I'll be playing at Morada Bay tonight for sunset. It's a beautiful five 🙂
Just resurrected the first Classic guitar that I kept for more than 12 hours while attending School in Buffalo. I played years of Jazz and Classical music on this old girl and one winter break dragged her to Florida and sat for 10 days on Miami Beach writing some of my favorite tunes still. She is a Signet by Selmer. (Ampeg) She plays like butter and sounds so warm and sweet. Glad to have her back in the house.
You asked so.....
This is my current studio/practice set up. You can see I have the program "Transcribe" running on my laptop.
This is just to good way for nurturing ideas in a setting where I can just push button and record them. My pedalboard is patched through so I can hear the way it sounds in my performance environment.
I have the guitar in the live room because there is no additional setup if I feel like recording a keeper.
And it all gets recorded on Protools in the control room. Lots of 1's and 0's
We're glad to have Nyan home for thanksgiving and fingerstyle friday!
Come see us at the Morada Bay Full Moon Party with Luke Ptomey and Cliff Stutts!
OK #FingerstyleFriday on Saturday!
People have asked me about this before so I'm going to try to demonstrate it on a steel string guitar so you can hear it without the amplifier. This is just another way to get sustain and some vibrato/Reverb effect on an acoustic guitar with absolutely no peddles or knobs to turn 🙂
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The new CDs have just arrived via UPS! That means they will be available at tomorrow's show in Miami! Yay
Thank you to Ryan Lindberg aka Koresma for recording this show and to Mike Wilcox for the beautiful artwork!