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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by CapCrunch, Jun 10, 2021 at 2:01 PM.
With dull blades running at 20% speed.
He's a lot different now than he was in the 90s. I've grown to really like the guy recently. Watch any interview from the past few years and you'll see what I mean.
Also, I just hear Toto when I listen to his new song. Not a bad thing
I can't...I still get dry heaves just seeing his name.
I'm glad you like it, seriously, if it gives you pleasure that's a good thing
I like a lot of John Mayer's guitar playing, more so when he was a fender player everything from Gravity to bold as love. I also thought Paradise Valley and born and raised had some great acoustic vibe stuff.
The tone in that clip reminds me of Clapton "pretending "a lot though.
Let it all out Ant.
I have the same thoughts about Springsteen, oops , I’m meant Boss.
I'm glad that you're glad about my pleasure. I've certainly always longed for someone to care about how I feel. lmao
pretty sure the keyboard player in the video is the guy from Toto. definitely went full 80's
Yeah, percussionist as well.
Who's what now?
And from Clapton’s band for a while.
No kidding ! He was doing the power stance, rolled sleeves on a sport coat, and aviators and everything!
I think it’s a loving tribute to late 80’s Eric Clapton, which for someone John Mayer’s age would have been significant.
I hear that he wanted to sound like Toto, but something's missing.
And to give fair credit, he did it PERFECTLY. That video could have played on MTV in 1987 and no one would have known the difference.
This is just "adult contemporary". So boring.
Compare and contrast.