#1
Check my profile, it's entitled blues improvisation

C4C.
Thank you
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Last edited by lucascrouse at Mar 30, 2009,
#2
I liked it. Though it sounded more like a rock solo with a lot of blues influence to me but good none the less.
#3
Thank you! Yea, I agree...The backing track was a Johnny winter blues backing track so I just called it blues solo lol..
#4
Yeah..wouldn't call it a blues.

Got some great licks in there though, great tone, good technique. Overall I loved it, sweet licks, great tone.

May I ask what gear you used?
#5
Yes you may! I use a Dean Cadillac, it was running through a marshall 100hdfx into a GNX4 which I had hooked to my computer...It's not that great of gear, but it works for me! Thank you for the comment
#10
Thanks for checking it out man! Feel free to hit up my profile too to check my new song
#11
Awesome song man.
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#13
I love the backing track lol. Great solo man, though. Is that all just one take? you really shred, blues/rock style, which is something shred is missing these days.. do i hear some layering? it sounded like some faint harmonies here and there, but i could be mistaken. Great improvising, love your phrasing. Kind of a funny ending lol but at least it wasn't some cliche blues ending you'd always hear.

soo c4c huh? it would be much appreciated, kind sir.
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#14
Yea it was one take, whole thing through. no layering, it's all just my dean cadillac through my gnx4. I'm clicking your link now