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Late December Interlude


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A chilled instrumental, rhythm guitar capoed at 4th fret,lead improv
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Uploaded: Dec 29, 2006 - 07:39:52 PM
Last Updated: Dec 29, 2006 - 07:39:52 PM Last Played: Sep 04, 2017 - 11:33:30 AM
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dreadmon said 4313 days ago (December 29th, 2006)
Musical rain
Nice and jangly on one end of the spectrum and rough and grainy on the other - fun stuff! Hear a little Clapton influence in some of those stinging licks. Very cool!
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said 4313 days ago (December 30th, 2006)
mmmmmm....
..soooo good! Unlike bro Bing, I hear a little Mark Knopfler. Lovely STRATification herein man! Just lovely....

Be well!
jiguma said 4312 days ago (December 30th, 2006)
Chilled alright!
Lovely improv Steve. Your playing hasn't suffered from too much Christmas cheer apparently!
Neil
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said 4312 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
relaxing
tune.... just right for late night tea....
I hear a SteveL influence...

Cheers
J.K
stevel said 4312 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
Cheers!
He he...well I must admit I have never been any good at copying other guitar players. For better or worse it always ends up sounding like Stevel!
Cheers for listening in guys
Steve

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Mcboy said 4312 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
mighty tasty
rhythms ..........i can hear some of your strat influences but still sounds like u........love the feel to this track....the tones.....please consider playing in one of my future upcomming "slingers" tracks.....have a happy new year....!
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stevel said 4312 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
Thanks!
ooh yes it would be cool to join in on a Slingers track at some point! I had better get practicing!
Thanks for listening
Steve

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bronco said 4312 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
High and Sweet!
Fotheringay, Neil Young, JJ Cale . . . I'm hearing so many different influences here that it just must be you coming through and not anyone else! The capo, although frowned on in some circles, is I think a very useful tool to create a little different ambience and you do well with it here. This has a little of everything . . nice octaves, high bends, sweet slides. A pleasure to hear a guitar this varied and well played!
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stevel said 4311 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
Cheers Bronco
I use the capo a lot these days...it's a good tool when you want to write songs and come up with different progressions. In fact most of the Day For Night songs are played using a capo.
Thanks for listening
Steve

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Ed Hannifin said 4311 days ago (December 31st, 2006)
People who frown on capoes...
...don't understand what they do...

They don't just change a guitar's key, they change its sound... a guitar played with a capo on sounds different... And that difference can be used skillfully to get a particular tone or timbre...

I agree with all the influences noted here, but most especially with the stevel influence... You do have a sound that's you, in terms of tone, in terms of phrasing, and not just in terms of lead playing... Your rhythm playing is distinctive itself...

Bronco mentions Fotheringay, and I could see Fotheringay's version of 'The Way I Feel' as having some steve-ness in both guitar AND vocal approach...

Getting back to this one, though, I really like your instrumental jams, and look forward to them... I'd love to hear some Duck Dunn style low bass on this, too, but there is some very pretty playing here...

Can you say what your set-up is... direct in, using an amp, using a mic, and all that?

Ed
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stevel said 4311 days ago (January 1st, 2007)
Thanks Ed
Well my set up is really pretty basic...just a strat run direct into LE7 via Endirol interface. On this track I have utilised some LE7 guitar amp settings and added delay for the lead. I am looking to investigate some more guitar amp software in the new year, and at some point I am gonna have to look at mic'ing my Fender Champ amp (I do have neighbours to consider though haha)
Cheers for listening
Steve

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DirtyWinston said 4302 days ago (January 10th, 2007)
lovely
great vibe.
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Komrade K said 4270 days ago (February 10th, 2007)
Luscious
Music to watch wintry Whitstable sunsets to - great pacing and phrasing.

KK
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