A week ago I did put a cool drum loop onto a track in Ableton Live and enjoyed listening to it so much that I immedietly grabbed my Guild Bluesbird guitar to record a guitar loop onto another track, so that it’s together a so called backing track I can solo to. I saved the project because I didn’t find the energy or emotion to play a solo. But days later in a good moment, I took the guitar and recorded two solo takes that you can see in the video above.
By the way, I do enjoy the video editing software DaVinci Resolve a lot more than Adobe Premiere. DaVinci Resolve resolve is so much better, I prefer the usability and not just that, they have a free version which I use, and it’s barely limited apart from a few things that I don’t find important. If you’re into video editing, I highly suggest to give DaVinci Resolve a try. Talking my video, let me know if you enjoyed the two takes of guitar soloing. Both takes were improvised, did you like any of them?
2 thoughts on “Two Solo Takes With The Guild Bluesbird”
Enjoying these takes Dennis. Great sounding mix on the backing as well — drums sound super
Thank you! I am glad you like it. The drums are cool right? Found a guy on YouTube years ago (channel doesn’t exist anymore for whatever reason), he has a website and he records his drum loops and shares them for free. Quality stuff. But you need to cut the loops out yourself: https://www.organicdrumloops.com/archives-landing-page/