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Blue Willy
post Sep 13 2013, 05:38 AM
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If you go back to the 1940s, you find some nice grooves. I play this one with my band.



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Darius Wave
post Sep 14 2013, 08:22 AM
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Thank You Mike! To be honest that's a perfect example of a groove and tempo I was workingout lately smile.gif The only differency is I try to refresh my playing a bit and looking for some blues based but more fusion touching players ...that's why I wrote about piano-like playing...less guitar-like...You know what I meant? Something new to add to the "gear box" smile.gif


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Blue Willy
post Sep 14 2013, 06:57 PM
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QUOTE (Darius Wave @ Sep 13 2013, 11:22 PM) *
Thank You Mike! To be honest that's a perfect example of a groove and tempo I was workingout lately smile.gif The only differency is I try to refresh my playing a bit and looking for some blues based but more fusion touching players ...that's why I wrote about piano-like playing...less guitar-like...You know what I meant? Something new to add to the "gear box" smile.gif

This is a really old style straight jump blues here but the boppish groove is what I was trying to convey. I understand that a more modern style played in this sort of groove is what you're getting at, right? You'll find it interesting that the sax player on this vid is none other than Paul McCandless, a 3-time Grammy winner known for his work with fusion pioneers Oregon.


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Darius Wave
post Sep 15 2013, 12:51 PM
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That's right! You got me there smile.gif Piano players and sax players like the one in the video are very inspiring when You try to escape a bit from some traditional guitar concepts smile.gif Yes I was looking for some modern playing but indeed the groove, the mood and the tempo of the song You play is perfect for what I was trying to find! smile.gif Thank You smile.gif


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post Sep 27 2013, 08:22 AM
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Think I may have found something ...



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post Sep 27 2013, 10:06 AM
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Very refreshing! Thanx Ken! will study this lecture smile.gif


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