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Old 11-26-2017, 09:35 PM
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Yeah, I was into that whole thing. At least it was the bartender asking if you wanted a beer, and not some nice local requesting a song in the middle of your jam!
You make good use of the delay on both guitar and vocal.
The audience seemed to enjoy it through their conversations. I wish I could see the crowd, too, but the parking lot ainít bad.
Do this more often, will you?
Thank you Larry for taking time to listen! I was wonderin' who would catch that Heineken request LOL

It's a tough place to eq and I didn't know I accidentally engaged the clip switch on the amp so I was fightin' with gain and a thinner tone. I normally get a much fuller sound with this setup. I must have clicked it on when I was pluggin' in cuz the switch is right next to the input. The delay is simply the one on the Loudbox Performer set low in mix and not too long.

Thanks again Larry, I appreciate your encouraging words and comments!

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Old 11-27-2017, 10:29 AM
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This has a great vibe, Eric, just the type of thing my wife and I can agree upon for a night of listening enjoyment!
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Old 11-27-2017, 10:19 PM
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This has a great vibe, Eric, just the type of thing my wife and I can agree upon for a night of listening enjoyment!
Thank you Bob! ...and the food & margaritas are excellent!
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End of the Innocence, one of my all time favorites, very well done. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 11-29-2017, 01:41 AM
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Thank you Larry for taking time to listen! I was wonderin' who would catch that Heineken request LOL

It's a tough place to eq and I didn't know I accidentally engaged the clip switch on the amp so I was fightin' with gain and a thinner tone. I normally get a much fuller sound with this setup. I must have clicked it on when I was pluggin' in cuz the switch is right next to the input. The delay is simply the one on the Loudbox Performer set low in mix and not too long.

Thanks again Larry, I appreciate your encouraging words and comments!

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Guys, Eric is "the real deal." Eric, you are a very talented man. I've listened to snippets or more of most of your stuff on YouTube tonight and I will be shamelessly stealing some of your covers, my friend. There's a whole lot to love with what you've done on YouTube but I'll have to say that "My Sweet Lady" is probably my favorite because it is so tastefully done. I also read all of the comments on your videos & your replies to them -- you are a good man -- your appreciative & heartfelt comments represent the ideal of what on-line communication should be and this forum is lucky to have you. Thank you so much for sharing.
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Old 11-29-2017, 10:13 AM
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End of the Innocence, one of my all time favorites, very well done. Thanks for sharing.
Much appreciated Bob, thank you for listening!

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Guys, Eric is "the real deal." Eric, you are a very talented man. I've listened to snippets or more of most of your stuff on YouTube tonight and I will be shamelessly stealing some of your covers, my friend. There's a whole lot to love with what you've done on YouTube but I'll have to say that "My Sweet Lady" is probably my favorite because it is so tastefully done. I also read all of the comments on your videos & your replies to them -- you are a good man -- your appreciative & heartfelt comments represent the ideal of what on-line communication should be and this forum is lucky to have you. Thank you so much for sharing.
Wow Reasley, you just made my day! Thank you for such kind and generous comments!! ...thievery among us musicians is a common thang enjoy!

My Sweet Lady is one of the first songs I learned to play finger style and is still an all-time fav. I'm so encouraged that you took time to listen and enjoy it. As far as on-line com goes, I'm grateful when folks stop by and listen. So I try to spread the one love at every opportunity in this fast paced, insta-grat world...thanks again friend.

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Old 11-29-2017, 12:45 PM
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Didn't expect that! Nice It's always so cool to see people perform so naturally infront of a crowd.

I guess you've been performing for quite a while? :P
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Old 11-29-2017, 07:09 PM
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noledog love your music. This was very enjoyable.
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Old 11-30-2017, 04:32 PM
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Nice Eric! Mahalo!
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Didn't expect that! Nice It's always so cool to see people perform so naturally infront of a crowd.

I guess you've been performing for quite a while? :P
Thank you for the kind words! ...yes I started performing in late 70's

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noledog love your music. This was very enjoyable.
Thanks buddy, good to hear from you...hope you had a fun summer in that lovely boat!
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Nice Eric! Mahalo!
thank you, one love!
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Very nice Eric!
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Old 12-01-2017, 12:49 PM
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Two great songs. I love your singing and playing! Thank you for sharing this.
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