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Old 09-15-2018, 11:21 AM
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That sure was beautiful!!!
Thanks Toby.
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What a great tune, beautifully played !
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Delightful tune, Derek. I really enjoyed it... as I do anytime you're playing!
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Thanks Don and Kerbie.
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Very nice!
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Old 09-17-2018, 09:23 PM
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An earlier composition and recording of mine. Don't think I posted this one before on this forum.

http://dcoombsguitar.com/Temp/InMyHeart.mp3
Very nice Rick ! I like the bass kind of line, thereís some cool motion there, and some really beautiful chords with a sweet melody ! You could add a bit more bass frequencies during the mixing process imo, on another hand it allows the melody to really sing on the foreground , nice job !
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Thanks for the comments guys.
Johan, I usually roll off the bass somewhat starting around about 50 hertz. This particular guitar is not low end
heavy but depending on the tune it can fill in quite nicely, for example this tune on the same guitar:
http://dcoombsguitar.com/Guitar%20Music/Token.mp3
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Thanks for the comments guys.
Johan, I usually roll off the bass somewhat starting around about 50 hertz. This particular guitar is not low end
heavy but depending on the tune it can fill in quite nicely, for example this tune on the same guitar:
http://dcoombsguitar.com/Guitar%20Music/Token.mp3
Cool tune, very focused sound , is that a maple b and s Guitar?
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Cool tune, very focused sound , is that a maple b and s Guitar?
Blanchard Bristlecone: back and sides Macassar Ebony (damps bass a bit), top Swiss spruce
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Blanchard Bristlecone: back and sides Macassar Ebony (damps bass a bit), top Swiss spruce
Waouw cool ! Right now Iím gasing for African ebony b and s , seems to sound pretty dark and very dry which I like. This macassar sounds very focus but brighter than African ebony thatís why I thought about maple , very snappy
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