That's a great tone, so you can be forgiven for a single note oopsie! Are you playing the PRS in your avatar there?
That's what I always heard. Then bend it up to pitch the 2nd time.Always double-down and play the wrong note again. That way people think you meant it.
It's funny you say that Cliff, I played in a P&W band with a guy who thought that way. He was super 'learned' on the musical side of things (read music, not chords), but struggled on feel and tone most of the time. He did exactly as you said and people, well.... noticed.Always double-down and play the wrong note again. That way people think you meant it.
Yes, I felt effed and demented simultaneously so there's that lol. I'm learning a lot through this though on how I really have to balance my desire for a 'perfect solo' and allowing grace with the limited amount of practice for that solo I really had. It changed from what I did Saturday night to Sunday morning and should've mentally been a hint more prepared.
Glad I am not alone though Great to have an FM3 again and I'm going super minimalist for most of my gigs with the rig and a single expression pedal.
Rock on crew 🤘
Thanks @Stratman68! Great band this weekend, loved the dynamics we had together!
During a memorized solo, by brain 'blanks' for an instant, yet my muscle memory carries me through. It feels like driving and realizing for a moment you don't remember where you're going. Almost like your brain slipped briefly into subconsciousness.