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    Default Experiment: Play Jazz with bottleneck

    Hi everyone

    Few days ago I had posted a take one improvvisation on "After you've gone" to obtain critics and opinion about my playing and style.

    Thanks to all for the advice

    This time I've tryed to mix the bottleneck guitar tecnique with the Jazz music.

    Let me know what you think about this experiment and about my playing.

    Hope enjoy it!

    Excuse me for my english, I'm from Italy.

    Thank you!



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlY5g9glWs8

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    Sounds really cool a bit like Speedy West and Ray Bryant you should check the incredible Dave Tronzo
    Guitars:
    1978 Fender Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, New Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, 1965 Harmony Meteor, H71, 1986 Fender Telecaster Esquire MIJ, New Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941, New Eastwood Mandocaster 12 strings

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    Tweed Vibrolux Custom Denis Manlay, 1976 Fender Deluxe Reverb Silverface

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    Cool! Very steel-guitar like in some passages. That's some challenging slide playing!
    "GAS never sleeps" - Gil Janus

    "Now you got to pay your dues. Get that axe and play the blues." - Spudman

    Gear: Epiphone Sheraton II, Epiphone Wildkat, Epiphone Emperor Joe Pass, Fender MIM Strat, Tacoma DR-14, Recording King ROS-626, Johnson JR-200 resonator; Fender Super Champ XD amp

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