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'55 strat was the best fender I've ever played and owned.
Would love to have that one back.
Plug straight in to the normal channel and crank both volume and tone up to max.
Do they sound like old tweeds?
Earlier ones sound better/worse/same than current ones?
Please share your experiences.
Crema fits what you're looking for better.
With flexibility to use different power and recto tubes, you can shape the tone to how you want it....
oh... and peter green played "fake blues"...
i remember reading or hearing long ago where EJ said his solos are basically pentatonic scale with 2nd and 6th added or something like that.
Sax, trumpet, cello, and drums.
where jubilee at? :banana
thrill is gone.
love his GT.
Same here. I've used them all from production to boutique, vintage to new… amps, pedals, and guitars. Whatever sounds good at the time was...
Same gear for me, just more delay pedals… :)
Saw him back in August, and he was a badass.
Saw their concert at Iridium(?) on PBS couple nights ago.
Really dug it and liked it better than JB's *rock band*.
He played a GT and it looked &...
best fender ever for me was a '55 strat.
i like the early ones from '85 - '88 the best.
EC and his cherry 64 335...
La Villa Strangiato
red, black, and blonde.
Hearing 2112 for the first time at a friend's house.
Just about sums it up for me.
Vox too as well as old Gibson amps.
Been cranking Tungsten Mosaic MKII at home and it's comfortably loud. Great amp!
love pj, but the song is just ok for me.
i like his tone best back then...
Congrats on an awesome amp!
Had one about 10 years ago along with a low power tweed twin. Those two were the best sounding tweed amps I've ever...
john mayer this saturday!