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pbellora

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Hello!
I just posted a video I did playing that amazing arrangement that Ted did of a blues played with some gorgeous gospel sounds. It's a just a minute long and it's amazing how it truly does tell a story with a powerful statement. Hope you like it!



Thanks to everyone here at the forum for posting such incredible arrangements!!
Hope you like it!
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Thanks for sharing, Pedro.  Nice to get these little "Ted blues etudes" captured!
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pbellora

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Paul,
thanks to you!! I hope these videos help people know how amazing those blues etudes sound, so they can try it out themselves.

Best,

- Pedro
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Peddro,
One thing that you can do to help spread these arrangements is to provide a link to the page on the TedGreene.com site.  This will allow the listener to quickly find the page and follow along with you.

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That's a great idea, Paul!
I have just included the link in the description of the video. Thanks for the idea, sorry for the late replay and, as always, it's a pleasure to be in touch!

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Awesome work, Pedro!

Out of curiosity, what fender amp are you playing? Sounds very nice
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Glad you liked it!The amp is a Fender Princeton Reverb, silverface from around 73, used as a head (not using the speaker of the combo) connected to a 2x12 cabinet loaded with WGS G12 C/S speakers. Thanks for the interest!

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