James-T wrote:Here is a second video in which I really focused on trying to dial in an authentic Jerry tone, and like in my original post, I will comment again myself that "in this experiment" I'm close yet still far away. Feel free to comment on this as well. I'm looking for criticism. Its how one gets better! and I'm glad we are getting you interested in the Fractal!!
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James-T wrote:I find it useful on the Fractal to dial in a tone with the original tone along side. That way you are not dialling in what you "remember" hearing but rather what you "are" hearing. I stole this philosophy from a drawing prof. When figure drawing your eyes must always be on the model, not what your hands are doing. Yes its a visual art - but the concept can be "seen" in parallel ways to music. What works for one person doesn't necessarily work for another, but its an interesting take on tone shaping. As I said I thought I was close yet miles apart - once again we are in total agreement. Hey it was only an experiment!
jalevinemd wrote:You guys that can appreciate the subtle differences between Jerry's actual playing at that Touch of Gray solo are as impressive as the player himself. Because to my naive ears, that thing was spot on. Well done!
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