Re: [Harp-L] Re: cool horn band w/harp
Sounds great to me, I wish I had some of your "bad habits"!
On 16/07/2012, at 4:01 AM, Jackson Kincheloe <jacksonkincheloe@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks Jeff,
> Yeah, definitely not easy competing with the 4 horns, lots of fun though.
> Always trying to fatten up my tone. I learned a bunch of bad habits early
> on, and I'm now trying to go back and fix them(thin tone, bad intonation,
> no vibrato, trying to play too many fast licks).
> I will definitely get that Butterfield album. Someone told me to a while
> back, but I forgot about it.
> In case you only checked out the one video that was on harp-l(played on a
> high a-flat with a broken 4-blow), here's a video of my intro piece on one
> of our songs:
> Thanks for the advice... we're down in Atlanta on October 4th I believe, be
> great to meet you and talk harp!
> Jackson Kincheloe
> Tour manager S.S.D.B.
> On Jul 15, 2012 2:13 PM, "Jeff Baker" <acornfr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I'd love to help you . You have a great base knowledge .
>> You defiantly jumped into the "deep end " starting off in a big horn
> band .
>> You might want to woodshed the double live Paul Butterfield album.
>> Granted the tempos aren't as busy and frantic but it will give you a basic
>> direction on where and when to play.
>> Also try to "fatten" your tone some more, try to emulate a horn sound.
>> Your tone is a bit to thin and you won't stand a chance against that wall
> of brass.
>> Like Butterfield you can hear him (1) blend with the horns and (2) stand
> out on fills and solos when he choses .
>> If you have any questions let me know and let me know when your giging in
>> Peace Out
>> On Jul 15, 2012, at 9:17 AM, Jackson Kincheloe wrote:
>>> Thanks everybody for the kind words yesterday(my birthday)!
>>> I've been a creeper on harp-l for a couple years, soaking up all the
>>> knowledge you guys and girls put up here.
>>> Buzz-- I think we met at a "Rockers in the Rockies" thing a few years
>>> Jeff--I've been playing for about 6 years, working on my tone more than
>>> ever now, and am totally into free lessons if you're offering...(and the
>>> singer is actually my little sister, so you're right: I would have a hard
>>> time getting kicked out of this band...lol).
>>> Thanks again everyone for checking out our band. Please come see us when
>>> we're in your town!
>>> Jackson Kincheloe
>>> Tour manager S.S.D.B.
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>>> Arleigh Kincheloe is a great vocalist! Brother Jackson blows an awesome
>>> harp in this genre! I'd love to know what's on his pedal board. They
> have a
>>> bunch of You Tube videos, well worth checking out.
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Jul 14, 2012, at 10:01 AM, rosco
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