Topic: Burnt Toast

A revised version of the 1st one.  This is in B standard on the Dean Z I had modified.
Still SONBEAM on drums and yes, I floated around a tad on my timing.

https://soundcloud.com/beamer326/burnt-toast 

“It’s like a Jab, you got the squeeze and you got the attack, you got the guitar and the emotion behind the song. 
You can plug into a Marshall, but if you are not attacking it,  it's just going to sound so-so.  If the song doesn't grove, you are just bashing through chords” .
-- Mike Ness,  Social Distortion

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I left a message to you on SoundCloud. Great bit of rock.     

Ask not what Chordie can do for you, but what you can do for Chordie.

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Beamer to jam away with your son like that to me is brilliant.     

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Thanks Peatle     

“It’s like a Jab, you got the squeeze and you got the attack, you got the guitar and the emotion behind the song. 
You can plug into a Marshall, but if you are not attacking it,  it's just going to sound so-so.  If the song doesn't grove, you are just bashing through chords” .
-- Mike Ness,  Social Distortion

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Phil ill reply there

“It’s like a Jab, you got the squeeze and you got the attack, you got the guitar and the emotion behind the song. 
You can plug into a Marshall, but if you are not attacking it,  it's just going to sound so-so.  If the song doesn't grove, you are just bashing through chords” .
-- Mike Ness,  Social Distortion

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Great fun, Beamer ... nothing wrong with "floating around", or as professionals might call it "creative improvisation". It's your song, dude ... ya can do whatever you want with it, right?