up.


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post Nov 9 2009, 12:12 AM
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Playing with my ear again.. laugh.gif I took a simple song and tried to connect some notes to the melody. All ear, no tab or even hearing the song, just trying to remember what I know of it. Going to take you to church on this one..

Btw, how bout them Bengals! wink.gif
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post Nov 10 2009, 12:10 AM
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QUOTE (skennington @ Nov 8 2009, 06:12 PM) *
Playing with my ear again.. laugh.gif I took a simple song and tried to connect some notes to the melody. All ear, no tab or even hearing the song, just trying to remember what I know of it. Going to take you to church on this one..

Btw, how bout them Bengals! wink.gif



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I had a VISION and it was "Amazing Grace"! For the first time trying something like this it was pretty good. The more you do stuff like this the better you'll get at it. What helps me to figure things out is knowing the 7 scale shapes for major and minor. Once you learn the shapes (whole steps vs half steps) in one key your good to go for most things. It would really help you see the fret board differently. Also working on one string at a time can be helpful so you don't get stuck playing in the box. I'd be happy to work on some of this with you if you'ld like. Your improv skills would take a huge leap forward.

Yeah, how about those Bengals!! They pulled it off but had me a little worried in the second half. Every game its something with them but for the most part I think they looked really strong, especially for coming off a bye week. Next week is going to be another tough one, Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh. Another cardiac bowl!

Anyway, let me know if you want to work on the 7 scale shapes.


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post Nov 10 2009, 12:39 AM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Nov 9 2009, 06:10 PM) *
Anyway, let me know if you want to work on the 7 scale shapes.



Yes man, I think this would help me tremendously! smile.gif


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post Nov 10 2009, 01:50 AM
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QUOTE (skennington @ Nov 9 2009, 06:39 PM) *
Yes man, I think this would help me tremendously! smile.gif



Sweet!! Give me a few day to put something together and upload it.


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post Nov 10 2009, 09:50 PM
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Great, looking forward to it Jeff. Take your time man, no rush, you know I'm covered up with honey-do's anyway.. tongue.gif


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