Its all about the GUITAR.

Discussion in 'Music' started by FullBright1, May 2, 2018.
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  1. FullBright1
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    GROUND - RULES...

    Please supply ............Acoustic or Electric or Bass.......Guitar..........videos.
    Solo Guitar, or not.
    The videos can have singing in them, but, there has to be something in the video that is all about the Guitar, where it's highlighted as a CENTERPIECE, such AS a song that is NOTED for an amazing GUITAR SOLO.

    So here are 10 to get the ball rolling..

    Thanks for letting me turn you on again.....:)
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    This next video is recorded fairly quietly, so, plz adjust your friendly VOL knob for desired effect.
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    Remember at the beginning of this Thread i spoke about the "ground rules"?
    Ok, this next one, i want to warn you, as its going to rip your head off.
    This guys playing has been known to peel paint and knock down walls.
    But i just had to turn you on to this, as a sort of balance to all that sugar and sweetness i just (mostly) fed you within those previous 10 videos..

    Hang on to your headphones..............:) !

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    The live video of this is absolutely mesmerising, but it seems to have been pulled from youtube, so here's the same performance in audio-only:


























    I'm cheating slightly with this one, but it's a nice mellow one to end on:

     
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  6. FullBright1

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    This is Jess Lewis, a teen Brit Chick, playing a song written by "The Aristocrats".
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    Ok, this next one is a full concert, so, if you needed to take that bathroom break, then this might be the signal, before you start the show.
    I use this concert as one of my "go to", to test new headphones.
    Notice, once the Bass starts playing ( to open the show) if it feels solid but not huge, or if it feels small, which is wrong........
    Next, when the bass is opening the concert, test your resolution response.. = notice if you hear resonance from the snare drum head that is ringing along with the bass notes.
    If you dont, then your headphones are not giving you something you need, and if this can be heard and its annoying, then your headphones are giving you something extra you dont need. Also note the clarity of the cymbals, and note the light but obvious reverb trail that follows the guitar's sound in your left can...... You should hear all of this the way im implying, if your cans are worth the money you paid.
    Larry Carlton, the guitarist, makes noise plugging in his guitar before he starts the show, so, keep your volume down, till he looks at the bass player and knods...."lets go".
    Then the Bass starts... and let the testing begin.
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    Pat Metheny

    "And I Love Her"
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    Bill Frisell

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    Rambler"
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  10. tkcha
    Analogue Productions ,Limited Edition #2258 - The Guitar Artistry of Charlie Byrd , if you are jazz guitar lover you got to have this vinyl just amazing and he is one of very best .
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    The Aristocrats


    Song : Get It Like That

    Album : The Aristocrats

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    Eagles, Hotel California

     
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    Chris Impellitteri, Somewhere Over The Rainbow

     
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    Robin Trower, Too Rolling Stoned

     
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