A little Esquire spanking

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by CitizenCain, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. CitizenCain

    CitizenCain Member

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    Here's a little clip I made with a custom Tele that I converted to an Esquire.

    It's got a Muy Grande pickup that I'm just not in love with. I might replace it with a DiMarzio Pre B-1.

    Cheesy wah at the end, I'm out of practice on the wah. First one I've had in over 20 years.

    It was fun! Hope you like it :D

    http://www.visi.com/~sstolle/esquire.mp3
     
  2. scottl

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    Very nice bluesin' CC!

    Nice touch and feel! Good tones.

    Scott
     
  3. Hackubus

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    Good stuff! I'm in the process of doing a Tele to Esquire conversion. Can't recommend the Lollar special T p'up enough. (although whatever you had in there sounded just great!)
     
  4. CitizenCain

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    Thanks guys! I've got a Rio Muy Grande in there now. It seems like the two middle strings don't have the same snap as the two high and low strings. I'm convinved I don't like the flat pole arrangement, looking for a pickup where the D-G poles are raised a bit.
     
  5. dave s

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    Excellent tone! I loved the middy 'bark' your guitar has.

    dave
     
  6. Kappy

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  7. refin

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    Can't hear it--------linky no worky.:confused:
     

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