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Very cinematic. That stuff belongs in a film. :)
I use the volume and tone more than the switch...so it just made sense. :)
My main guitar for 37 years.
Three score and change. Wiggle stick seems to work well. :cool:
I sat in with him at the Ash Grove. You had to be on your toes with him. He was the real deal.
First off...that sounds like she has good ears.
A little bit of nitpicking on my part...
If A minor is the i, then G is the VII.
i = Am...
If I had to choose the single best song ever...I couldn't. :D
And...it could just be a junk mic. ;)
I'll be dead. But that guitar will be just fine.
Well...my '65 ( with the factory shim) is 55 years old and there's no hump. Maybe in another 55 years it might, but I doubt it.
Get your guitar...
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All improv...unless you're Ornette Coleman...has thematic development. You're right on Nate.
Christian was playing horn lines. ;)
This piece is...
There are some who think the Earth is flat. ;)
I've used business cards, sandpaper, guitar picks. Whatever works.
The full contact thing is a subjective myth. I have factory shims in my '65...
Playing/using arpeggios (chord tones) is the backbone of everything.
For my purposes no. It's perfect.
In no particular order.
That'll Be The Day -Buddy Holly
Apache - The Shadows
Double Trouble - Otis Rush
Nowhere Man -The Beatles
Forever Man -...
Uhh...that was originally on Blow by Blow, played on his Tele-Gib. Dedicated to Roy Buchanan.
It's an opinion I share with you. SRV's version is my least favorite.
Hendrix had a 3 way switch. ;)
Never been a Marshall guy. Closest was an AC50 head and a 2x12 cab. But that left pretty fast.
Fenders are my choice. :)
These started with a pine body blank.
Build a Telecaster is easy. And its rewarding.
They sound like this:
The one on the right:...
Its a cool rig though. I'd play that sucker. :)
Overall? Depends on the song.
But...P-Bass. One pickup ( or two halves) and a bunch of great sounds have been made with them.
Pick what works...