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2008/03/03 15:59:14 (permalink)

solo guitar

hi !
This is something I've been mucking about with today ! Its written for solo guitar.Kind of spanish / weird flamenco feel to it !
Thanks
kev
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    robby
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 17:08:34 (permalink)
    No link kev?

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 17:50:28 (permalink)
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 18:32:57 (permalink)
    You played that on a keyboard, right? Still awesome. If you played it on a guitar, you sir are "the man".

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 18:39:25 (permalink)
    Hey Kev - that's neat.

    Some great playing going on, I'm sure the potential is there for a full length piece for one guitar.

    Kev, why don't you put a permanent link to your Soundclick site in your signature? I've listened to a lot of your stuff [usually from links in this forum] and a link would give everyone the chance to drop in and listen.

    Amongst your songs, I really like Saxo-bone, Haunted House and the Gypsy Song [both versions!] - I genuinely think you should put that link in there full time Kev!!

    Best wishes

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 18:57:12 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: robby

    You played that on a keyboard, right? Still awesome. If you played it on a guitar, you sir are "the man".


    LOL yeah it was on keys man !! Glad u liked the piece..and thanks for reminding me to post the link !
    Kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 18:58:49 (permalink)
    Hi Steve !
    Cool glad u digged it dude.I'll try now to suss out how to include the link in my signature !
    Thanks for taking time out to listen.
    Kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 19:01:36 (permalink)
    I just added the link to my signature.Just posting this to see if it worked LOL
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 19:51:20 (permalink)


    ORIGINAL: kev11111111111111


    I just added the link to my signature.Just posting this to see if it worked LOL




    Kev - keys!!

    D'Oh - you fooled me!



    To get your link to be 'live' in you sig, just place the address inside [link] and [/link] and it will look and work like this: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=736516


    To use you own words for the link, such as 'My Songs on Soundclick' you have to type it in a slightly different way.


    Click on 'Quote' for this post and copy the link that will appear instead of this:

    My Songs at Soundclick


    Now put your own words in the bit that says 'My Songs at Soundclick', copy the link and paste it into your signature - job done!!


    Keys ..... can't believe it!!

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    post edited by SteveStrummerUK - 2008/03/08 18:58:57

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/03 23:37:00 (permalink)
    That's a fun sounding piece! Was that a yamaha keyboard?

    Max Arwood

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    kev11111111111111
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 13:41:20 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: SteveStrummerUK


    ORIGINAL: kev11111111111111

    I just added the link to my signature.Just posting this to see if it worked LOL



    Kev - keys!!

    D'Oh - you fooled me!

    To get your link to be 'live' in you sig, just place the address inside [link] and [/link] and it will look and work like this: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=736516

    To use you own words for the link, such as 'My Songs on Soundclick' you have to type it in a slightly different way.

    Click on 'Quote' for this post and copy the link that will appear instead of this:

    My Songs at Soundclick

    Now put your own words in the bit that says 'My Songs at Soundclick', copy the link and paste it into your signature - job done!!

    Keys ..... can't believe it!!

    Steve




    Hey Steve !
    Thanks for the info dude.I think my link should be active now.I'm just doing this post to check it out.
    Kev
    Thanks again for the hot tip !
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 14:14:13 (permalink)

    Almost there Kev, you shouldn't be able to see the 2 'link' brackets though. I probably haven't explained it very well, the main problem is that if I type in here what you have to type, the forum software just creates the link so you can't see what I typed!! The two examples below were scanned in so they won't change!!


    If you want the link to be in the form of your own words, type either of these into your signature:









    The first one links to your main Soundclick page and the second links straight to your Music page on Soundclick.


    Where I've typed My Songs At Soundclick as an example, you can type anything you want - it's what you type here that will appear as the link.

    Cheers

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    post edited by SteveStrummerUK - 2008/03/08 18:55:05

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 14:23:00 (permalink)
    That should do it !
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 14:24:39 (permalink)
    Nice one Steve,
    Kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 14:26:43 (permalink)
    Sorted!!

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 17:14:27 (permalink)
    kev
    you know i love your stuff it's just brilliantly idiomatic, dunno where you live but your roots are certainly (eastern) european musically! i'd love to hear this piece extended slightly. very good work on the keys to get it sounding so authentic!

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 17:43:49 (permalink)
    hi !
    Cool glad u liked it.The guitar I was part of an EastWest package ! Gypsey.Beautiful instruments but a killer on the CPU !
    Kev

    ORIGINAL: MArwood

    That's a fun sounding piece! Was that a yamaha keyboard?

    Max Arwood


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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 17:47:28 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: mgh

    kev
    you know i love your stuff it's just brilliantly idiomatic, dunno where you live but your roots are certainly (eastern) european musically! i'd love to hear this piece extended slightly. very good work on the keys to get it sounding so authentic!


    Hey !
    Enough of the long words already LOL ! Wats idiomatic mean dude ?.Glad u liked it anyway.I'm thinking about other instruments in there at the minute....I'll post it when its ready to go !
    Hope ya well.
    Kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 19:56:36 (permalink)
    Hey Kev,

    I always enjoy your pieces. Compositionally you do really cool things, not sure what they are but they sound really cool (It takes me too long and I'm too lazy to take the time to do the music theory analisis or your compositions). But great job.

    And to any guitarist who can pull this solo piece off, you will truly be crowned as a 'Monster'.
    post edited by fep - 2008/03/04 19:58:20
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 20:13:09 (permalink)
    Love all the modes you are playing here, sounds mainly diminished to me but thought I heard Hungarian minor harmonic minor and even some well placed chromatic runs. You truly are a mode master. Awesome composition and production. Interesting from start to finish.

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/04 20:25:46 (permalink)
    Wow Kev. This one blew my socks off. And it sounds very authentic. First pass it never dawned on me. Second pass I started to wonder so I went and read the posts and saw that you did in fact do it on keys, so I went back for a third listen. That is really really good. I love the composition. And I wouldn't complain if it were longer as others have suggested as long as it stays interesting. I doubt that'd be an issue. Anyway wonderfull work and thanks for posting it.

    Take care,


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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 05:34:37 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: fep

    Hey Kev,

    I always enjoy your pieces. Compositionally you do really cool things, not sure what they are but they sound really cool (It takes me too long and I'm too lazy to take the time to do the music theory analisis or your compositions). But great job.

    And to any guitarist who can pull this solo piece off, you will truly be crowned as a 'Monster'.


    Hi Fep,
    with the stuff I enjoy I doing the most half the time the time I've got no idea whats really going in the music LOL.If it sounds good I guess go with it eh ? I just started trying an analysis on one of Bachs pieces...MAN that dude was one crazey Mad Hatter.I don't get really get it...I think he's of one the greats that have laid down so many of todays musical conventions,but when u get a close look at wats hes doing hes breaking 'the rules' fairly often.I mean from this modern harmony book I'm studying it says the seventh should always resolve either passively or down a step.I looked at one of Bachs pieces last night,and his seventh did neither.It resolves upwards by step !!.So I'm trying not to get too heavy into analysis.It drives me a bit nuts !
    Thanks for listening
    kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 05:39:52 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: ohgrant

    Love all the modes you are playing here, sounds mainly diminished to me but thought I heard Hungarian minor harmonic minor and even some well placed chromatic runs. You truly are a mode master. Awesome composition and production. Interesting from start to finish.


    Hi !
    Yeah I love the modes !! Glad u appreciated the composition !
    Kev
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 06:38:33 (permalink)
    That's a beauty Kev!

    *APPLAUDS*

    Very well done indeed, I hear that Hungarian influence too, very evocative.

     
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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 07:01:24 (permalink)

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    That's a beauty Kev!

    *APPLAUDS*

    Very well done indeed, I hear that Hungarian influence too, very evocative.


    LOL cheers !

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 19:20:14 (permalink)
    This was very enjoyable Kev! Someday you should do some sort of music collage where you can piece all your short tunes together in a musical way. This tune reminded me of the kind of music used in the old 'silent films.' Very different and entertaining. You are chock full of ideas!


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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/05 22:01:02 (permalink)
    Sheesh.. I would love to actually try to play that on a nylon string. Unfortunately, I don't have one right now. Great piece though. Maybe someday, I'll ask you for the sheet to challenge myself. Excellent job.

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/06 09:20:10 (permalink)
    Excellent playing no doubt!

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/07 00:25:40 (permalink)
    Hey that was nice stuff. Very convincing "guitar".

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    RE: solo guitar 2008/03/08 18:41:40 (permalink)
    Hi there Kev

    Assuming that it would be OK with you, I've posted a link to this song in the Guitar Tracks forum, the thread I've started is Poll - Should we ditch our guitars and get Sonar?.

    As I was so impressed by the passage, and then amazed that it wasn't even done with a 'real' guitar, I thought I'd share it with the guys in the GT forum - firstly so they could hear it; and secondly, as you can see from my thread's title, what they make of the techniques you're using and whether that is of any particular interest to the guitar players amongst us.

    Cheers

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