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    I see that my slide guitar version of Footprints has reached top of the charts at http://www.soundclick.com/genres/Cha...z&Subgenre=110

    Kirk

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    Default Re: #1 at Soundclick Jazz General

    Nice clip man!

    I remember making it to like 400 in the rock charts with one of my clips... lol
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    Default Re: #1 at Soundclick Jazz General

    Hey, Kirk!

    Congrats on the strong response.
    Nice to see you over this way...

    The tune and tone are somewhat reminiscent of a more laid back type of Beck tune (that's a good thing.... to say the least). What type guitar, amp, od are you using?

    grace & peace & cool tones,

    Randy (randy_mc on the bottleneck forum)
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    Default Re: #1 at Soundclick Jazz General

    Sounds cool to me. What equipment did you use?

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    Default Re: #1 at Soundclick Jazz General

    the technique sounds a little derek trucks like...which is cool...

    the actual playing sounds very much like a sax player, which is amazin the way you did it! very nice!
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    Default Re: #1 at Soundclick Jazz General

    Thanks guys ...

    I used my old Strat (with Seymour Duncan stacks), in dropped D, very heavy strings (16-18-24-34-44-54), using a heavy brass slide, into my DigiTech RP100, into CoolEdit.

    Cheers,

    Kirk

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