Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

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Ramon Amira
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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by Ramon Amira » Sun May 18, 2014 4:12 pm

What the heck is porridge anyway? Sounds disgusting.

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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by riffmeister » Sun May 18, 2014 5:03 pm

Ramon Amira wrote:What the heck is porridge anyway? Sounds disgusting.

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After you've made a large pot of vegetable beef stew, you clean the pot by filling a sink with soapy water and scrubbing the pot. You can then either drain the sink or ladle it out as porridge.

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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by Ramon Amira » Sun May 18, 2014 7:18 pm

riffmeister wrote:
Ramon Amira wrote:What the heck is porridge anyway? Sounds disgusting.

Ramon
After you've made a large pot of vegetable beef stew, you clean the pot by filling a sink with soapy water and scrubbing the pot. You can then either drain the sink or ladle it out as porridge.
That's what I thought. And while we're on the subject, what the heck are "curds and whey?" Sounds even more disgusting. And what is a "tuffet?" Maybe I can sit on one when I play the guitar. As long as I'm not required to eat curds and whey if I do.

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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by riffmeister » Sun May 18, 2014 8:00 pm

Ramon Amira wrote:
riffmeister wrote:
Ramon Amira wrote:What the heck is porridge anyway? Sounds disgusting.

Ramon
After you've made a large pot of vegetable beef stew, you clean the pot by filling a sink with soapy water and scrubbing the pot. You can then either drain the sink or ladle it out as porridge.
That's what I thought. And while we're on the subject, what the heck are "curds and whey?" Sounds even more disgusting. And what is a "tuffet?" Maybe I can sit on one when I play the guitar. As long as I'm not required to eat curds and whey if I do.

Ramon
Pretty sure curds and whey are the bits that you have to scrape out of the porridge pot when cleaning it.

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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sun May 18, 2014 8:16 pm

Lovely music, Riff. I prefer the slower version, because it sounds more lyrical to me. :bravo: :merci: :bye:
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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by Pepotte » Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:22 am

very very nice!
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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by riffmeister » Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:39 pm

Thank you Pepotte!

I am re-attaching the sound file here......the attachment in the opening post seems to have gotten corrupted, there are a lot of extraneous noises when I play it. So here it is again.....play it again, Sam! :D
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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by riffmeister » Sat Jan 23, 2016 11:15 pm

riffmeister wrote:A very short winter theme for what's been a very looooooong winter!

Zoom H4n recorder with internal mics, reverb added outside of the Zoom.

Played on a 1992 Manuel Velazquez with spruce top and African Blackwood sides/back. I just put a set of D'Addario EJ45 normal tension nylon strings on the guitar for a little bit more mellow sound.
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The mp3 file in the opening post is corrupted, look in the post right before this one for a good copy.

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Re: Meister, Riff - Sketch in Am

Post by Lovemyguitar » Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:02 am

Beautiful piece, lovely playing (I much prefer the faster version, for what it's worth), and phenomenal sounding guitar!

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