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UncleSkillet
post Jun 28 2009, 06:56 PM
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A few things to clean up still but I wanted to get your comments.

Attached File  Guitar_Loves_Piano_6.mp3 ( 1.86MB ) Number of downloads: 196


EDIT: New mix thanks to the great tip from wrk. Thanks Andy! smile.gif

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post Jun 28 2009, 07:11 PM
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Just awesome Jeff......That lesson is right up your alley. Great tone and very nice control on that tricky phrasing.......\m/\m/
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post Jun 28 2009, 07:27 PM
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very very nice Jeff ... smile.gif
I think you captured well how this tune should be played. Phrasing and still keep string noise low is really difficult here and you did this really well ... love it !

Sound is really nice as well. It would be cool if the guitar would be a bit louder or maybe a bit lesser reverb to have the guitar closer to the ear in the mix. Just a tiny thing to adjust to put your guitar in the right place.

Now i want to play this solo as well .. biggrin.gif


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post Jun 28 2009, 07:53 PM
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QUOTE (lcsdds @ Jun 28 2009, 02:11 PM) *
Just awesome Jeff......That lesson is right up your alley. Great tone and very nice control on that tricky phrasing.......\m/\m/


Thanks Monte.

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very very nice Jeff ... smile.gif
I think you captured well how this tune should be played. Phrasing and still keep string noise low is really difficult here and you did this really well ... love it !

Sound is really nice as well. It would be cool if the guitar would be a bit louder or maybe a bit lesser reverb to have the guitar closer to the ear in the mix. Just a tiny thing to adjust to put your guitar in the right place.

Now i want to play this solo as well .. biggrin.gif


Thanks Andy. I see what you mean and thanks for the tip. I agree 100% and uploaded a new mix. See what you think. smile.gif

Let me know if you upload a take wink.gif


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post Jun 28 2009, 10:40 PM
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Sounds great Jeff! smile.gif Funny you have been playing with this lesson, I've been playing around with a piano backing as well. I'll upload something in our thread. Go check it out..


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post Jun 30 2009, 11:38 AM
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Sounds great, and your tone is excellent, very good control! smile.gif


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post Jun 30 2009, 06:30 PM
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Wow! Great tone and control. I like it very much. You captured the mood, mate! smile.gif


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post Jun 30 2009, 06:43 PM
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Ah .. i didn't saw you changed the mix. Great !!!
I find this way better like this. I can hear all the details and your nice vibrato ...

btw ... i love this fret noise before you start the final smile.gif. Often we try to avoid this, but here it adds something authentic to the take imo.



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post Jun 30 2009, 09:02 PM
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Relaxing, you put a lot of feeling in your play, and the mix is great too


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post Jul 1 2009, 01:31 AM
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QUOTE (skennington @ Jun 28 2009, 05:40 PM) *
Sounds great Jeff! smile.gif Funny you have been playing with this lesson, I've been playing around with a piano backing as well. I'll upload something in our thread. Go check it out..


Thanks Steve. This may be a good one for use to try and work on at some point. Its focus is on control and being a part of the music around you. Learning stuff like this early on will really help as you develope and start to work on more advanced techniques in the future.

Cheerios Bro! smile.gif

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Sounds great, and your tone is excellent, very good control! smile.gif


Means a lot comming from a pro like you Ivan. I really appreciate your kind comment smile.gif Thanks for taking the time to listen.

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Wow! Great tone and control. I like it very much. You captured the mood, mate! smile.gif


This really makes it worth the effort! To hear this from you and to know I captured the mood of your leason (which is what I was going for) makes me feal great!

Keep the lessons comming smile.gif

QUOTE (wrk @ Jun 30 2009, 01:43 PM) *
Ah .. i didn't saw you changed the mix. Great !!!
I find this way better like this. I can hear all the details and your nice vibrato ...

btw ... i love this fret noise before you start the final smile.gif. Often we try to avoid this, but here it adds something authentic to the take imo.


Thanks Andy. It would really be nice if we could meet some day and JAM. I think our styles really compliment each other. smile.gif

As for the fret noise, it was all I could do to try and switch pickups and mute strings with my right hand laugh.gif I thinks it has a nice feal to it also and I appreciate your honest comments wink.gif smile.gif


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Relaxing, you put a lot of feeling in your play, and the mix is great too


I appreciate you taking the time to listen and your kind comments smile.gif
My wife said the same thing about it making you feal relaxed when you listen to it. I guess maybe she has an ear for music after all laugh.gif tongue.gif wink.gif

Cheers Jad Diab and good luck with your contest entry. Your piece sounds really nice smile.gif

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post Jul 5 2009, 12:41 PM
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Really great tone! Nice take, i must check out this lesson!


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post Jul 5 2009, 02:29 PM
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I enjoyed that, man. Piotr's lessons usually make me stop whatever else I might be thinking about. Nice take! Needs video now though. smile.gif


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post Jul 18 2009, 12:42 AM
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Awesome sound and feel ! smile.gif In a few places you need more discretion to avoid unwanted notes and sounds that aren't in the song. Towards the end you also had a small problem with the lick ending in a veeeery slow bend...

Anyway, this is virtually perfect, but you can still improve a tiny bit (this would pass the REC, of course !) biggrin.gif


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post Jul 18 2009, 08:54 PM
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The piano and the guitar is perfect together! Your sound is great! Nice playing!


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