It don't mean a thing (D.Ellington)-PRS 20th

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  1. ZibiGuitar operator

    ZibiGuitar operator New Member

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    I would like to share my last work I did for the young singer - originally it's a walking accompaniment chord progression,plus a melody and a short improvisation in this version:
     
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  2. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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  3. AP515

    AP515 Mostly Normal

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    It's 1932 again! :)
     
  4. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Damn, that was nice!
     
  5. BrianC

    BrianC Custom 24 King

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    Super smooth
     
  6. walrus

    walrus New Member

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    I enjoyed that!
     
  7. Rider1260

    Rider1260 New Member

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    That was SWEET
    Just goes to show you can play anything on any guitar :)
     
  8. Shawn@PRS

    Shawn@PRS yogi
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    Very cool, thanks for sharing
     
  9. ArnaudS1979

    ArnaudS1979 New Member

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    That's brilliant! I would love to be able to play this style of music.
     

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