Black Crows tune with my Esquire

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  1. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    I fuggit the tune and the chording is from general memory. I may not even be playing it right, but I did it my way......

    Anyway, the volume is just about at 1/4 of the way up on the amp. Perfect for club volumes and way responsive. I am really stoked on this rig. There is this upper mid honk in the vid that was not apparent while in the room.

    Tele/Esquire bridge tones are the best! This is the most way useable guitar that I have ever owned. This is my new no.1 and it is a keeper fer sure!

    M.E.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAhx9qo9ihs
     
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    DANG! That lead tone is just killin'!
     
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    dhdfoster Silver Supporting Member

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    Very nice. Is there a thread about that guitar somewhere? The warmer tones sound great and not muffled at all.
     
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    Thanks for the comments guys.

    Here is a link with a description of the guitar from the builder, Jeff at Fabgear.

    http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=163177

    Also, go to photobucket and put in Fabgear and then type in "guest" as the password. You will be greeted with a long list of the instruments that he has built and modified. The man is truly an artist.



    M.E.
     
  5. fatback

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    Sounding good Michael. I dig that new Esquire.


    I gotta say, that's a cool music room and props for hanging the monkey-strat on the wall behind you. ;)
     
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    Thanks John,
    I have not had much time to pick up my guitars as of late until now. It is really nice that when I am working in my home office during the day, I can clear my head and make a vid or something.

    I am using the Kotzen for dropped D wanking. I have not ever played in this manner and it shows! I have not changed the strings on it for some time, but I thought I would make a quick vid in between working on my spreadsheets.

    Here is the Kotzen, dead strings and all.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaUPcra8-QI

    M.E.
     
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    Ooo! Ooo! Aaah Aaah Eeee!

    I go bananas for electric ninja monkeys!
    :p :D
     
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    Great tone. Nice little version of "Sometimes Salvation."
     

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