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Discussion in 'The Cellar' started by Michael RT, Apr 22, 2019.
No...I can’t watch/listen...you’re too good!
Wonderful as usual Michael....
I think maybe a banjo to change it up, because on the six string you do no wrong! Cheers Mitch
Thanks a ton guys for the kindness.
It's always greatly appreciated.
Thank you my kind friend.
I do play the banjo as well, however it's something I've never recorded before.
You're a talented guy Michael. Really nice clip as always.
Ahh, thank you my friend, you're a very kind person.
Wow Michael! That was fantastic!
Thank you for sharing!
It's good to hear from you my friend, thank you for checking out my vid.
Dude. Seriously. Amazing.
That was some real tasty playing, you are truly talented. Not only modding amps but also knowing how to handle a guitar. I tip my hat to you good sir
Well written, well rounded piece of music RT! Playing is great as always but when a tune itself speaks to me, well, that's where it's really at, especially original material, and this was mighty cool. Great work.
Really great tone and playing.Time for an album.
Thanks a ton for the encouraging words, I greatly appreciate it.
Thank you so much Derek.
I've been working on my musical phrases a lot lately.
I want to create music that is more memorable as opposed to over technical.
Thank you kindly sir!
I have a guitar instrumental with about 12 tunes in my Sound Cloud, it's pretty mellow for the most part though.
It's kinda more thought provoking more than anything.
Very nice Michael.
Educational, as usual.
I know I frequently say something like this but...
...I'm always impressed with your guitars' balance and eq on your recordings.
The lows are there without getting in the way of another instrument.
The highs are always there, without the highest highs becoming thin.
I think of this as an impressive achievement at your end and a standard to aim for.
Thank you for all the kind words.
You never really stop learning how to capture the sound right, it truly is an art-form.
I don't think I've mastered it yet though.