At the moment (touching every piece of wood I can find) my sound/intonation has made a huge jump forwards at least to my ears though when I have my next lesson with Karen tomorrow she'll probably say what she always says" Your sound is very good considering how long you've been playing" and "you sound like you always do". She says this if I think I've improved or got worse!
Mind you, last lesson she was complaining about her own sound - she sounded great (and the same!) to me.
You guys playing in front of audiences should be applauded. :welldone :welldone :welldone
Rod and line?I always thought that sole music was fishy as well. But don't
get OG going about fish or he'll be round here with a rod and line after my carp - not that he eats them, just wants to flog them down the market. ;}
Have a good weekend all.
Thom- I'm really intrigued- how do you define a specific Reggae sax style. The rest I can pretty much work out the specifics of their styling but I've never managed to define exactly what makes for a Reggae technique (ok- Tommy McCook of the Skatelites- very laid back, slighlty stoned sounding and a bit out of tune- but still sounds amazing!)... do tell....