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Andrew Sanders

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I like the sound of "Dooden" better.

This will come in handy with the Bird playalong that Steve John B sent me.
I really need to up my game with articulation and tonguing to get anywhere near full tempo with this stuff.
 

Colin the Bear

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Rubber band , running repair for broken spring. Also for self accompanying bass line in one note samba and for firing paper pellets at folk talking during your solo. :cool:
 

gladsaxisme

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Why can't you just miss out the ghosted note altogether I couldn't hear it anyway that lackey band really detracts from his credibility don't you think ....John

Ps how do you determine the strength of the lackey band required
 
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Pete Thomas

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Why can't you just miss out the ghosted note altogether I couldn't hear it

You can.

However on the example on my page I have used it alternating with a real note. It's interesting to apply degrees of ghosting for extra expression, so you can vary the technique from 1% (practically inaudible) to 99% (almost the same as a proper note)
 

gladsaxisme

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You can.

However on the example on my page I have used it alternating with a real note. It's interesting to apply degrees of ghosting for extra expression, so you can vary the technique from 1% (practically inaudible) to 99% (almost the same as a proper note)

I didn't say you couldn't hear I said I couldn't,if you had met me you would know why...deaf old bu..er...john
 

Fraser Jarvis

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I'm probably def-er than you John, (wears two hearing aids whilst playing otherwise buggered) i could detect it ok, think you need a decent pair of speakers/near fields!
 

gladsaxisme

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I'm probably def-er than you John, (wears two hearing aids whilst playing otherwise buggered) i could detect it ok, think you need a decent pair of speakers/near fields!

I was trying to tell humorous porkies,I too am in glorious sterio and have been for some 20 yrs or more I am inclined to put it down to ear ache from she who must be obeyed but think that may be disputed by many of our fairer sex....john
 
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Fraser Jarvis

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I was trying to tell humorous porkies,I too am in glorious sterio and have been for some 20 yrs or more I am inclined to put it down to ear ache from she who must be obeyed but think that may disputed by many of our fairer sex....john
Yes, strange creatures.....cant live with them.....cant kill them...
 

gladsaxisme

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You can.

However on the example on my page I have used it alternating with a real note. It's interesting to apply degrees of ghosting for extra expression, so you can vary the technique from 1% (practically inaudible) to 99% (almost the same as a proper note)

Could you put a link to it I'm hopeless at finding these things...john
 
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Fraser Jarvis

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Yes John, might just do that you know, last time i went to Manchester was back in January 87 while the moors murder inquiry had been re-opened, bit spooky driving over Saddleworth in thick snow in an old land rover middle of the night thinking about those poor kids..

Your more than welcome to have a blow on any of my sax's as is anybody on the forum....been using the King a bit lately and thinking more and more about a Silversonic tenor all the time!
 

gladsaxisme

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Yes John, might just do that you know, last time i went to Manchester was back in January 87 while the moors murder inquiry had been re-opened, bit spooky driving over Saddleworth in thick snow in an old land rover middle of the night thinking about those poor kids..

Your more than welcome to have a blow on any of my sax's as is anybody on the forum....been using the King a bit lately and thinking more and more about a Silversonic tenor all the time!

Sounds like your way way overdue a visit then don't forget the silversonic......John
 
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