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The Guitar
by calebhawkins


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Released: Nov 14, 2017 | 10:15 AM
Category: Folk
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 5.95 MB

Plays: 318
Downloads: 0
Weekly Plays: 16
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Tuesday

License: No derivative works allowed
I wrote this one after finding a '62 Harmony in a junk shop for $40 and sort of came up with a somewhat fictional story based around events that in many ways did take place around my home town when I was a kid. One mic in a room, slight plate reverb some compression and limiting that's all. The guitar here is my Eastman 320B which was a prototype for a model they still sell today. Nothing fancy, just sort of a song inspired by the style of Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard.

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mre Artist

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Classic country! smiley
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2 months ago
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Good production, nice tune. Thanks - Phil
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2 months ago
Neumuzik Artist

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Beautiful in its straightforward honesty. Nice.
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Dyl Artist

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Beautiful song. I hear some Waylon here and there and that's just right ! Bravo.
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2 months ago
becwil Moderator

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Your storytelling gives me goosebumps. So fine.
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FreeEarCandy Artist

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Great story line, delivery and voice. Oh yeah, and the guitar playing! Very sweet country tune. Enjoyed!
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GGirl Listener

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Very nice !
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