Madzää
Failing at n00b language
Join date: Apr 2008
1,550 IQ
#1
It´s been a while since I last posted here, but I finally got around to writing something for this forum again. This piece features a fairly simple arrangement, 2x head 2x solo 1x head, and as you can probably hear, it started out as a piece for solo guitar. I kept the solo fairly short in this one, because this was pretty much improvised on the spot and I didn´t have time to do more. Oh well.

C4C, no RSE
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U6.mid
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Last edited by Madzää at Oct 12, 2012,
Life Is Brutal
Master of Modulation
Join date: Jun 2008
3,873 IQ
#2
Really liked it, some really awesome parts in it. But there are a few aspects in it that I don't like about this particular style of jazz, which is mainly in how incoherent some of the runs get.

But still, really awesome stuff.
Lavatain
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Join date: May 2008
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#3
That was rather insane, didn't even know such things were capable of being played, and can't quite figure out how I would do it, finger picking, hybrid or with a plectrum.
Madzää
Failing at n00b language
Join date: Apr 2008
1,550 IQ
#4
Thanks for the kind words! I might have gone overtop with the harmony a few times, particularly in the solo, but this is probably only a side-effect of the "busy" playing style I prefer when playing in such small group arrangements or by myself. I am playing with a pick, only occasionally using my middle finger to pluck chords (for example bars 5, 7-8).
In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.

Quote by Lord-O-Donuts
Banned for being the coolest April 08'er on UG.


please check out my own album:
almilano.bandcamp.com