#1July 27th, 2013 · 11:01 PM
125 threads / 41 songs
2,793 posts
Puerto Rico
dacing fingers!
Me fooling around the classical guitar!

#2July 28th, 2013 · 04:28 AM
64 threads / 13 songs
669 posts
United States of America
"Fooling around"?

Damn it that was beautiful. The flow is very similar to Phil Keaggy's acoustic work, and you look so at ease on the fretboard. The piece really picked up around 1:58 when the "heavy" riff started.

The tone of the guitar is also beautiful. I'm impressed with the timbre you got on nylon strings and I can't even see a mic in sight.
#3July 28th, 2013 · 06:31 AM
368 threads / 186 songs
3,308 posts
United Kingdom
Very reminiscent of your playing style, reminds me of your early work.
Hmm... Avi surly you saw the large diaphragm condenser bottom right lol
I've said this many times, get yourself a pencil condenser for acoustic guitar, a stereo pair if you can afford it, they are the best for any type of acoustic guitar - still a large diaphragm is still better than a built in preamp.
Thanks for sharing with us - very well played I must say.
#4July 29th, 2013 · 12:27 AM
19 threads / 10 songs
495 posts
Japan
Holy  John Lee Hooker  I started singing some swamp mother doobie blues  all over this , I'm going to have to go  mow the yard now just to cool down . Yeah ...very cool. Carry this one in ma head .
Thanks mate love it.
 
#5July 29th, 2013 · 07:31 PM
125 threads / 41 songs
2,793 posts
Puerto Rico
Thank you guys..appreciate the listen and comments!...Cheers!
#6July 30th, 2013 · 03:31 AM
75 threads / 57 songs
905 posts
Netherlands
thats not fooling around, thats a masterclass
lovely!
#7August 3rd, 2013 · 01:26 AM
144 threads / 25 songs
1,880 posts
United States of America
awesomeness..  dropped D open tuning .  You have come up with a very unique way of playing in that tuning compared to most Drop D songs.
#8August 12th, 2013 · 11:36 AM
125 threads / 41 songs
2,793 posts
Puerto Rico
Thank you guys!
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