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    I don't use my Soundcloud very often, so here's an attempt...right into GarageBand, tele...sounds ok...let me know what you think.

    I think I'll do a few more Holiday tunes over the next week and mess with the sound a bit more.

    Lulajze Jezuniu by Jeff Matz - Listen to music

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    [QUOTE=mr. beaumont;995220]I don't use my Soundcloud very often, so here's an attempt...right into GarageBand, tele...sounds ok...let me know what you think.

    I think I'll do a few more Holiday tunes over the next week and mess with the sound a bit more.

    Lulajze Jezuniu by Jeff Matz - Listen to music

    Listen to Lulajze Jezuniu by Jeff Matz on #SoundCloud
    [/QUOTE

    There is a sincerity and humility here that is quite affecting. Well done!

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    listened a few times...real nice mr. b...has a decidedly frisell like vibe...(a good thing to me!)

    volume gets a little hot towards end, but otherwise nice tone...

    cheers

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    Thanks fellas.

    Something about my tele makes me play a certain way. I'm trying to convince myself it's less "Ripping Fris off" and more that Bill just plays "Telecaster music."


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    Beautifully played! I hear this kind of arrangement for the first time and I've heard a lot of them. It is super popular tune in Poland during current period. I wonder how You get to know this song?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slusar
    Beautifully played! I hear this kind of arrangement for the first time and I've heard a lot of them. It is super popular tune in Poland during current period. I wonder how You get to know this song?
    Thank you!

    I'm of Polish and German descent, my busia (babcia--I learned recently that almost nobody in Poland calls grandma "busia"--maybe a Chicago thing?) sang it when I was a kid--and I taught guitar to young beginners for years in a neighborhood here in Chicago with a lot of first generation Polish families (Chicago has a HUGE Polish population) so I HAD to know it.

    There's something wonderful about seeing a little kid who's guitar is bigger than they are plucking this one out in first position.

    Wesolych Swiat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    Thank you!

    I'm of Polish and German descent, my busia (babcia--I learned recently that almost nobody in Poland calls grandma "busia"--maybe a Chicago thing?) sang it when I was a kid--and I taught guitar to young beginners for years in a neighborhood here in Chicago with a lot of first generation Polish families (Chicago has a HUGE Polish population) so I HAD to know it.

    There's something wonderful about seeing a little kid who's guitar is bigger than they are plucking this one out in first position.

    Wesolych Swiat!
    What I nice history You haveSolo Christmas Tune#1, Lulazje Jezuniu. BTW I can see more and more people with polish connections on this forum, interresting.
    About geandma naming it's correct. I haven't called mine "busia" even once in my lifeSolo Christmas Tune#1, Lulazje Jezuniu but in other regions it can be different.

    Weso?ych ?wi?t!

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