Years ago one Finnish guitar guru showed me idea where you could practice arpeggios by using circle of sixths instead of fifths. After this I saw same idea in Ted Greene's videos.
I made little riff that maybe some day hopefully will be longer, maybe a song. I used mainly here circle of sixths that goes: A-F#m-D-Bm-G-Em-C-Am and then out of circle G-F-G7. The circle will normally continue after Am and eventually consist all keys. In this video I play 4 times the riff and improvise a little after that with this circle of sixth's idea.
I hope you like it.
I was playing one day this almost over played jazz standard Blue Bossa. I wanted to try maybe something different approach on it and made kind-of-smooth jazz backing track. So here is something that i came up with: I hope you like it.
It would be nice to hear if you have any kind of new ideas for this song. Thanks!
By Yuval Idisis
First of all I'm from israel so my English is a little off...sorry about that.
Well. After a long research, I desided to buy the rc-300.(I'll have it in few days) I'm a singer/songwriter so it is an excellent piece of gear to preform live with.
I'm using 2 mic setup(1 mic to the looper, the second is going to the PA) and an acoustic guitar.
I just have 1 little question:
If I'm recording/overdubing the guitar...the "loop mic" might pick up some of the sound?...is there a way to bypass that? I mean I can use headphones...but sometines i preform in pubs..so no😂 or maybe I can buy a footswitch to the mic soo i could loop guitar only/guitar+mic?
Whats are your suggestions? Do you have any other solution?
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