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I See Your Light

As time goes on
I see the inner beauty in you
A shining star
A source of strength deep inside
A moment’s glance
As the universe surrounds us
I’m in a trance
As time moves beyond us

I see your light
Shine so right
I see your light
Shine so bright
In the darkness of the night

It’s not emotion
Or the things that linger round us
The times we share
The moments in our lives together
The times at hand
Hold on through the stormy weather
And make your way
To the brighter light of day

Music and lyrics by Frank Axtell © 2008 FrankAxtell ® All Rights Reserved.

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Uploaded: Jan 21, 2009 - 05:39:02 PM
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2009 - 05:42:05 PM Last Played: Jan 28, 2017 - 07:51:31 PM
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Feter said 3588 days ago (January 21st, 2009)
I see the light
The energy on your guitar work just amazing...the magic
feelin there is just beyond compare ...there s a good
feel among all your songs as a signature ..good singing
there my friend ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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dajama said 3588 days ago (January 21st, 2009)
Lovely
Lovely flowing groove to this. The guitar is outstanding, lovely sound and playing, and great melodic touches. The vocal is good, and some nice lyrics, too. Great production, and terrific musicianship. Very cool. Nicely done. Peace.
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springclock said 3587 days ago (January 21st, 2009)
fab
fab guitar playing.....def a eric johnson tone but with more shred and fire..... that clean tone is way nice and way johnson as well....

cool.... and cleaness abounds in your mix....

peace and future....Ian
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rsolorio said 3587 days ago (January 22nd, 2009)
Keaggy, Brewster blend
Great song. Not just the guitar work but the style and production quality. Awesome.
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MarkHolbrook said 3587 days ago (January 22nd, 2009)
I love how
this starts! Excellent use of the drums too. Guitar of course rocks sweet.

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regulus said 3586 days ago (January 22nd, 2009)
Definitely
another smoker. Liked it right from the start with the vibes and the whole piece has good vibes throughout. As usual great guitar chops by the pound all along.

But no download................erg.........
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caymanjazz said 3584 days ago (January 25th, 2009)
Cool song man
Wow I reaaly like this. This has a great groove and melody.
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musichead said 3583 days ago (January 26th, 2009)
guitar
I would like to know what guitar you used. As well as the amp set up. Nice melody. Pro job!
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FrankAxtell said 3582 days ago (January 27th, 2009)
Gear used...

In the studio I use either a Bill Nash relic maple neck strat with Lollar pick ups or a 1983 Fender rosewood neck strat with Fender 1968 electronics into a Cry Baby wah, RC Booster and A/B box. From there it goes to a 1976 JMP Marshall 2204 and 1987 Silver Jubilee 100 watt head. both amps run vintage Marshall 4x12 with Rola 25 watt Celestions. I make sure that the microphone is pointing about two inches off center to the cone and set at a very slight angle to avoid too much pressure. Moving the microphone closer to the centre of the driver will increase the attack but you will lose the warmth. If you are placing microphones on a stereo guitar cabinet or cabinets, then follow the above steps but make sure that they are placed symmetrically to avoid any phase problems. I use Shure SM 58's into a Presonus Firepod into my Mac G5running Logic Pro. Live, I run a Silver Jubilee 2550 with Marshall 4x12 and 2 vintage Fender Super Reverbs, Cry baby Wah, RC Booster. The Lexicon PCM 80 and Chandler Digital Echo is fed by the line out of the Jubllee and then the signal is amplified by the stereo Fender Supers or Fender Vibro Kings.

Part of my tone is achieved by turning the amps way up....a luxury I can afford due to a spare bedroom in my home studio set aside for isolation. The 50 watt Marshall JMP is cranked to about 8 and the Marshall Jubilee is on about 7and set to the 50 watt setting. Load enough to kill small animals at 20 paces....seriously the power tubes need to be worked a bit. I love Jimi Hendrix's tone on Band of Gypsys. In my opinion that is the ultimate strat /Marshall tone....if it ain't broke don't fix it.
Mike Landau and Scotty Henderson also get this very ballsy, very raw sound which I find very exhilarating and gripping. It's all about the signal chain and great vintage amps. My next amp may be the John Suhr OD 100 classic SE, which seems to replicate a well tuned late sixties early seventies Marshall Plexi. The Xotic RC booster helps slam the front end of the amps with a bit more punch. I also pick lightly and back off the tone control on the bridge pickup on the strat, back at least half way to warm up the tone and rid myself of some of the harshness of the high end.
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With over two decades in the music industry, Frank Axtell is a renowned guitarist and composer who is a major contributor to the South Florida jazz/fusion/rock/blues scene. He performs with his own jazz ensemble, The Frank Axtell Quartet/Trio. He wa... [see more]

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