Guitar Messages by Jeremy Cotton

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  1. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    WholeNote Forum · 48 Hits · 10/4/1999 1:24 AM
    To the best of my knowledge, the magazine was a "one off" and will not be published on a regular basis without ample demand for such a specialized publication.....perhaps we should write or call en masse and provide ample demand.... JC
  2. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Equipment Forum · 63 Hits · 10/4/1999 12:21 AM
    I seem to recall an interview with a famous jazz guitar player who said something like "I was using a compressor to take all the dynamics out of my notes and a volume pedal to put them back in"...or maybe that is a blatant misquote, but the prem...(more)
  3. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Instructional Forum · 117 Hits · 10/3/1999 10:36 PM
    Hey Y'all, <br /> Are there any lessons/concepts that you would find particularly useful? JC
  4. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    WholeNote Forum · 55 Hits · 10/1/1999 3:15 AM
    I am now feeling Mark's favorite lessons are getting ripped to shreds. Please y'all, let me know why it is that you don't like what you see....I am so sensitive, you know. cho|5|0|4|0|6|0|anguish|cho |cr|
  5. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    WholeNote Forum · 45 Hits · 9/30/1999 12:26 AM
    To appropriate a quote, "It's been a long time since I rock and rolled..." I forget sometimes that not everyone has degrees in music... I think this online community is great because of all the different viewpoints and ability levels. If someth...(more)
  6. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 143 Hits · 9/10/1999 12:58 AM
    One of my students picked up 2 amps from an old lady at a yard sale this past week. For a total of $200, he got a 100 Fender keyboard amp and a early 70's Fender Twin Reverb. some guys have all the luck....
  7. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Artists Forum · 45 Hits · 9/8/1999 8:40 PM
    Let me begin by saying that this is an awesome conversation/exchange we are having, and I am glad to discuss this kind of thing with someone as thoughtful, educated, and intelligent as you have proven to be. I agree with a lot of what you are s...(more)
  8. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Artists Forum · 108 Hits · 9/8/1999 2:41 PM
    Technic is often used as an excuse to say a whole lot of nothing really fast.....I suppose my ideal of "perfect technique" would be coordination and skills so great you don't even notice or consider how difficult it must be to play some particul...(more)
  9. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 36 Hits · 8/28/1999 4:42 PM
    I've also noticed that sudden 100-0 mph deceleration....I now practice acoustically (on my gigging guitar, which is a hollowbody) almost exclusively, that way when I add volume and reverb and chorus or whatever, it is a pleasant suprise, and I a...(more)
  10. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Instructional Forum · 91 Hits · 8/24/1999 11:29 AM
    Chords do not need a 5th (uinless the 5th is altered as in a minor7/b5 chord)....and usually you can a more interesting sounding extension if you omit the 5th.
  11. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Theory Forum · 210 Hits · 7/29/1999 5:10 PM
    I am going to speculate based on half-remembered music theory/history classes.....I wouldn't classify the following ramblings as an "answer" but hopefully this will be food for thought if nothing else. I know that people were singing and probob...(more)
  12. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Announcements Forum · 106 Hits · 7/21/1999 3:32 PM
    A quick question for thoses who do solo guitar gigs.... What do you guys/how do y'all charge for solo gigs? Hourly? I work 2-3 times a week but I play few solo gigs (only a handful a year), so I never know how to charge.....any ideas/advic...(more)
  13. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Theory Forum · 52 Hits · 7/17/1999 11:52 AM
    first, let me say that I welcome all discussion (and am glad to have a good natured talk) I can play voicings for 9(#11) chords 2 ways-mostly because I have fat fingers.... C9(#11)= 5th string third fret, with 2nd finger, 4th string 2nd fret, ...(more)
  14. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Theory Forum · 135 Hits · 7/13/1999 1:49 PM
    OK, this message board seemed kind of quiet, so maybe this will incite a miniture theory revolution. Here's an example of non-analytical theroy mongering.....I do believe that the chord referenced in the newer lessons is not F#7b5 but rather F...(more)
  15. Jeremy Cotton (7938)
    Equipment Forum · 671 Hits · 7/6/1999 3:10 PM
    I got a Heritage 575 a few months ago...a blonde's like a 175 but at a fraction of the price...I string it with 12's and play jazz and blues on it. There's nothing like going to a blues jam and having a sound waaaaay bigger (not lou...(more)