The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
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    Last edited by kawa; 06-29-2010 at 10:27 PM. Reason: correct the wrong links, sorry.

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    My favorite sound: the L-5CES

    I waited most of my life to own one (and I'm completely fulfilled each time that I play it). That solid-state Fender amplifier does a great job of faithfully reproducing (without altering) the inherently rich sound of the instrument!

    Thanks, Kawa, beautiful tune - your choices, as always, reflect your good taste.

    (PS: I referred to the Jazzkat-amplified instrument mentioned a few posts ago - I was tardy with my comment.)
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    Tnx,randyc
    L-5s sounds is beautiful(I think you have)
    2×10" or 2×12" of good speakers and 6L6PP is best match.
    You have a Bassman head already,you wood work well.
    Get the good speakers.
    I recommend the Jensen C10NS(include reconing idea for broken)
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    Last edited by kawa; 06-29-2010 at 01:26 PM.

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    Sorry, names Kevin Van Sant
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    (sett up ? but nice sound)

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    (speaker:eminence copperhead)
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    (codin nylon)

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    That's the right stuff !!!! Both are very fine but Yoshiaki Miyanoue is INCREDIBLE, he's the closest thing to Wes I've yet seen (beautiful old L-5, too). Thanks, Kawa, great tunes -

    randyc

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyc
    That's the right stuff !!!! Both are very fine but Yoshiaki Miyanoue is INCREDIBLE, he's the closest thing to Wes I've yet seen (beautiful old L-5, too). Thanks, Kawa, great tunes -

    randyc
    Yes randyc, He is " THe Japanies Wes" and teacher of many of the japanese guitarists,Okayasu,Tanabe,etc.
    Sorry, I'm editing often the past postings for the data base of us with new ideas on working.
    Please check again sometimes,Thank you.
    Last edited by kawa; 02-11-2010 at 06:58 AM.

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    Thanks, Kawa. Hoping to see and hear more of the fine Japanese guitarists you recommend.

    Here (U.S.) there are many interpretations of "jazz", and that is appropriate - the intent is spontaneous improvisation on a theme supported by predictable chord progressions. (Sometimes not, an example is Ornette Coleman - tenor saxophone - who could make his way through any random combination of chords, with absolute brilliance!).

    My point is that I appreciate the artists that you post because they play and represent the period of jazz that I most love (1948 to 1968 approximately).

    It's coincidental that you also like that type of jazz, my friend. Thank you again -

    Randy

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    Mister Takeda, on this tune, is playing a Japanese guitar that is very interesting: shape similar to L-5, neck and tailpiece similar to L-4. Kawa, can you identify the manufacturer and the model?



    I think this is the same guitar:


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    Nice interview, thanks Kawa!

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    Last edited by kawa; 03-10-2010 at 03:45 AM.