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A tune on Fathers Day

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It's been a rainy Fathers Day and since it was just me and the dogs hanging around, I decided to try another stab at recording something with the Focusrite hardware playing my 1967 Southern Jumbo. So it wasn't the greatest execution, but fun anyway :)

 

Happy Fathers Day to everyone!

 

 

 

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A fine recording. 'Sounds like you 'played the rainy day', which is close to what Mr. Holland meant when he told his music student to 'play the sunset': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCzgK_DoKB4. But toward the end of your recording, it sounds like maybe the clouds began to break up.

 

Good to hear Gibson acoustics from an era that can often take some hard knocks. SJ looking good, too.

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A fine recording. 'Sounds like you 'played the rainy day', which is close to what Mr. Holland meant when he told his music student to 'play the sunset': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCzgK_DoKB4. But toward the end of your recording, it sounds like maybe the clouds began to break up.

 

Good to hear Gibson acoustics from an era that can often take some hard knocks. SJ looking good, too.

 

 

 

Thank you for the comments, you have a neat perspective, and that was a cool video clip too!

I'm afraid I get too much lip on the mouthpiece sometimes as well, ha! But I do find it all fun and enjoyable for sure.

My SJ has one of the infamous "Skinny Necks", but I don't mind it at all, it's fun to play and sounds pretty good I think.

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