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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint 55 View Post
    You mean there's also good jazz that the focus isn't melody? Or that you don't think that was melodic?!!
    I mean, not all good jazz is inherently extremely melodic.
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    I agree. Although I prefer melodic stuff like Chet, or Grant Green, or Ellington, or Monk.
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    Much like Swedish Black Death Metal, and Powermetal, and NWOBHM, there are many many jazz sub genre's.

    They are all different.

    And much like jazz approaching free-form, Frank Zappa can also sound exactly like anyone would playing whatever notes they want. Sometimes brilliant, sometimes just crap.
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    Woke up and realized I never posted something so here it is.

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    https://youtu.be/AEzUBZ6Stv0

    Iíll try to do another one.

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    I figured I might as well post another one since I was at it. Still practicing but getting there

    https://youtu.be/B8FdwJNRyXE

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    Very nice!!!
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    Thanks! P90 into a 5e3. Canít go wrong. Except the playing

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    Nice counter melodies and inner voices. Good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint 55 View Post
    Nice counter melodies and inner voices. Good job.
    Thanks Clint. Iíll try to keep posting stuff.

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    Ok!
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    Default Re: Jazz Standards

    Even though Iím not a big fan of jazz, I do love the way the melodies intertwine with the chords.

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    Figured I would post this. I seem to be making progress and got thru this 5 minute take without screwing up too badly. I'm also happy with my recording setup and tone now. The pickup is a (A5) 59 with A2 spacers.

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    Very nice!!
    Good job!!.

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    Thx!
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    One of my favorite jazz players, he is blazing here, but that band is swingin':

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    Nice job Clint . You as well Blille.

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    Guitar, digital hammond, left hand bass, ez drummer. You can only hear the bass well on good speax or headphones.

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    I think one thing that puts people off to jazz is the snooty elitism in some circles, people like Wynton Marsalis and Stanley Crouch and any number of snobby academics haven't exactly helped any.
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    Cool. I have a bunch of Jazz Fake books for piano and guitar, I wish I spent more time Jazzin it up.

    I do a lot of non standard and weird things on the guitar and if someone asks me what is it that I was doing -I always say "jazz man" ....

    Sort of a 30 something year old running joke for me.
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    Yep, jazz is fun.
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