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  • Check out my first clip!!

    heres a little something i did with a backing track, ive only played on one cyberjam in all my time here and that was a loonnng time ago, anyway let me know what ya think! thanks



    http://www.cyberjams5.com/data/JPagain.mp3
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    <div class="signaturecontainer">&quot;I've learned everything I think I Know.&quot;</div>

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    • #3
      no comments?
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      • #4
        Yeah, and you TORE IT UP on that jam too! Welcome back! Downloading now...

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        • #5
          did you play on that one? i dont recognize your name
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          • #6
            Probably, but I don't remember for sure. Several of those jams had more than one version with different players on each.

            Anyway, I LOVE your version of 'Help The Poor'! Your sound has a lot of hum and noise in it, but your playing is brilliant. Great job! Got any more clips laying around?

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            • #7
              i think i might have another , but i just did that 2day, and yeah i know it has lots of hum, but oh well....single coil pickups...computer monitors...they dont mix.
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              • #8
                Awesome playing dude. I had you and Smokey all confused on his funky jam 1.

                I am a fan

                Interesting playing on the Robben Ford backing. I liked the raw bluesiness mixed with the stock bop licks. Some nice feel in there. It is a lot harder to lock in those triplet phrases than people realize. You were right there with it. I also dug the altered ideas, like at :30. Nice to hear someone with diverse stylistic influences and a decent jazz vocabulary to boot.

                Please check out my version of the same tune here, just a quicky take like I am sure yours was.

                http://www.guitar.com/artists/sound...lp_the_Poor.mp3

                Scott

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                • #9
                  scott lerner! dude i just stumbled onto your site and i LOVE your playing, you have given me the inspiration i have been lacking , and yes ive heard your version : ) , i would love to possibly collaborate on something..... any time , you just brightened this 21 year olds day!
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                  • #10
                    Some of the guys get around that by recording an 8 bar lead in at the beginning of the piece. Check your levels, then start the recorder and shut off the monitor. Just listen for the count in.

                    You sure can play like a mofo! Thanks for posting this clip. I've gotta hit the hay right now, but hope to see more of you around here, ok?

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                    • #11
                      Dude,

                      Shoot me an email. I really think you have some serious good time feel. I would love to collab, or at least chat a bit. Are you still in NYC?

                      Email me.

                      Scott
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                      • #12
                        yeah scott im actually in long island ny now(close enough to the city) , i have so many questions to ask you about your playing and stuff , i will definetely throw you an email man
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Wayrockin1
                          Some of the guys get around that by recording an 8 bar lead in at the beginning of the piece. Check your levels, then start the recorder and shut off the monitor. Just listen for the count in.

                          You sure can play like a mofo! Thanks for posting this clip. I've gotta hit the hay right now, but hope to see more of you around here, ok?


                          thanks man , i will use that advice in the future
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                          • #14
                            Hey man, that was pretty cool!

                            Good licks and such.

                            I liked the way that, a few times, you kinda went for it, got a little loose and "outside" (?) but threw a ton of expression in it.
                            Playing with attitude...a rare treat these days...you've got it.

                            My only criticism is I think there's a tad bit too much overdrive on the guitar but it's only my opinion and nothing more.

                            Nice stuff.
                            My name is Dave and I play guitar.

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                            • #15
                              I like the tense feel of that clip. Cool. Pretty much devoid of cliche, too!!

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