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Re: Do you actually loop with the instrument you are most proficient on? (Re: What would loopers do without power?)

2008/7/24 Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com>:
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 7:23 PM, Travis Hartnett
<travishartnett@gmail.com> wrote:
> Taking up a new instrument to avoid the cliches of your playing on a current
> instrument just results in cliches on a new instrument, usually played
> slower than previously.

If that happens, the cliches do live in your head and not in your
muscles - as I was talking of.

Not agree 100%. I also try to avoid those cliche liks but I found them not to be the same in the piano, sax or warr.
Hey! I can't bend the bluesy tones with the piano!


> It takes a while to recognize them, but cliched
> playing is the fault of the musician, not the instrument.

Sure, no doubt!  ;-)

Greetings from Sweden

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