Lovely stuff, John!
Thank you sir.
like the split pans, and the alt tuning listens are always cool too
Thanks for listening. It is a 12 tet steel string acoustic guitar harmonically filtered with D 36.8 Hz as the root. So I’d say its harmonic series.
Hi John, thanks for listening. The tuning is 11 EDT and uses 0, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 as scale degrees.
tht was dope.
Talent and more talent.
Nicely played mate.
Also very groovy, you need a band, my friend.
Get this to full-band status soon! I’d crawl all over this with blues harmonica. Very groovy!
i jumped too. cool groove.
really nice sir!
nice work - I didn’t know you were posting pieces here until I saw your link on the JI list.
nice bit of guitar that lead made me jump when it started from right speaker great stuff
John Oh! Very cool playing.
The best thing since Iggy and the Stooges.
Sounds good, what’s the tuning?
Excellent! Proves you can rock with 17EDO.
Sounds beautiful, what’s the tuning?
Wow, good stuff!
Overall it sounds good but one of the higher notes in the scale sounds a bit iffy to me. Or am I imagining it? What’s the scale?
Wow! This is going on my website. Thanks Chris.
No need Chris, I found the scale on your website. John.
Wow, this is great. Chris, could you please email me the scale and the name of the scale. I want to know more. John.
Chris this is great, very catchy and the best vocals and lyrics I’ve heard from you yet. The Casio sounds great and I can definitely hear a touch of Bryan Ferry. Good stuff! John.
Sounds a bit like Ravel’s Bolero. How about a bit more volume on the music and a bit less on the percussion?
Hi Chris, this is very good, Pink Panther smooth sax, nice bass and great mood.
Pure Jimi Hendrix!