Thanks for listening Jack. Yes, it does have a nice sound. What more could I want!Jack Douglas wrote:Nice guitar too!!
Thanks for your comments, but there's no technical reason for the slight breaths I'm taking between variations. Perhaps, these breaths are slightly long, but they were intentional. I'll consider how to make the sections flow into each other better. I probably just need to be begin each one a bit earlier.Kenbobpdx wrote:A few challenges when it transitions sections but those should smooth out in time. Its a tough piece that needs to keep motoring along. My favorite recording of this is by andi33x here on the forum. You might want to give his recording a listen for ideas on phrasing and making the transitions between sections in a way to really move the piece along.
Thanks for these comments! I try hard to create a good sound.Laudiesdad69 wrote:I really liked that piece. I had never heard it before. See, the beautiful things one learns by hanging out on this forum. I love the tone. What kind of guitar are you using? I know that the tone doesn't just come from the guitar, I know it has a lot to do with the player's touch. I know this because I've played many high dollar guitars, and I still sound like myself-for better or worse. But, when I listen to your videos with my headphones, the sound is very natural to me. I am a gear head in the end, the way some guys are about cars, I am about guitars lol. Oh, also what strings?
Thanks so much for these comments. I appreciate it.therebelartist wrote: ↑Sun May 21, 2017 3:09 pmHi Lucy,
A very lovely piece and beautifully played. Really enjoyed it. Your Christopher Dean guitar has a very beautiful tone, I especially like the bass and together you make a perfect partnership.
Keep uploading these great video performances for us all to enjoy.
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