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    Hey folks, this is one of our Forum members among us. Fantastic jazz talent! Nicely done, Tom.

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    Great stuff! Congrats Tom. It’s cool to hear a forum member’s music.

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    Really enjoyed Tailwind.
    How do we get a copy of the CD (I'm old school that way)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Nestlerode View Post
    Really enjoyed Tailwind.
    How do we get a copy of the CD (I'm old school that way)?

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    Very enjoyable! I love the whole project.

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    Default Re: Article: New Music from Tom Wright - Tailwind

    Awesome!

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    Default Re: Article: New Music from Tom Wright - Tailwind

    I agree. Awesome. However a bit too much fuzz, or distortion, on some tracks for me. The effect is right, it is just a little too much.

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    Ditto what Ted and Don say. It's an outstanding project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougC View Post
    I agree. Awesome. However a bit too much fuzz, or distortion, on some tracks for me. The effect is right, it is just a little too much.
    As a former violin player I’m always trying for a singing tone, and solid body instruments need some help. That said, I did try to do some tracks clean but this was a project with a loud band effect (all electric keyboards) and it is the best fit.

    My main guitar hero is John Scofield, who usually uses a fair amount of overdrive. One of his early CDs was “Loud Jazz”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wright View Post
    As a former violin player I’m always trying for a singing tone, and solid body instruments need some help. That said, I did try to do some tracks clean but this was a project with a loud band effect (all electric keyboards) and it is the best fit.

    My main guitar hero is John Scofield, who usually uses a fair amount of overdrive. One of his early CDs was “Loud Jazz”.
    I understand the situation. Just making an observation. I'm a violinist who plays mandolin BTW. I'll check out John Scofield. I'm always learning things on mandolin cafe. Thanks
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    Awesome, Tom!

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