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Offline OpsRes

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Re: Beginner's Thread
« Reply #675 on: December 23, 2018, 03:41:29 pm »
@ OpsRes
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Sounding good, lots of steady, clean chord strumming on that lovely looking Sheraton.
Including some clear F barre chords Keep up the good work. :)

Thanks close2u, it's great to get feedback from someone who knows what they're doing. I do love the Sheraton, it's a lot of fun to play. I'm still figuring out how to get the variety of sounds out of it that I know it is capable of but that's part of the fun.


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Re: Beginner's Thread
« Reply #676 on: December 23, 2018, 11:51:53 pm »
Thanks close2u, it's great to get feedback from someone who knows what they're doing.
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Re: Beginner's Thread
« Reply #677 on: October 29, 2019, 02:14:56 pm »
WHATS UP - Recording 2

Ok folks here's another take, after sorting the strumming pattern out at 16ths and slowing down to 63 bpm.
Sounded ok so decided to record against a backing track I'd found. Softer picking attempted, hence me losing the grip around 2:10 and 3:00.................apologies to Linda Perry for what I have done !

    https://soundcloud.com/tobyjenner/whats-up-recording-2

Stayed for the whole journey this time. Boy that took concentration. Oh yeah this time on the Washburn HB30 via my Behringer GX110 to Audacity. 8)

Good one!

BTW, where did you found this backtrack?

Cheers.
Stage 4 in progress...

 

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