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p90freak
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p90freak

Strat-Talk Member, from Carlinville Illinois

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    1. wiryawan
      wiryawan
      Hi P90Freak, thanks for asking! I am actually fine although the drought hit some part of my local area. It is always like that since long time ago and we already know how to adapt to the drought, thanks for asking! Thank you for the kind words on the music that I posted, means a lot to me :) !! We are currently in the "dry" season as we like to call it here, it will stay dry like this until sometime in November. We are affected by the cold wind from Australia a little bit so we have somewhat colder morning that feels really good especially when we wake up in the morning, but the afternoon remain hot and humid as usual. Take care too mate! Thanks for visiting :)
    2. Barb
      Barb
      Sweet thanks!
    3. Mr. Lumbergh
      Mr. Lumbergh
      It's a beaut, but I haven't gotten to play it much. It's in storage back in the US.
      Basically it's a Blues Jr. head pushing two differently-sized speakers in that awesome Rockabilly-looking cab, a 12" and a 10". Each speaker has a different peak resonance, so you get a nice flat low-end response out of it which keeps the lows smooth. The baritone sounds stellar through it, and it has a real wet verb tank.
      I can't wait to play it again...
    4. wiryawan
      wiryawan
      P90Freak, thanks for writing on my visitor message, thank you so much for your kind words and I'm glad that you enjoyed listening to my music :) It's not a career, but I take it seriously as a hobby that I really enjoy. All the best for you too both in music and in everything else! Cheers and see you around the forum
    5. Mr. Lumbergh
      Mr. Lumbergh
      Glad you dig it man, and thanks! My gear is certainly at a higher level than my talent at the moment; I need to work on that...:roll:
      As for the Bari Tele, I have to say I'm still finding my way with it. I really like the sound of playing around the 12th fret while using the neck pickup, either on a standard-scale Tele, Strat, or the baritone, and the bari allows me to play the most basic forms of A minor Blues at the 10th fret and capture that sound. It's also easier on my hands to play a song such as "Every Breath You Take" on the bari, where the stretches aren't as crazy when moving the pattern up five frets. As for actual baritone songs, I'm finding it hard to track down more than a few Dave Matthews tunes, or "Wichita Lineman." I'd like to ultimately get comfortable enough with it to take to jams, and keep the low end with it while the bassist takes a solo.
    6. Barb
      Barb
      Yes freak, I think that's it. Check out his Wild Theme-Local Hero, OMG my fave.
    7. Barb
      Barb
      I am just playing what they teach me to, classical, picking and Mark Knopfer's style is really my favorite. I like lots of different styles except heavy metal.
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    Location:
    Carlinville Illinois
    Occupation:
    Musician
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    '59 Vibrolux; Original Sept. '65 Deluxe Reverb; '06 Fender '57 Twin Re-issue; Re-issue '63 Fender outboard reverb(brown); Ross original '78 compressor pedal; Dunlop '93 JH-4S Rotovibe; First re-issue '93 Dunlop Fuzz Face; Vox re-issue('93) V-847 wah.

    Original '64 Fender Jaguar Shoreline Gold; '78 Gibson Les Paul Standard(ebony); Gibson Historic '60 Les Paul Special('96); Fender C/S "Orange Krush" Strat(15/25)('95); Fender C/S Relic '60 Fiesta Red Strat ('06).
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