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My Dirty Blues Picking Original (topic)
I call it run away [url= GPC Aura GT plugged in, on board Aura +, simple setting 2, mid range band pass (turned clockwise haha) I never used a pick in my life until about 8 months ago, so when I play me some blues picking, I call it...
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cbt711

05/26/15 2:22 PM
Re: Come Holy Spirit - a new song for y'all (reply)
Agree with Andre, beautiful with wonderful vocals. Nice!Michael
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mderning

05/25/15 8:50 PM
Re: Come Holy Spirit - a new song for y'all (reply)
A beautiful hymn Ron, and it's sung so well. Enjoyed it very much! Thanks for posting.
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Andre Guitar

05/25/15 5:42 PM
Come Holy Spirit - a new song for y'all (topic)
I posted this anthem of mine in the off topic section, but I thought perhaps some of you might enjoy it as well. For my friend, Don Hurley, whom I missvery much.My church choir sang this song today, and I was...
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ronsongz

05/24/15 11:34 PM
Re: circle be unbroken...nitty gritty cover....comments appreciated (reply)
Nice job! FYI - NGDB's version is one of a zillion covers. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" was written in 1907 by Ada Habershon.
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om45dlx

05/21/15 8:47 PM
Re: new recording: some ragtime - Scott Joplin's Original Rags (reply)
daq wrote:Nicely done....really good job.Thank you very much!
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JDoug

05/16/15 6:38 PM
Re: new recording: some ragtime - Scott Joplin's Original Rags (reply)
Nicely done....really good job.
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daq

05/16/15 6:33 PM
Re: new recording: some ragtime - Scott Joplin's Original Rags (reply)
RustyStill wrote:Good job, JDoug.  That's not an easy piece and you kept it going and brought out the voicing nicely. Joplin Rag arrangements are tough on guitar and not everyone can pull them off.  You did.  Enjoyable to listen to....
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JDoug

05/16/15 2:59 PM
Re: jazzy improv (reply)
Agreed on the suggestions...thx for your time.
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daq

05/16/15 1:55 PM
Re: new recording: some ragtime - Scott Joplin's Original Rags (reply)
Good job, JDoug.  That's not an easy piece and you kept it going and brought out the voicing nicely. Joplin Rag arrangements are tough on guitar and not everyone can pull them off.  You did.  Enjoyable to listen to.  Your guitar also...
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RustyStill

05/16/15 12:47 PM
new recording: some ragtime - Scott Joplin's Original Rags (topic)
Hi guys,here's a ragtime tune I've been working on.  Scott Joplin's Original Rags from 1899.  From an arrangement by David Laibman.https://soundcloud.com/tripleohdoug/original-ragsI hope you like it.  It isn't perfect but heck neither am I.
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JDoug

05/16/15 3:50 AM
Re: jazzy improv (reply)
I thought it sounded very nice.  Although "improvising" what I hear is is that you created a very nice melodic line, the entire cut seeming to be one time through the piece and coming to rest,  with the melody perhaps needing just a tiny...
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RustyStill

05/15/15 2:11 PM
jazzy improv (topic)
Having a go at improvising. How does it sound?https://soundcloud.com/bluesguy1963/jazzy-improv
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daq

05/15/15 12:33 AM
The Cat Burglar song for my Wife and.. (topic)
the world NEEDED another Sha-la-la song!!hope ya like it, my '50 SJ taking a beating ; )
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willysunday

05/13/15 3:04 PM
Re: I dreamed I saw st augustine...cover...critique (reply)
I never was a Dylon fan until I heard Mandolin Orange's cover of Dylan's "Boots of Spanish leather". Don't fret none, I have seen many good songs in this thread get no comments. Don't get discouraged. Get your cell phone out and take...
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wielywillyg

05/12/15 8:41 PM
Re: Made In Thailand (reply)
Good job, Dick.  All the guitars sounded awesome (wanted to hear a little more of that nice 000-18   Nice singing and playing and good production job too.  Could you tell a little about what gear you used for recording the audio and...
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RustyStill

05/12/15 1:09 PM
Re: Our acoustic version of Kryptonite (reply)
@wielywillyg - the buzz was from 'neck hump' - I only found that out after taking it to Terry Dineen at Harry's here in Raleigh. Two weeks in the case with a humidifier and it was right as rain.Thanks for the kind words!
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EamonnD15

05/11/15 2:00 PM
Re: Our acoustic version of Kryptonite (reply)
Thanks Jim!
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EamonnD15

05/11/15 1:58 PM
Made In Thailand (topic)
Here's an acoustic version of "Made In Thailand." Yes, I am singing the words in Thai. Rhythm done on my '71 Martin D-28.  Descending fills on the new 000-18 and the solos are played on the ever powerful D-41. Dick Honolulu
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dallgire

05/11/15 8:34 AM
Re: Little Wing on my OM21 Special (reply)
Thanks bill, yeah if it is possible to be in love with a guitar then I am in love with this one, I bought new in 2007 and so far it has totally killed my Acoustic guitar GAS for the last 8 years! In that time it's been refretted, I wore...
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No457 Snowy

05/10/15 12:57 AM

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