Wolf Chasing

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Free form wandering trying to keep with the Wolves baseline, it’s so easy to fall off the train! I listened to the song omce cause its new to me.

This was with some anonymous acoustic that belongs to my girlfriend’s daughter. I kept doing the suspended 4th on the D (one my favorite chord variations) and some turning the Em into an Em7. And then wandering off into who knows where trying to solo.

Trying not to self censor here and learn


3 thoughts on “Wolf Chasing

    bryanjack said:
    February 8, 2013 at 5:12 pm

    Don’t sell yourself short: there are some licks in there, CogDog! I always find it tough switching between solos and strumming (especially when there’s only one guitar (and sparse bass) playing; I think you did a great job of moving between strumming, some picking, and the lead riffs – now it’s just a matter of building rhythm / right hand comfort, and you’ll be laughing!

    Nice work – thanks for sharing in the Asynchronous Jam!

    pfradale said:
    February 9, 2013 at 9:37 am

    Yep, you’ve got some neat phrases in there and I agree, soloing off strumming is daunting! The bass and single guitar give it a lonely feel I like.

    Kaitlyn (@kncrotty) said:
    February 11, 2013 at 4:03 am

    I’ve never been able to play a musical instrument. I think it’s great that you can! Good luck with the song!

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