Wayne's Lesson 29

Discussion in 'BGU Lessons 29-31' started by wgabree, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. wgabree

    wgabree Blues Newbie

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    Nice little chord melody solo - don't skip this one!

    Epiphone '56 Les Paul Goldtop (P90 single coil pickups)
    Both pickup, volumes at 5 & tones at 10
    Ernie Ball Reqular Slinkys (10s)
    Picked with fingers and thumb
    Recorded with UX1/POD Farm "After Midnight" preset

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    Thanks for listening!
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  2. samwell

    samwell been here.....

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    Thanks for posting Wayne, Nice & so very smooth, I enjoyed (more than a few times already) & got a feelin' I'll be back listening often! Mellow..... [smiley=beer.gif]
     
  3. gpower

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    Nicely done Wayne!
     
  4. Blues_Man

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    like it nice :)
     
  5. MikeS

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    Nice one Wayne. Thanks.
     
  6. Spencer

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    cool stuff
     
  7. cowboy

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    sweet job....later.

    cowboy
     
  8. Steve G

    Steve G St. Simons Island, GA

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    Enjoyed that one immensely when I first listened to Dave's recording and I thoroughly enjoyed your recording as well.  Maybe I shouldn't have listened as I'm now tempted to spend the rest of the day fooling around with it when I'm supposed to be practicing Solo 5.  Thanks for posting it Wayne.
     
  9. Woodycoff

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    Excellent! Well done!
     
  10. Emilio

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    Very nice Wayne
     
  11. wgabree

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    Thanks folks!  Griff has some great material here!
     
  12. JohnF

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    Hey Wayne. Listen to Mick Taylor in the 2nd half of the Sympathy For the Devil solo on Get Yer Ya Yas Out. I believe he knows this lesson. By the way, very smooth.
     
  13. wgabree

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    Oh yeah baby!  Playing that song at my 30th High School Reunion Aug 6th  :cool:
     
  14. JohnF

    JohnF Blues Newbie

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    Our band plays it and we get female volunteers to help us with the ooh,ooh part. We usually do the studio version but last time I went into the Ya Ya's solo. Keith's solo isn't bad but after Mick's chord solo part it really takes off. I don't have all that solo but what a blast. Crowds go crazy over that song.