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Thread: My New version of GIANT STEPS 5-20-04

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    Quote Originally Posted by bagman
    Very Good. That's such a difficult piece. My teacher has me working on that one all the time. When trying to solo, I just can't get all the changes yet. Love to see any manuscripts or tabs of it if you have them readily available.

    thanks. ps I've listened to alot of your other work. It's really great. I like your diversity.

    bagman
    Thanks man!

    It seems like I keep recording this one in different styles, and improv approaches, just because I like to improvise over it, but don't want to have 4 or 5 versions that sound the same......

    I doubt I'll transcribe it or tab it, I just don't have the time, but I welcome anyone else to do it!

    Thanks for listening to my music!

    Peace,

    Scott

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    Great job!!! I'm a fan, I like how non metal it is even though you are tapping. Was that your band in the background? I like the drums as well. Like some one said before, the note choice is Gambale. I don't know what else to say. I have been reading up on that tune both on Ibreathe and other sites. It was refreshing and openmined, once again GOOD WORK!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sjonesmusic
    More specific critique would be helpful...
    your right.. i'm just saying.. it's not very interesting , or useful to my soul.. however i'm sure there are many who find it simply amazing.. i couldnt do it.. just this style, does absolutley nothing for me.. i see the tallent...


    why would i care though. didn't see you enjoying my ****..
    Last edited by JeremyB; 05-27-2004 at 10:22 AM.

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    man, it's very intresting!
    when you will improvise on Giant Steps and Countdown with such speed and technique etc etc - there will be problem to you to play any other music...

    i mean this can be taken as measure of skills of a musician
    (not "good/bad" musician - just a level of his skills)

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris
    2 JeremyB

    man, it's very intresting!
    when you will improvise on Giant Steps and Countdown with such speed and technique etc etc - there will be problem to you to play any other music...

    i mean this can be taken as measure of skills of a musician
    (not "good/bad" musician - just a level of his skills)
    thats what i was saying brother... i didn't see you showing any appreciation to my **** either..

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    i did! )))

    and this is the reason you did not show any appreciation to my recordings? :-P

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