Craig Chaquicoam 23.07.2006 00:34:31 von oasysco
> Excuse the spam.
> I have been frustrated at not finding the sound I wanted, and took
> an engineering approach to designing a jazz guitar speaker cabinet
> that will work with most any amp head. My ja
Re: Craig Chaquicoam 23.07.2006 01:27:11 von Tim McNamara
ore jazz-pop/smooth along with
> decidely acoustic stuff, which i can't seem to be able to get enouh
> of since seeing TommyE a few weeks back.
Didn't this guy take over Jorma Kaukonen's spot in Jefferson Starship
like 20 years ago? I prefer Jorma's playing. "If you don't know Jorma,
you don't know Jack." Casady, that is.On 18 Jul 2006 20:33:18 -0700, wrote:
>anyone buy a fender custom shop guitar recently? i am considering
>getting a nice custom shop tele in the 3k-4k range. i have played them
>and they are real nice ('67 firemist). way too expensive but i want
>only nice guitars at this point. i dont care for the r
Re: Craig Chaquicoam 23.07.2006 01:53:57 von Nil
Kantner made an album under the "Jefferson
Starship" moniker, called "Blows Against the Empire". Jorma was, I
think, one of many guitarists on the record. It wasn't a real group,
just a one-off studio project. The first real Jefferson Starship album
had Chaquico on it, and he was in the band for many years afterward.My understanding is that there will soon be a USB connection rather than a
13 pin connection for midi on Brian Moore guitars. What will be the
utility? My assumption is that I will not need a interphase GR20/33 and once
midi goes directly into the computer, I will be able to use mid driven
software.In article <11
Re: Craig Chaquicoam 24.07.2006 02:01:06 von funkifized
>> Didn't this guy take over Jorma Kaukonen's spot in Jefferson
>> Starship like 20 years ago?
> Grace Slick and Paul Kantner made an album under the "Jefferson
> Starship" moniker, called "Blows Against the Empire". Jorma was, I
> think, one of many guitarists on the record. It wasn't a real group,
> just a one-off studio project. The first real Jefferson Starship album
> had Chaquico on it, and he was in the band for many years afterward.
His smooth stuff is pretty damned sleepy, though.
Find your voice, and speak it loudly and clearly.
Everything else is really bullshit in the end.
--Larry CarltonKid Kool wrote:
> steffanii wrote:
> > Are there any good jazz magazines out there actually worth subscribing
> > to?
> > Thanks!
> Jazz Improv, Just Jazz Guitar [although it's really mainstream: good
> mag, though]. I like Jazz Improv because it's musicians talking about
> music, not critics talking about whatever it is that crit
Re: Craig Chaquicoam 24.07.2006 02:06:44 von Nil
but not compelling. It seemed like it would make for nice background
music, but didn't go much of anywhere.
I've never been much of a fan of his rock playing, either. Not bad,
just didn't push any of my buttons.I bought this book (Joe Pass "Off the Record") brand new last year but
it did not come with a tape or CD. Were can I get the recording? I
assume these tunes are available on CD or tape somewhere!?
ha, if my memory isn't fried, I think that's Tough E