country ballad

Posted by: Sergio Guarneri

country ballad - 11/26/14 03:23 PM

Hi everybody
a new song

tempo 125
t. C

366 Electric country bass
365 Acoustic guitar
Real drums NashvilleEven 8^
405 Acoustic guitar
430 Violin,R,Bgr ev 130 shuffle

Posted by: Pat Marr

Re: country ballad - 11/26/14 03:34 PM

Hi Sergio!

Once again, I don't see a solo guitar real track listed, so I assume that's you playing the melody... which I'm pleased to hear IS a melody! Its very for instrumentals to turn into a jam session with no melody.

Sounds good!
Posted by: Sergio Guarneri

Re: country ballad - 11/26/14 03:45 PM


In fact I played the guitar solo. The result for me is enough for the moment because it's hard for me to play country music.
This is what it has come out.

Posted by: Charlie Fogle

Re: country ballad - 11/26/14 05:24 PM

Hi Sergio. This is a very good effort by you. I enjoyed your version of a country ballad.

Posted by: Greg Johnson

Re: country ballad - 11/26/14 06:47 PM

Nice tune!! The guitar work sounds great to me, and I think the mix is excellent-clear and present. Good stuff!! Take care. Greg
Posted by: Don Gaynor

Re: country ballad - 11/26/14 07:48 PM

Sergio, excellent first effort. More please?

I don't really hear a definite melody line or soloist. Try pressing the SOLOIST button and select one. A guitarist or fiddle solo would fit nicely.

Some styles (not all) include a medley feature which allows trading 4/8/16 etc. You might experiment with that feature also.

You can also create a custom medley several different ways, to detailed to cover here.

Grazie, amico.
Posted by: boehm

Re: country ballad - 11/27/14 07:00 AM

Hi Sergio,
Originally Posted By: c_fogle
This is a very good effort by you. I enjoyed your version of a country ballad.

Nice mix. Enjoyable listen.

Posted by: RnAM

Re: country ballad - 11/28/14 10:22 AM

Hi Sergio,

Nice song and nice melody. The guitar is played very well!

Rob and Anne-Marie
Posted by: MarioD

Re: country ballad - 11/28/14 06:54 PM

Super guitar chops my friend.

I liked everything about this.

Keep up the good work and let's hear more of your guitar work!