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#1 July 30, 2015 09:56:35

stefanha
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The jam that broke the internet on July 29th

We can all go home and stop jamming now. Will we ever beat this?

In its entirety:
1st hour
2nd hour
3rd hour

Great playing from everyone!

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#2 July 31, 2015 02:19:17

Calran
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The jam that broke the internet on July 29th

hahahah so awesome!!



Main Instrument: Electric Guitar (Intermediate, 3 years).
Styles: Jazz Rock (Fusion), Smooth Jazz, Progressive Rock, Blues & Funk.
Gear: Fender Stratocaster HSH, Peavey Zodiac EX Bass Guitar, M-Audio KeyStudio Keyboard, Pod HD 500x and Pod Farm II for FX.





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#3 July 31, 2015 16:03:17

stefanha
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The jam that broke the internet on July 29th

What I liked about this jam is that despite so many people playing together at once, we created very listenable material. Often it becomes chaotic with so many people but this time things worked well.

It was lots of fun to have both strong keyboardists and guitarists in one jam. The focus shifted between them as time went on.

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#4 July 31, 2015 20:54:49

Calran
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The jam that broke the internet on July 29th

Yes indeed! The keyboard players were crazy good, very funky.



Main Instrument: Electric Guitar (Intermediate, 3 years).
Styles: Jazz Rock (Fusion), Smooth Jazz, Progressive Rock, Blues & Funk.
Gear: Fender Stratocaster HSH, Peavey Zodiac EX Bass Guitar, M-Audio KeyStudio Keyboard, Pod HD 500x and Pod Farm II for FX.





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