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    Quote Originally Posted by kawa View Post
    Great !!! , you are lucky man, my wifes not so.
    Very nice couple, the happiness is 10 times.
    Thanks randyc, see you.
    Thank you. My wife tells me that you are 10 times our friend !

    Randy and Joyce

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyc View Post
    Thank you. My wife tells me that you are 10 times our friend !

    Randy and Joyce
    Thank you randyc and your wife.
    See you.

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    BBC Studio in London (1964) Amp : his favorite Gibson GA50
    Last edited by kawa; 04-20-2010 at 10:06 AM.

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    I had one Gibson amplifier, GA-79RVT and it was marvelous if a little underpowered. Those are nice examples of Hall's virtuosity. Thank you, Kawa.

    I have a vinyl record somewhere, I think that it is "Ella in Berlin". As I recall, a couple of the tunes are simply her voice and his guitar - very beautiful.

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    The Gibson amps felt us something electronics fravors, also this models panel design likes some radio transmitter.
    When I was Ham Radio Boys, found the Gibson amp schematics. it's a chance for me join-in the this world from noisie world.
    The circuits is interested for me, signal prosesor by choke coile and tolemoro and etc, made special amp with reverb effects by L/R both side of speakers.
    Some pro musicians knew the this things, they ask me next to next for fixing reverb jobs.
    Thank you randyc.
    See you.
    Last edited by kawa; 04-20-2010 at 08:38 PM.

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    Hi Kawa,

    I was a ham radio operator too when I was 15 years old. I built my transmitter and receiver from a "kit", the brand was "Eico".

    Both were single vacuum tube devices. The transmitter was a single tube crystal oscillator, about 8 watts output power. The receiver was very primitive, single tube "super-regenerative" configuration.

    I enjoyed the hobby for a brief time and the hobby caused me to become an engineer. Thank you for reminding me of early, happy times.

    Those Gibson amplifiers were very nice but I think much more expensive than Fender amplifiers. The GA-79RVT that I owned was purchased by my Uncle as a gift.

    Randy

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    Hello! W6 randyc, this is JA1 kawa! Oh !!! our dear words,also 5678, 1T4, 3A5, 6AQ5,...many many.
    In that's era, AKIHABARA is a mecca of the US-militaly junk parts.
    I was enthisiastic about make the tranceiver, handy type and desktop type. includs RF, AF, Controls, etc are interested, and think the design, little money, performance, efficieny, etc, likes one man company.
    These things are most help me in after.
    Thank you randyc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kawa View Post
    Hello! W6 randyc, this is JA1 kawa! Oh !!! our dear words,also 5678, 1T4, 3A5, 6AQ5,...many many.
    In that's era, AKIHABARA is a mecca of the US-militaly junk parts.
    I was enthisiastic about make the tranceiver, handy type and desktop type. includs RF, AF, Controls, etc are interested, and think the design, little money, performance, efficieny, etc, likes one man company.
    These things are most help me in after.
    Thank you randyc.


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    Ha-ha, very good, Kawa. I was actually WV6IJE (the "V" is omitted when one passes the "General Class" license test, I was only a "Novice Class" which is designated by the "V").

    Thank you for the schematic link, I'll be interested to look some of those over.

    Best wishes,
    Randy

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    (placed strap button as like to the LP position and replaced pickup)

    with Attila Zoller
    Last edited by kawa; 04-22-2010 at 05:55 PM.

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    "Best Recording Prize" (Japanese audo magazine STEREO, 2008 disk award ) etc.

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    Thank you randyc, These are movements of era.
    The amateures big bands are prosperous.
    See you.
    Last edited by kawa; 04-27-2010 at 10:39 PM.

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    (enjoyable atomosphere !!!)
    please check the relationals, thank you.
    Last edited by kawa; 04-27-2010 at 10:39 PM.

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    The traditional rhythm guitar sound by an unamplifired archtop Gibson L-7, electric: Gibson L-5 Wes-Model.

    (Please check the relationals videos, thank you)
    Last edited by kawa; 05-15-2010 at 04:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawa View Post



    The traditional rhythm guitar sound by an unamplifired archtop (Guild)

    (Please check the relationals videos, thank you)
    I watched and played the middle tune - very nice. At first I thought that Kawa was playing the solos but they were played on a L5 guitar (Kawa plays ES-175D). A good example of modern big band sound !

    Thanks, Kawa

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    2Way pickup system, Bridge and Top, Yamaha knows Tops importance !!!
    Internal Sensor : Double piezoelectric acoustic sensors in the guitar body pick up the natural guitar sound and rich tone of natural acoustics.
    Bridge sensor : A piezoelectric sensor. Highly resistant to howring, yet picks up thouse deep, mellow sounds.

    Top : Spruce
    Back and side : Palisander
    Neck : Mahogany
    Finger board : Ebony
    Bridge : Jacaranda
    Body style : Cutaway, arched back.
    Last edited by kawa; 05-02-2010 at 05:31 PM.

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    Thanks "silhouette"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyD View Post
    Leo Wright is one helluva player! Love his flute work!
    Thank you Tom, I couldn't buy this album at the LP era, Looking for a long time, when I started the internet, I bought from US-amazon.
    One of the my fevorite album.
    Thank you.
    Last edited by kawa; 05-12-2010 at 05:42 AM.

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    Personnel : Kenny Burrell (g), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Leo Wright (as), Gildo Mahones, Tommy Flanagan (pf), Major Holley, George Tucker (b), Eddie Locke, Jimmie Smith (ds), Ray Burretto (congas, bongos)
    Recorded 1962
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    (Please listen shown the each relationals, thank you)
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    Kai Winding : Home (please listen)


    Kai Winding, "Soul Surfin'/More (Theme from Mondo Cane)" Verve #V/V6-8551 (1963).[LP]
    Arranged by Claus Ogerman and Kai Winding; conducted by Claus Ogerman.
    Compositions which belong to Kai Winding are indicated in the Tracklist.
    This album originally had the title of "Soul Surfin'".


    Tracks:
    More (arr. Ogerman)Hero (arr. & composed by Ogerman)Gravy Waltz (arr. Winding)China Nights (arr. Ogerman)Surf Bird (arr. & composed by Ogerman)Pipeline (arr. Ogerman)Sukiyaki (arr. Ogerman)Soul Surfin' (arr. and composed by Winding)Tube Wail (arr. Ogerman; composed by Winding)Spinner (arr. & composed by Ogerman)Hearse Ride (arr. & composed by Winding)Comin' Home Baby (arr. Winding)
    Special Note: Received in email from album & 45 rpm producer of "More" Creed Taylor, himself:

    "Here is a brief note on More (Theme From Mondo Cane) [performed] by Kai: I had just seen and heard Mondo Cane, in which the song "More" was repeated in at least 10 different ways. On my way back to my office at Verve, I passed a man-hole where workers were playing a fast instrumental by "The Ventures"... not unlike the style that what was to become the song on Kai's record. I had at least 3 different versions of the song on my desk. "More" hadn't become a hit. All three versions had one thing in common. They were all ballads. I asked Claus to come by my office to discuss Kai's upcoming date. I put Tony's 45 rpm on my turntable and switched to 78 rpm. Next...'Claus, what do you think?' The rest of the story is obvious!"

    LINER NOTES:

    More.pdf - Original LP liner notes by Steve Brindl.


    Musician personnel: 4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).
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    The Taste !!!
    Please listen the relationals, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawa View Post
    Super 400 floating



    please check also lelated vids.
    Is There a pdf or tab for this ?

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    Thanks for sharing this video with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stars1 View Post
    Thanks for sharing this video with us.
    stars1, you are welcome.
    see you.
    Last edited by kawa; 05-28-2010 at 09:53 PM.

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    Last edited by kawa; 06-23-2010 at 05:16 AM.

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    Anthony Wilson (g)
    Nylon Strings !!!
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    Anthony Wilson (g)
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    John Pisano, Anthony Wilson (g)
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    Anthony Wilson (g)
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    Anthony Wilson (g)
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    Rusell Malone (g)
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    With out the announce PR at the last
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    Dan Faehnle
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