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    Arrow Quick Tutu jam

    I was jamming over a monolithic (Miles Davis) Tutu bass line and and enjoyed the results so I thought I'd add a but of rhythm guitar and post it:

    http://www.marinblues.it/music/quicktutu.mp3


    No distinct melody to it, just a quick noodle. I used a Fernandes strat with vintage Fender pickups.


    Here's the backing if anyone else want to give it a run:

    http://www.marinblues.it/base/quicktutubacking.mp3


    thanks for listening.

    Marin

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    Aw I am getting timeouts...I will hear it later on then.
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    UH! Nice one!

    You´ve catched this jazz vibe very well plus your amazing tone and playing.

    Perhaps I´ll gonna try to play some piano stuff over the backing though.
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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

    Hey thanks. I am curious to hear your piano take.

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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

    Quote Originally Posted by Marinblues
    Hey thanks. I am curious to hear your piano take.
    +1

    Marin your version is really cool, I might have to see what I can do with this myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuntius
    +1

    Marin your version is really cool, I might have to see what I can do with this myself.
    Give it a try. It leaves a lot of room for improvisation.

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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

    Nicely done; I dig the delayed bright sound you got on that, some ripping leads man!

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    Now I can hear it
    Awesome Marin....loved that sound, and outstanding playing as usual.
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