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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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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

    Aw I am getting timeouts...I will hear it later on then.

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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

    UH! Nice one!

    YouŽve catched this jazz vibe very well plus your amazing tone and playing.

    Perhaps IŽll gonna try to play some piano stuff over the backing though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarist
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    And keep in mind that while nothing lasts forever, nothing is lost.
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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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    Default Re: Quick Tutu jam

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

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