Here is my rendition of Little Rosewood Casket. sorry no chimes here lol. I hope you enjoy!
Very nice Doug..enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing
Thank you Kansas!
Very nice...well done. Good rendition.
You're right...doing closed chimes in the proper phrases would've put a valuable exclamation point on this performance. They're somewhat easier to get high on the neck. You're at the point now where the chimes will come, all you need is practice.
As a matter of fact you can chime the entire melody in this position as the the second main phrase of the song giving it a nice touch and pleasant change of pace.
Keep up the good work.
Edited by - DBChimer on 06/23/2019 10:26:12
I appreciate the advice. And yes the chimes would have set it off. I could work on them and rerecord in the future. Thank you for the encouragement
If you get a chance, google Jason Skinner's take on "Little Rosewood Casket" on YT. Very tastefully done on his 1935 model 37.
He actually uses his 1935 model 27 and 1936 model 37 on this video. Both sound great with a subtle difference. I think the 37 has a slight edge on the bass side.
Great video. I watched this prior to recording. Jason has Josh down pat. Thanks for sharing
That is really nice, Doug and I love the sound of your instrument, too.
Thank you very much Brad. I get a lot of compliments about how she sounds. She's not much to look at but she does have a good tone. Thank you for taking the time to comment
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