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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by TremoloJoe, Jul 5, 2019.
Yep, Dire Straits has multiple examples: Sultans Of Swing, and many songs from their first album (Southbound Again, Down To The Waterline, Lions, etc.). Also, Once Upon A Time In The West from their next album (Communique) is a good example.
Also, Lynyrd Skynyrd: Sweet Home Alabama.
This may offend some, but ewwwww
Offended? No. Perplexed? Definitely.
Yeah, first song that came to mind was Sultans, and Sweet Home Alabama.
Other notable efforts:
Damn Right, I've Got The Blues - Buddy Guy
Hey Nineteen - Steely Dan
Vultures - John Mayer
I can’t stand Lynyrd Skynyrd. I think they’re really contrived and I’m just not a fan.
I don’t care if you like them and don’t hate the guys out there playing in that band, but it’s literally a dread for me to listen to.
I get the sense you don't care for LS. Call it a hunch.
What gave you that idea?!? Lol
They even tell you to "Turn it off" in the opening of Sweet Home Alabama.
that says it all.
Not fast enough.
Heard it when it was fresh. Just fine then. Now...not so much. Kinda tired of it too.
Yeah, I think that's just it... I'm 38 and by the time I was getting seriously into music in the very early 90's that song had already been played out for me.
My doc at the VA.
I think that I am getting the hang of this...how about Van Hagar’s, uh sorry, I mean Van Halen with Sammy Hagar’s, ‘Finish what ya start’d?’
And further, could we then define ‘quack,’ as a unique clear tone, can be kind of percussive, neck pick-up, trebly sound-ish often associated with Fender guitars?