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Bluetude Backing Track

I was able to find this track in my archives and it is a great one to solo over. This is a high quality mp3 and it is about 7 megs.

Blutude.mp3

Enjoy!

Jim
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11/26/2007 8:29 AM

Andrew Ells-O'Brien (563) wrote:

Getting a 404 error on the file



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11/26/2007 10:34 AM

Jim Heidinger (8553) wrote:

Look further down on page 1 for my corrected link.

Jim

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11/26/2007 12:28 PM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

Hey Jim,

Long time, huh?

I might have to give this one a try tonight!

Chris



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11/26/2007 3:18 PM

Jim Heidinger (8553) wrote:

Sure has been a while, Chris.

Looking forward to hearing your take!

Jim

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11/26/2007 7:43 PM

Kevin Bowling (5230) wrote:

Here's my lousy attempt. I was appalled at how bad I suck at this. Enjoy (or not, your choice)





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11/26/2007 10:37 PM

Drew Todd (1193) wrote:

Hey Kevin. Not too shabby! Unique approach -- you avoided the "easy way out" and actually tried to say something unique. Very "angular" sounding. :)

Playing *anything* when you know the tape is rolling is intimidating. I think you did a nice job.

Keep at it, I *hear* it gets easier... lol.

What's yer rig on this one?

-- Drew





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11/27/2007 9:24 AM

Kevin Bowling (5230) wrote:

Hi Drew. My rig? Lessee, I was playin my son's Yamaha. I think it's a Pacifica, looks like a Tele with two hummers plugged into the Digitec GSP 21 processor straight to the sound card. Preset #55 with compression turned on. Love that setting. I dunno if it gets easier or not, with this particular track anyway. I played around with it a couple years ago when it first came around and stunk at it then too. That jazzy stuff is the hardest thing for me to play. More reason to dive into it I suppose.



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11/26/2007 11:20 PM

Jim Heidinger (8553) wrote:

Hey Kev,

I heard some nice things in there. The changes can be a little tricky if you really are paying close attention to the harmony which I got the sense that you were doing. That makes it tougher but also can produce some nice gems.

:)

Jim



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11/27/2007 9:28 AM

Kevin Bowling (5230) wrote:

Mornin Jim. Those changes are a lot tricky for me. Just can't seem to get my brain wrapped around that track. I'm quite a bit rusty too. Playing music hasn't been top priority for me lately. I got my stuff hooked back up though so I'm moving it up on the list. Thanks for the kind words. Have a nice day

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11/27/2007 12:01 AM

Jeremy Ledford (14379) wrote:

ok. set levels with goldwave and my Boss br864, then just played along with it cold, no prep at all. (well had to figure key but thats it). encoded and all. and still havent checked to see if any good. uploaded to sound click. still havent listened to.

k now i have. any good?

Clicky

germ



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11/27/2007 1:08 AM

Jim Heidinger (8553) wrote:

Germ, your touch and tone are amazing as always. Course we know where the tone comes from. ;)

Awesome take my friend!

Jim





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11/27/2007 6:17 PM

Jeremy Ledford (14379) wrote:

thanx, i try my best.

been slacking on playing recently. maybe i'll do another take. heard a few bad notes.

germ



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11/27/2007 9:31 AM

Kevin Bowling (5230) wrote:

You're a mad man.



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11/28/2007 2:57 AM

Alan Roberts (10065) wrote:

Nice little rip there...

Peace,
Alan

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