Thursday, April 25, 2013

Guitar Solo



Some rock and some Bach. Turn up the volume!

10 comments:

jose Sanchez said...

uau, bestial¡¡¡

Amanda Spencer said...

Bloody fabulous!!! x

Craig Huller said...

Bach was rock in his day. Good job and nice amp setting.

Nick said...

Jose, Amanda, Craig - thanks for taking the time to check it out...not many on the net will sit for even 2:27 to watch something! Craig, that's a Marshall JMP1 tube preamp.

Amanda Spencer said...

their loss! watched it to the end twice and love the little smile and wave to the camera!

Nick said...

Amanda, perhaps their loss of time, but that's why it's so much easier to post art on the net..takes one second to decide if you like it. thanks for stopping :)

Rajeev Mohan said...

Another gem Nick :)
Keep posting these.

Nick said...

Rajeev - thanks man!

Jean Burman said...

Thought I'd already commented here... but it must have been over on FB. Nick this is fantasmagorical! It does something inside my head on some sort of subliminal level whoa (((lol)))

I've wondered about the correlation between music and art and people's ability to stay focussed for more than about 60 seconds as well. My humble conclusion was that music possibly crosses the heart/brain barrier more easily than art simply because the best music requires no analytical assessment at all. It simply weaves its way through the airwaves straight into your heart.

Nick said...

Jean - I guess I believe music is the more profound medium. Maybe you're saying that, too. I couldn't live without art, but nothing changes my emotions faster or more powerfully than music. I wish there was some way to get that same kind of excitement in painting. Wayne Roberts was doing a lot of stuff in this area, and his "Principles of Nature" makes comparisons between the mediums. I always held a suspicion that a unification theory could be out there, but I certainly don't have the brain to get it down on paper. (Wayne does) I'm glad you like the music! That's the presto section from the prelude of the 1st Lute Suite, BWV 996. I rank Bach as the single most creative genius in history..interesting, as long as you play the right notes, it almost doesn't matter what tempo or what instrument, it all sounds perfect.