Today I posted a vintage audio session (masterclass) originally recorded on a cassette player with the late, iconic Jazz guitarist, Tal Farlow and myself from the late '90's when he was living in Sea Bright, NJ.
I digitally transferred it to a disc a while ago and now decided to post it in this blog.
There is some good conversation and great playing by Tal and some rambling "improvisation" by yours truly. There is a part on the tape where he tells me "you're playing alot of notes but not really saying much" Truth be told!
This would interest mostly guitar players but I thought I would post it here for everyone.
A newly established branch of Central Jersey Guitar was recently opened in 2016 in the very heart of the great town of Highland Park to serve Rutgers Univ and the surrounding community! The location is perfectly located in the former Lafayette school with easy access and parking. New students/parents are welcome to check it out by appointment with Robert Phillips
and discuss their musical aspirations/needs.
The main music studio in South Plainfield is fully stocked with an array acoustic guitars, electric guitars, jazz guitars, basses and amps, audio visual material and a library of printed music and books.
In addition to that, Central Jersey Guitar offers pro guitar repair and maintenance services from basic re stringing to new guitar setups, pickup replacement, intonation and truss rod alignments due to changing norteastern climates.
The clean , well lit area provides the perfect environment to relax and get lost in all things guitar.
When you want quality, no nonsense services you search for the best at what's available out there. Central Jersey Guitar offers excellent instruction to fit your schedule so you can finally fulfill those musical aspirations and dreams. Waiting is not the answer!
After all our hard work is done, we all want a creative outlet to just get lost in and have fun. Playing guitar is truly one of the best, creative past times ever!
I know, since I've been doing it for a long time and it just keeps getting better!