jlouvar wrote:The top link worked for me, cool song, good job. I listened on my iPhone (no headphones) and it sounds like its mono?
Ian Craig wrote:I'll check it later Alex, just to say that it appears deleted here. Have you missed something ?
M@rkus wrote:https://soundcloud.com/lex-cox-coyne/i- ... ve-you-too
M@rkus wrote:Lest try with a new link to "Hearthis" instead...
Yes, that seemed to work!
This is strange... I can´t seem to make the link to my song on Soundcloud work... The link works fine when I click on it in "preview" mode, but as soon as I click "submit" and then click on the link, it says that the song has been removed from soundcloud! The song is still published on soundcloud, but the link doesn´t seem to work from within this forum... hmmm.
But if someone wants to listen to the track, just click on the link anyway (and you will get a message that the song has been deleted...) and then clich on "Alex Cox Coyne" in the upper right hand corner and then click "tracks", and this track will show up as the first track on my Soundcloud play list... weird...
Yes, I know there´s more than a little inspiration from Thin Lizzy here, but what can I say... I only steal from the best, ha ha!
On a sidenote... I´m very happy with my guitar sound. If you listen especially to the last solo, you will hear that the sound has that chimey, hollow, nasal, bell-like tone that only a really good Les Paul can produce! I built that guitar 15 years ago, and it didn´t have that tone then, and I was rather disappointed.
Now, 15 years later, the sound has changed. I believe this has to do with the drying process of the wood. My guitar have four layers in the body of mahogany and maple, and the maple wasn´t quite as dry as it should have been when I built the guitar. I can see that, because there are cracks in the joints between the mahogany and maple parts, due to the drying process. On the upside is that the sound has definitely changed for the better
Ian Craig wrote:Hi Alex, you need to press the URL button when copying and pasting a link in the forum here or else the link will not work when you edit the post (note how the name is incomplete and has ... in the middle of it). Try itM@rkus wrote:https://soundcloud.com/lex-cox-coyne/i- ... ve-you-too
Ian Craig wrote:Great track as always Alex. I've been soloing over the top of it. Fun
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