Author Topic: Broken Wing Seagull (acoustic guitar)  (Read 2234 times)

Offline uncloned

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Broken Wing Seagull (acoustic guitar)
« on: June 19, 2011, 03:23:42 »


An improvisation with my wife’s Seagull acoustic guitar with Dean Markley soundhole pick up and AKG microphone with mastering.

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Re: Broken Wing Seagull (acoustic guitar)
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2011, 12:03:27 »
As also posted on your site:

Very nice improvisation. I hoped for some combination of chords and melody, and they came! yay.

I always love the sound of a guitar, especially chords can sound wonderful. You clearly experimented with chords lateron in the song. Way to go!

If it is possible, it would be awesome if you can play one tone during the chords that are very low, as if it was a bass guitar added. It'll give more contrast and that'll work wonders. A bit similar as to what you did at the end I suppose.

And if you can, add EQ to that part to boost the bass.
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