Deep Sea Blues

Discussion in 'Deep Sea Blues - Little Mary's Lamb' started by jhagan421, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. jhagan421

    jhagan421 Guest

    Squire Standard Stratocaster
    Neck Pickup - Tone 10
    Line 6 - Spider IV amp
    Drive 4 o'clock
    Bass 5 o'clock
    Mid 1 o'clock
    Treb 11 o'clock
    Channel Volume 4 o'clock

    as clean as I've done on camera.  Only chunked a couple of notes

    http://www.4shared.com/file/251336448/9d653f0e/Deep_Sea_Blues.html
     
  2. stratogeezer

    stratogeezer Blues Newbie

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    Sounded good to me Josh.
    I like your guitar too.
    Squiers ..I dig 'em.
     
  3. gpower

    gpower Blues Junior

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    Coming along man! It'll smooth out.
     
  4. johnc

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    Going well Josh.
     
  5. Ray_UK

    Ray_UK Blues Newbie

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    Good job Josh... you're really progressing through BBG now :)
     
  6. Spencer

    Spencer Blues Newbie

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    Josh,
           Hey man, I just wanted to say great job! I believe when I first signed on here a couple of your videos were the first things I watched. I want you to know, you have improved tremendously! It's really cool how your rhythm is getting so good and your note hitting, and tone of your guitar. Man, everything is great. Seriously, from one BBG to another, keep it up. Your hard work is paying off.
     
  7. jhagan421

    jhagan421 Guest

    Spencer thanks.
    First Emi, who has moved on to BGU, and now you, who have surpassed me also, have been great inspiration being a bit ahead (almost two fold I guess) in the time youve been playing.  In a few months I hope to be able to crank through a tune like these or Mary's lamb and just have a lot of fun doing it.
     
  8. SunnyOne

    SunnyOne Blues Newbie

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    Josh, you sounded really good and you looked confident too, I think that's important. I just kinda freeze when I record....arrgh!
     
  9. jhagan421

    jhagan421 Guest

    ;D ;D ;D ;D
    I don't feel confident!  Maybe I do with this one more than others.  I like it because if you play it FAST it can rock and if you slow it down it can be sad or just groovy.

    Thanks Sunny
     
  10. gpower

    gpower Blues Junior

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    Josh, there will come 'aha' moments where you'll use some of these licks, without even thinking about. You'll just realize that it fits.
     
  11. jhagan421

    jhagan421 Guest

    GP I've been waiting for that.  I feel it, sometimes I actually try to lay a couple of these with my eyes shut...I get about 4 bars in, miss a string...and it does not come back...but its close

    thanks
     
  12. Steve G

    Steve G St. Simons Island, GA

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    Nice one Josh.  It's under your fingers & will be smoother & smoother every time you play it.
     
  13. MandyC

    MandyC Guest

    Hi Josh

    Sounding really nice. This one is my target at the moment but it's nothing as smooth as yours yet.
     
  14. b0b_b4rk3r

    b0b_b4rk3r Guest

    Hey Josh....sounding very good my friend...... :cool:

    You seem to be ripping through these lessons.....and doing a great job on them too....... :cool:

    Thanks for posting..... :)

    Keep up the great work,

    Bob
     
  15. wgabree

    wgabree Blues Newbie

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    Good stuff Josh - keep 'em coming!  :cool: