Lay Off

Guitorb wrote on 1/12/2012, 6:01 PM
Artists: GUITORB
Album: SPRING 2001

 A sad fact of life at this time of year in the United States.

 This one features Teddy Graham on the guitar,bass,and harmonica(we Hoosiers call it a Mouth Harp). The drums are from my Korg S-1 sampling workstation.

 I've been pondering the virtue of having a separate profile for Teddy's guitar oriented tracks. Is that a good idea or no?




papajeff wrote on 1/13/2012, 1:32 AM

Hi Ted, oh what a wonderful Track! Very good acoustic and sologuitar, sounds at the best times out of flower power rock in the 70ties!

The "mouth harp" (Mundharmonika in German) reminds me to Bob Dylan!

LG Jeff

Beamish-Spartano wrote on 1/13/2012, 3:36 AM

Wunderschöne Rock Musik, 5* Fav, Herzlichen Gruß Spartano!

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Hallo Musikfreunde,  jeder hat mal Probleme mit das Abmischen seine Musik der eine weniger als der Andere, ich Biete euch an für ein Kleine Betrag, das Abmischen eure Musik zu Übernehmen, bei Interesse bitte Hier oder in mein Solo Profil Anmelden, Alles andere werde ich euch bei Interesse Informieren, herzlichen Gruß Spartano!  

born67 wrote on 1/13/2012, 3:38 AM

Hi Ted,

great work !!!!

really a good song.....

smartsmurf wrote on 1/13/2012, 5:25 AM

A problem not only in the United States...

The monster is showing its ugly face...


pic by fuckartletsdance @deviantart

smartsmurf wrote on 1/13/2012, 5:27 AM

Love the track btw...

no... not a good idea... 'cause that's all you... guitar or scifi... versatility indeed...

Former user wrote on 1/13/2012, 5:56 AM

ja Deine tolle Musik hab ich mir bewußt etwas aufgehoben,hab die vorher schon ein zwei mal reingezogen....

Deine Musik ist astrein und gefällt mir sehr,insgesammt sind Deine Arbeiten immer fantastisch...

Gefällt mir vorallem wie Du hier die einzelnen Instrumente einbringst....

Meine Hochachtung sei Dir gewiss



TommyG wrote on 1/13/2012, 7:13 AM

Great track.

And: no it`s not a good idea to separate profiles. What is it good for? I agree with smartsmurf. It' s all you. Guitorb cannot be divided in two Guitorbs. Would be same, as if I say: "When I produce Songs in an Oriental Rock-style, then I`m *TommyG* and when I produce ambient songs in a conventional way, then I`m *RonnyB*."

Leave it well enough alone. My humbe opinion.

redisland wrote on 1/13/2012, 7:41 AM

klasse track


lg die redis

BERNARDPH wrote on 1/13/2012, 7:49 AM


Very nice intro, I love parties quitar and your mix with the harmonica is great

Nice atmosphere, blends are subtle and well done



samp wrote on 1/13/2012, 12:06 PM

Guitorb is many.... that is the interesting thing with Guitorb....

I really like your many ways of expressing yourself.... that is the ..... oh.... I am listening and listening to your Guitar play.... I loose my track of thoughts .......


Love it.

Lg samp

Cosmic_Paul wrote on 1/13/2012, 12:53 PM

Wow!.......... that sounds like,.... „Back to the roots“!!!
I love it! 

LG Paul 

Former user wrote on 1/13/2012, 1:16 PM

>Bin zwar etwas anderes gewohnt___.... habe mich aber gut darauf konzentriert....  ,   ist schon eine große Leistung....

NICE, Sabine

SpriteBat wrote on 1/13/2012, 4:06 PM

Very original! I think the "artificial" sound of the drums really compliments all the natural sounds of the instruments you played yourself. There is a great foundation with the acoustic guitar, and of course, the solos are beautiful!

This is quite an accomplishment, because usually I hate anything that sounds even remotely like country music.

Former user wrote on 1/13/2012, 5:42 PM

wow, i´m still very proud that such a great guitarist covered one of my songs...and this one´s again so beautyful and full of rhythm - another WOW!!!

i don´t think you need another profile  - you´ve alwaYs done your thing - the openminded of us will like any new stile of yours (it´s somehow in the roots I´D say)  - the quality is 1A GUITORB!!!

(why do you speak about yourself in the 3. person? everything ok? i´m an expert as you know my friend ;.)

Guitarjams wrote on 1/14/2012, 1:12 AM

Man, that was great! This is a fav for me. Great work!


I don't see a need for a separate site. You can keep your alter ego here too so we won't have to look so hard to find you.

Solista wrote on 1/14/2012, 10:00 AM

Like this song very much! The passage around 0:25 ff. reminds me a little bit of Neil Young - Heart Of Gold.

I'd stick with one profile. Not only for the sake of us, also for your own. Think of the double effort maintaining accounts and questions like 'Should I comment this as GuitOrb or as XXX'?

gsage wrote on 1/14/2012, 1:25 PM

I really like how seemlessly the music flows and changes throughout.  Normally not my cup of tea but it's hard not to like such well put together melodies.

Sandro_Glavina_Channel wrote on 1/14/2012, 2:12 PM

Yes, it's a good idea !! FANTASTIC !!!!! ciao da sandro

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beabea wrote on 1/17/2012, 2:08 PM

...luv teddy's guitar oriented're sort of role model for that i've picked up my guitar (after a long long time)... and no, don't divide yourself up...takes us psychologists too long to put you together again... *fav*

ZIGGI wrote on 1/17/2012, 3:08 PM

Now thats what i call a song! There no doubt about your skills with the axe my friend.


You know what they say. "You cant be in two places at once."

Keep your split personality under one roof, that is after all what makes "Guitorb" what he is.



Frantzi wrote on 1/17/2012, 5:10 PM

Great thing this...
Nothing more to tell about, only listen...
"Uncle" Franz

Former user wrote on 1/20/2012, 9:58 PM



h h

Cosmic_Paul wrote on 1/28/2012, 7:05 AM

... it's me again!  ... I love it! 

Soundschill wrote on 1/30/2012, 5:10 AM

This is my sound and my feeling. Very good!!!