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    I tried different sound on my Strat style guitar.
    It is improvisation over "Red Clay"chords/no melody-theme/.
    Hope you like it.Sound is OK
    Best
    Kris
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    Last edited by kris; 08-07-2021 at 02:41 AM.

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    Even reminds me a bit of Jerry Garcia, at his autowah/jazziest.

    (Thats a compliment, I love Jerry!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    Even reminds me a bit of Jerry Garcia, at his autowah/jazziest.

    (Thats a compliment, I love Jerry!)
    Thanks Jeff,
    All The Best
    Kris

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    Great stuff, the world should know more about you!

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    The guitar and backing ensemble sound great tonewise. We used to play this song in our 8 pc. rock band in the 70's. But back then we could hear the melody in our group. In your recording, I hate to be critical, but, I don't hear the melody and the whole thing sounds like a soupy mix of notes and chords. How can you call it "Red Clay" ? I just don't hear it. I hear a ton of piano though. Sorry my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Mack
    The guitar and backing ensemble sound great tonewise. We used to play this song in our 8 pc. rock band in the 70's. But back then we could hear the melody in our group. In your recording, I hate to be critical, but, I don't hear the melody and the whole thing sounds like a soupy mix of notes and chords. How can you call it "Red Clay" ? I just don't hear it. I hear a ton of piano though. Sorry my friend.
    He's improvising on the form of the tune. You know...playing jazz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Mack
    The guitar and backing ensemble sound great tonewise. We used to play this song in our 8 pc. rock band in the 70's. But back then we could hear the melody in our group. In your recording, I hate to be critical, but, I don't hear the melody and the whole thing sounds like a soupy mix of notes and chords. How can you call it "Red Clay" ? I just don't hear it. I hear a ton of piano though. Sorry my friend.
    Hi Jimmy Mack,
    I hate to be critical too but...;-)
    Do you know what is a solo over a chords of "Red Clay? This is a kind of virtual jam.
    It is not a problem for me to play melody of "Red Clay"- it is a great melody.
    I would like to hear your playing of any song because what you write is weird...
    Best
    kris
    Great lesson for you:
    George Benson - Red Clay - Guitar Solo (w/ tabs!)
    Last edited by kris; 08-07-2021 at 01:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitterbug
    Great stuff, the world should know more about you!
    Thank you for the kind words.
    Jazzingly
    Kris

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    He's improvising on the form of the tune. You know...playing jazz.
    Thanks Jeff-Thanks for fast reaction.
    Jazzingly
    Kris