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  • Anyone for some jazz midi cheese??

    Hi,

    Thought I might offer up a little morning "jazz midi cheese"! My buddy is working on this tune and he sent me this backing to record a solo to give him ideas. I kind of like how the tone came out. This is my Baker solidbody on teh neck p/u running innto POD XT. No other effects except for a little reverb in the computer.

    http://www.guitar.com/mp3/mp3/Scott_Lerner-Mr_PC.mp3

    Scott
    Click here if you wanna see (and hear) something really scary!

    Scott Lerner Music Website

  • #2
    sounds good man, all of your lines really flow smoothly

    if you don't mind me asking, who would you cite as your favorite players?
    The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but rather the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity.
    - Glenn Gould

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    • #3
      I tried downloading, but kept getting kicked off the server
      "I had a cat named Snowball
      She died! She died!
      Mom said she was sleeping
      She lied! She lied!"

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      • #4
        Oooooohhh....now I got it. Very Kenny Burrell, right off the bat. Sweet.

        The MIDI is, well, MIDI-ish. Sounds better than a Band-in-a-Box track, though.

        If you don't mind a little constructive criticism from somebody who isn't half the player you are, I would say that it sounds like after the first minute that you kind of lost that groove you were in and started showing off the chops. It all came back though, during that wonderful outro without the accompianment.

        Very impressive. Do you have any others to share? What type of gear are you using? How bout some tips for us lowly types, related specifically to Mr. PC or minor blues in general?
        "I had a cat named Snowball
        She died! She died!
        Mom said she was sleeping
        She lied! She lied!"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by thamiam
          I would say that it sounds like after the first minute that you kind of lost that groove you were in and started showing off the chops.


          lol that was my favorite part!

          but I'm probably not half the player you are, which I guess would make me not 1/4th the player jazbrokr is, so what do I know?
          The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but rather the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity.
          - Glenn Gould

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          • #6
            How do you know? ever heard me play?

            Truth is, when it comes to guitar, I hardly qualify as a professional. I've been playing for less than two years. I just happen to have a lot of jazz knowledge from years of playing and studying on Saxophone.

            That's why you'll see me reply to the theory questions, but then post stupid guitar threads like "What do you call those knobby things on the headstock, and what happens if you turn them?"
            "I had a cat named Snowball
            She died! She died!
            Mom said she was sleeping
            She lied! She lied!"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jazbrokr
              Hi,

              Thought I might offer up a little morning "jazz midi cheese"

              Scott


              It's very gouda!!!!

              heh...get it? Gouda? heh heh....heh.....ahem....*cough*


              Right.......well....


              very tasty....um....


              awesome playin' Jazbrokr!!!
              Thanks, and rock on!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by braif


                It's very gouda!!!!

                heh...get it? Gouda? heh heh....heh.....ahem....*cough*


                Right.......well....


                very tasty....um....


                awesome playin' Jazbrokr!!!


                LOL
                The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but rather the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity.
                - Glenn Gould

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                • #9
                  Impressed again, I am...

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                  • #10
                    Thanks guys! I may post the other take if any wants to listen....
                    Click here if you wanna see (and hear) something really scary!

                    Scott Lerner Music Website

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                    • #11
                      Man that sounds good. That was a pod Ya say?
                      "I've learned everything I think I Know."

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