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Old 8th August 2019
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I just skimmed through this, but there's some great playing and singing by a lot of people, and some very good guitar. Not a guitar feature, but strong solos.

Old 8th August 2019
  #92
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after reading todays posts in the slide thread ..
.. one Bonnie.R trak .. 'n a few Peter.G trax ..

( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnie_Raitt
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Green_(musician)

enjoy ..
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Attached Files

BR05.mp3 (8.35 MB, 474 views)

PG05.mp3 (8.64 MB, 458 views)

PG17.mp3 (8.87 MB, 453 views)

PG21.mp3 (6.37 MB, 463 views)

PG20.mp3 (9.56 MB, 461 views)


Last edited by Kozmos88; 8th August 2019 at 09:40 PM.. Reason: links added
Old 9th August 2019
  #93
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kozmos88 View Post
after reading todays posts in the slide thread ..
.. one Bonnie.R trak .. 'n a few Peter.G trax ..

( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnie_Raitt
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Green_(musician)

enjoy ..
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I wish I could do slide so bad. I haven been able to h

I do have a tri come resonator - and I currently am unworthy.
Old 9th August 2019
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I wish I could do slide so bad. I haven been able to h

I do have a tri come resonator - and I currently am unworthy.
Ha, ha. I bet you could do it. A lot of the "trick" to it is the right hand.

Are you trying to play with a pick, with your fingers, or with fingerpicks?


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audioforce
Old 9th August 2019
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I wish I could do slide so bad. I haven been able to h

I do have a tri come resonator - and I currently am unworthy.
that looks like a cello on your profile pic. Maybe that's where you're going wrong?
Old 10th August 2019
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You can't bring up slide without including the late great Lowell George (and sometimes Dueling Slides with his mate Paul Barrere)

Old 11th August 2019
  #97
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One from the other thread and another one.

Angel [Beck plays slide]

Sleepwalk. [Beck using a pick?]



Old 12th August 2019
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Ha, ha. I bet you could do it. A lot of the "trick" to it is the right hand.

Are you trying to play with a pick, with your fingers, or with fingerpicks?


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I am a flat picker -

And for what it’s worth - cello’s make some interesting sounds, like upright bass. I also am not great with a bow, so I do what I can. I came into that one for $35 at a flea market, so why not?

Old 12th August 2019
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I am a flat picker -

And for what it’s worth - cello’s make some interesting sounds, like upright bass. I also am not great with a bow, so I do what I can. I came into that one for $35 at a flea market, so why not?

Lemme see if I understand this. You are looking to play slide cello, with a flatpack? Is that right?



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Old 12th August 2019
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I am a flat picker -

O.K., so that's a hard way to go for slide, although you will see a lot of rock lead guitar type guys doing that. I think Joe Walsh does it and Lowell George did. But they kind of have limited stuff that they can get to that way.

I played slide like that for a long time. I didn't play much slide, though.

Its hard to damp adjacent strings if you are using only a pick, and that's a major part of playing slide fluently.

Maybe try using the pick and your fingers, too. Then you can start using your thumb and fingers, then maybe a thumbpick and fingers, then a thumbpick and fingerpicks.

Of course you don't have to use finger or thumb picks at all. A lot of people just use their fingers [or maybe a pick and some fingers].

But just a flatpick alone is tough.

Anyhow, its not as hard as all that to get it going, and if you tune to an open tuning you actually have the advantage of lots of stuff just sounding cool without requiring a lot of finesse.



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Old 12th August 2019
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Lemme see if I understand this. You are looking to play slide cello, with a flatpack? Is that right?



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No - my main instrument is guitar - has been for about 45 years. I’ll work on the right hand and see what I can conjure up.

Suggestions on open tunings?
Old 12th August 2019
  #102
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'Johnny Bellar'
be some mp3's on his site
( https://www.johnnybellar.com )
and be more similar thru this youtube playlist


'Duane Allman & Aretha Franklin .. The Weight'


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and some 'Keb Mo' trax https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keb%27_Mo%27
Attached Files

km_10.mp3 (7.45 MB, 322 views)

km_34.mp3 (5.28 MB, 330 views)

km_25.mp3 (9.57 MB, 469 views)

km_12.mp3 (8.73 MB, 317 views)

Old 12th August 2019
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Quote:
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No - my main instrument is guitar - has been for about 45 years. I’ll work on the right hand and see what I can conjure up.

Suggestions on open tunings?
I was just kidding about the slide cello with a flatpick thing. Although, now that I think about it, why not?

I'm sure you'll get the right hand stuff together for slide. For single note stuff, you just sound the note with one finger and use other fingers to damp the adjacent strings so they don't sound and rattle and interfere. Obviously, if you're playing more than one note, you still just damp the others adjacent.

As far as tunings go, just tune to an open E chord [you can lower it to D], or to an open A chord [you can lower it to G]. Those are really the main ones. Sometimes people will get crafty and lower the thirds a half-step to a minor third, for, say, a minor blues song. But usually the typical blues stuff is all done in open D,E,G, or A. That's the way to get the characteristic bluesy -sounding licks and all that.

If you're doing stuff that isn't blues or modal type stuff, i.e. with lots of chord changes through different keys, then you are probably better off just tuning to standard tuning and looking at it that way. Or you can come up with your own tuning variations to suit the piece.

Some others may have additional suggestions


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audioforce
Old 4 weeks ago
  #104
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Gilmour (3) .. Yello (1) ..
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DG05.mp3 (13.22 MB, 411 views)

DG01.mp3 (10.13 MB, 282 views)

DG06.mp3 (12.47 MB, 279 views)

Y01.mp3 (7.66 MB, 271 views)

Old 4 weeks ago
  #105
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and .. some Beaujolais, Cole 'n Thorpe
( mellow .. steel / vibes / bass )
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BTC08.mp3 (9.90 MB, 265 views)

BTC02.mp3 (12.35 MB, 271 views)

BCT05.mp3 (12.76 MB, 271 views)

BCT_10.mp3 (8.13 MB, 267 views)

Old 4 weeks ago
  #106
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kozmos88 View Post
'Johnny Bellar'
be some mp3's on his site
( https://www.johnnybellar.com )
and be more similar thru this youtube playlist


'Duane Allman & Aretha Franklin .. The Weight'


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and some 'Keb Mo' trax https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keb%27_Mo%27
The Johnny Bellar stuff is amazing. Thanks for posting that and for contributing so much to this thread.


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audioforce
Old 4 weeks ago
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drawing a guitar blank at mo. -:/

Quote:
The Johnny Bellar stuff is amazing.
agreed .. :-) ..
accidental find when searching for 'duane allman slide " on youtube
( ' cause one poster questioned .. by posting a J.B. track
( whether it were D.A. playing it ..
( and a 'reply' .. posted a link to J.B.'s site

getting lost down the yootoob .. now and again some interesting finds
though .. time consuming .. like when time goes by as instrument and player become 'one'

Quote:
Thanks for posting that and for contributing so much to this thread.
cheers 'audioforce' ..
given my limited experience re. gigging, recording, playing / owning loads of guitars .. etc
i let the more qualified to reply to such subjects :-)
as is .. i find myself agreeing a fair bit with JE's tech. opinions
and am sort of wondering how .. in the long run .. the
plywood-LP-body + ?neck .. is going to turn out in terms of
player's sonic satisfaction .. ( might make a good 'midi' guitar .. trigger ) ..

from now on .. aim to include one .mp3 ( 320bps/stereo/sans_original.aiff_metadata )
for guitarist newbies .. who may / or may not .. have heard trax that:
many guitarists would rate as a 'classic' ..
in anycase .. it be freebie high-bps mp3's to do as the viewer likes with 'em .. :-)

anyhooo .. for now ..
comic musical thread 'intermission' .. from Bill Bailey courtesy of YT







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mp3's: the waitress made it 'cause i've always fancied one .. ;-)
no idea who the player is ..
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jah_Wobble )
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gipsy_Kings )
Attached Files

GKs01.mp3 (9.26 MB, 225 views)

JW_01.mp3 (14.55 MB, 235 views)

PG_albtrs.mp3 (7.14 MB, 222 views)

Th'Waitress.mp3 (6.37 MB, 223 views)

Old 4 weeks ago
  #108
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Quote:
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agreed .. :-) ..
accidental find when searching for 'duane allman slide " on youtube
( ' cause one poster questioned .. by posting a J.B. track
( whether it were D.A. playing it ..
( and a 'reply' .. posted a link to J.B.'s site

getting lost down the yootoob .. now and again some interesting finds
though .. time consuming .. like when time goes by as instrument and player become 'one'


cheers 'audioforce' ..
given my limited experience re. gigging, recording, playing / owning loads of guitars .. etc
i let the more qualified to reply to such subjects :-)
You don’t have to worry about any of that just join in in Join in and post whatever you think, man.
Old 3 weeks ago
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mp3's:
Mike.Bloomfield / Charlie.Daniels / Joe.Satriani
( bluesy numbers )
Attached Files

M.Bloomfield_1.mp3 (15.47 MB, 169 views)

C.Daniels_2.mp3 (13.36 MB, 162 views)

J.Satriani_3.mp3 (15.38 MB, 170 views)

Old 3 weeks ago
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comman..._Planet_Airmen

Bill Kirchen, talks Tele
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CCL01.mp3 (4.27 MB, 160 views)

CCL03.mp3 (6.42 MB, 299 views)

CCL05.mp3 (7.92 MB, 158 views)

CCL08.mp3 (5.16 MB, 162 views)

Old 3 weeks ago
  #111
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GS 'debates' .. winding you up ?
take a tangent route .. some midi guitar ..
courtesy P. Metheny .. live ..

related:
https://www.joness.com/gr300/GR-300.htm

yeah be a ton of p.m. on yootoob ..
but last time took me ages to find this trak on yt
'cause i've not a clue as to the trak title ..
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mp3's:
one continuous trak in 2 parts .. 'n down to 256kps ..
( posting restrictions )

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Attached Files

pml_prt1.mp3 (14.75 MB, 136 views)

pml_prt2.mp3 (13.97 MB, 129 views)

Old 3 weeks ago
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As for sounds, I'm not sure this combo has been used before. I'm bringing my 8 string Hagstrum bass along with my custom built Telecaster 12 string this weekend. The band is doing some chimey 1960's tunes and I thought this would sound cool.
Old 3 weeks ago
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As for sounds, I'm not sure this combo has been used before. I'm bringing my 8 string Hagstrum bass along with my custom built Telecaster 12 string this weekend. The band is doing some chimey 1960's tunes and I thought this would sound cool.
That’s at least 20 strings, if I count correctly. Please be careful! ) :
Old 3 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kozmos88 View Post
GS 'debates' .. winding you up ?
take a tangent route .. some midi guitar ..
courtesy P. Metheny .. live ..

related:
https://www.joness.com/gr300/GR-300.htm

yeah be a ton of p.m. on yootoob ..
but last time took me ages to find this trak on yt
'cause i've not a clue as to the trak title ..
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mp3's:
one continuous trak in 2 parts .. 'n down to 256kps ..
( posting restrictions )

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Excellent post. You are finding some really good stuff for this thread. I'll try to put something good up, too! Hopefully others will add to the party.

I had one of those GR-300s. I can't believe I sold it now.


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Old 1 week ago
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Miles Smiles

Old 5 days ago
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'n a couple of .. :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinsley_Ellis

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TEllis05.mp3 (12.28 MB, 42 views)

TEllis02.mp3 (6.99 MB, 43 views)

Old 2 days ago
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