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    On the 1947 Gibson ES 300. Ran it through a tube pre amp only. The rhythm track is the 300 too.

    On bass Mr. Sunnybass.

    DB

    Last edited by DB's Jazz Guitar Blog; 12-07-2019 at 08:12 AM.

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    Lovely!

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    I want to play like you when I grow up.

    Now I want an ES300. Easier than practicing.

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    In the US, when you praise a guy too much, it can make him uncomfortable and maybe even think you are up to no good. So, I am going to just stick with the like button after this one last praise (for a while). Loved the uptempo lines over the slow bass beat, as well as your attention to detail with your tone and in the presentation (you and the Bass player).

    I don't know if older age is getting the best of me or what, but these somber songs are really speaking to my soul, these days.

    Like I said, since you are kind enough to share your playing so freely, I won't overdo the praise each time you post.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawson-stone
    I want to play like you when I grow up. Now I want an ES300. Easier than practicing.
    LOL. Take it easy Lawson. You are well provided for in the guitar department. Still, an ES 300 is always a good idea!

    DB

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlsoRan
    In the US, when you praise a guy too much, it can make him uncomfortable and maybe even think you are up to no good. So, I am going to just stick with the like button after this one last praise (for a while). Loved the uptempo lines over the slow bass beat, as well as your attention to detail with your tone and in the presentation (you and the Bass player).

    I don't know if older age is getting the best of me or what, but these somber songs are really speaking to my soul, these days.

    Like I said, since you are kind enough to share your playing so freely, I won't overdo the praise each time you post.

    Thanks.
    No thank YOU for listening. What's the point of making music if you are not heard. If a tree falls in a forest and nobody is around to hear it, does it even make a sound? I do appreciate people to take the time to like or comment on my clips though. I am my own worst critic so I do not necessarily need feedback but it's always nice if someone likes what you do.

    I increasingly like lyricism and melancholy myself as I get older. Chet is my current hero therefore.

    DB

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    Man you + P90 equipped Gibson is pretty much everything I dig about jazz guitar. Really enjoyed this.

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    Very nice. I've always loved this song

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    Man you + P90 equipped Gibson is pretty much everything I dig about jazz guitar. Really enjoyed this.
    Thanks so much Jeff. Yes, the P90 sound is hard to beat indeed.

    DB
    Last edited by DB's Jazz Guitar Blog; 12-08-2019 at 06:09 PM.