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#1 2010-02-06 04:51:01

06sc500
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"Flying Solo" video

This is an interesting solo piece I came up with and played at my school talent show back in December.  It's in a gym, so obviously the sound isn't great, although I thought the guitar was easier to hear than people who sang.  Pardon the baby at 2:04...and the rowdy hoodlums in the background applauding every now and then.  The bottom two strings went horribly out of tune after I did that big slide up the bottom E string at the end...I don't think anyone other than me noticed, but other guitarists will undoubtedly pick it up.  I had just put new strings on the day before hand.

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#2 2010-02-06 07:35:33

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Re: "Flying Solo" video

Nice job Stephen smile  standing all alone before an audience takes a lot, with a band if it dont go well you have each other to fall back on I liked the presentation and the tuning was not that noticable to distract from your performance including the baby well done smile


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#3 2010-02-06 15:21:22

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Re: "Flying Solo" video

Russell_Harding wrote:

Nice job Stephen smile  standing all alone before an audience takes a lot, with a band if it dont go well you have each other to fall back on I liked the presentation and the tuning was not that noticable to distract from your performance including the baby well done smile

I had recruited two different drummers to accompany me but the obscure time changes (I wasn't paying attention to time, I was just playing) threw them off.


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