Tags : | Jazz | 6.51 MB

Description : Picked up a "Samick-Artist Series Edition" 1970 Guitar...
Just giving it a run through, to see if I'll keep it in
my Arsenal of Axe's... :-)... So this is just Bass, Drums
and Guitar...
Not really happy with the Drums so they will change, some
tones in the Guitars will change, only because this is
just a rough mix..Got another Project had to dump this
from my drive...Hope you all enjoy...


CAN-A-MER Publishing reg.2015

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  1. Arloph09
    Arloph09 on Sun 18th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    it;s a really good track..but needs to be lounder

  2. betl
    betl on Sat 17th Mar 2018 - 1 year ago

    nice stuff

  3. domr30
    domr30 on Fri 24th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    très belle réalisation un peu de cuivre dans le fond c est mon avis ça serait pas mal bonne musique domr

    Reply by soundhound

    My French sucks so, glad you like it...


  4. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Tue 21st Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    TG, this is really nice. I learned a long time ago that the tone and timbre of a guitar lies directly in the hands of the player. It is only when an accomplished artist puts those hands to work that the true nature of the guitar comes out.

    Like the others have said, keep that guitar! And keep putting these gems up for the rest of us to listen to and marvel at. Added to favorites, and a huge thank you for another master's class in how to navigate a fret board. I hope all is well.


    Reply by soundhound

    Thanks... Bear

    Most players use a lot of the same sounding gear, kinda hard not
    to sound like someone else...
    So in fact it's what you are playing, that can give you your story
    and lets tell it the way you want sound wise...
    The trick is to know how to say, feel and express what you feel
    through the guitar or any instrument...

    It's easy to play any musical instrument: all you have to do is touch the right place at the right time and the instrument will play itself.
    ....J.S. Bach

    Thanks for stopping in and your kind comment...


  5. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 19th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Just keep that guitar.. Never let it go and just keep making those sweet sweet twangs from it!

    Reply by soundhound

    Yep....Already came to that conclusion, 12 different sounds
    out of 4 pickups is not bad at all...A keeper for sure...

    Glad you enjoyed it...


  6. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sun 19th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Oh man.....there is something about this that speaks to the heart/mind....the music that has always stuck with me tends be the simple tunes that let the particular feeling/instrument speak its peace.....love the rich guitar tones TG...I think the beat simplicity does fit the vibe well so not sure I`d muck with a whole lot...same with the gtr tones.. (I have a hell of a time finding drums I like)....You have done it again....and even though you consider it a rough draft...I still consider it a fav.....Ed

    Reply by soundhound

    Ed...My Man

    I was trying to get 3 or 4 different sounds out of it, that made sense
    in my head anyway... :)
    The trick is to try and stay out of each others way, but somehow
    come together... Keeping things simple..
    The Drums are my Alesis SR18 and it just that I need to drop a few
    things into the program add some dynamics...

    Thanks for your solid comment, glad you enjoyed it...


  7. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Sun 19th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    can i try play with the sound, i would like to opload it if im allowed from you?

    Reply by soundhound

    I'm not one that likes to hear the balance of harmony, changed
    so what you want to do...Is for what and why would you, want to...
    If you've got the talent to change my sound...Then you should
    be able to do your own...And perfect it...
    See listen and learn, then you can take someone else's stuff and
    do...So for today it's:

    Not on my back Jack...


  8. Mykael
    Mykael on Sat 18th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Sweet! The fact that this is an unfinished work is a testament to your musical genious. I love the soulful funky rawness of the guitar. Well done, you!

    Love & Light,


    Reply by soundhound

    I thank you for your kind words, this is just messing around but
    it turned out not bad...Genious is a long way beyond this, you don't
    get there when you want to...It lets you in for a moment and if you're
    paying attention, you learn something that you can, take back with you
    when the door closes... :)

    Glad you enjoyed it...


  9. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Sat 18th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Really loved the smooth Allman-Brothers style guitar playing licks. Really tastefully done! I loved how each guitar fit into its own space in the track!

    Rico L.

    Reply by soundhound

    Allman-Brothers...A few good friends in the first band, that have
    moved on to the band in the sky...
    I hope to see them when I get there...hahaha :)

    Just trying a little different placements, in the mid range and highs
    bottom end is strong but to me the drums, make it feel wrong...
    They will change when I find the time...
    Glad you enjoyed it...


  10. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Fri 17th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    there need more work with the sound is hard to say how to improve but sound good but just need a bit of adjust.

    Reply by soundhound

    It was never meant, to be anything but a test run for my New Guitar
    the tracks are logged and filed, if and when I want to get down to the nuts and bolts, by mixing my CD or something then and only then
    will adjustments be done...

  11. danke
    danke on Fri 17th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    Dear God Buddy!

    What an atmospherical, moody, tasty, superb track!
    Just sitting around you and enjoy this jammy trip with the smile on my face...somewhere in time...:-)

    Hats off, Danke

    Hope all is well!

    Reply by soundhound

    The Guitar is a 1970 Model Samick...Did you know, they made
    the 1st Gibson's for the Gibson company...
    The one I have, looks and feels like an "SG" model, one piece
    body and neck...Plays like a dream, I had somewhere in time... :-)

    Thanks My Man...

    And may the winds of life blow, only good things your way...


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