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Blues Guitar Recordings and Songs

I don't really have a lot of recordings available, and certainly not many that I feel comfortable sharing with people. I am quite self-critical, and I'm just not fond of what I sound like on recordings... but here's a few that I avoid listening to. Maybe you will feel the same, maybe not. Let me know!

Myra and I have a band called Fundamental Things - check out our Fundamental Things Band and Duo!

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You can also have a look at learn guitar place.

Recordings from 2007

On these tracks, I am using the Line 6 Toneport UX1 for recording, unless otherwise stated below.

Older recordings

I recorded some clips of me playing over backing tracks I found somewhere on the net, can't recall where I found them all. I am using my Squier '51 and my VOX AD50VT. On some of them, I used line-out from the amp straight into my Soundblaster sound card. I have since acquired a better sound card - a Tascam US-122 USB Audio Interface.

Oldies

Here's an attempt at a shred song from when I was a teenager! (1988)

Check out Jaron Rovensky's web site - I designed it for him! It came out pretty good, I think. You will find mp3's of his music there. He's a great piano player and vocalist. I play on the Live Album there, check it out and let us know what you think! I used a Mesa Boogie Studio Preamp and a Mesa Boogie 295 power amp on the Live in Camrose recording, but I hate my tone on that recording.

Boogiemen 2 song demo recording

We recorded this in Brandon's basement, using some ancient Windows 3.11 equipment Bruce had. It took a couple of hours to do. I used my Squier strat through a Lab Series L5, using a bit of chorus and I think I also used a Sparkle Drive overdrive.

Musicians

Richard has since passed away. We miss you Richard. Thanks for all the music and friendship.

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