Briggs Jamming with a Sr18

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  1. DWB1960

    DWB1960 Senior Member

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    Some major nerves at the start, but this should give a good account of a Briggs with P90s.

    The damn drum machine footswitch was fighting me every step of the way.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxON7Oz6eTA
     
  2. AaeCee

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    Damn Donnie, you sound great and that guit sounds amazing! I so want a Briggs! Which P-90s are they?
     
  3. Drunkagain

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    Nice playing man. I really love the body shape of those guitars. Modern adn classic looking at the same time.
     
  4. paintguy

    paintguy Long Hair Hippy Freak Silver Supporting Member

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    Frickin'' killer Don. That guitar sounds great and your playing ain't too shabby either.;) Seriously, killer chops bro. And I'm not a P90 fan at all.

    I could have swore you changed pup positions a few times when you didn't. You can tell that guitar is super sensitive to picking attack and packs some great tones.

    You very well may have ruined my lack of GAS that I have been feeling lately.

    Someday I will own a Briggs...
     
  5. DWB1960

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    It's a Lindy Fralin 10% underwound in the neck and a Rio Bluesbar in the bridge. Amazing combo and very well balanced.
     
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    Fantastic guitar and great playing!!! Enjoy that beauty in the best of health and keep on rocking brother!!!

    Cheers,

    Edward
     
  7. Tonefish

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    excellent playing...and tone...WOW!
     
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    great tone, what amp?
     
  9. DWB1960

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    Guitar > Analog Man Silver TS9 > Fulltone Choralflange > Fuchs ODS30 > T-Rex Replica in the loop.
     
  10. killertone74

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    after reading about your obsession with your briggs its great to hear it! sounds awesome man...the fuchs amp is a good match for the briggs...I went out to andys shop once..really nice guy. Jack asked me to post a clip of my classic...once I get my pro-tools up again, I'll do that...my classic and 74 marshall were fighting eachother a bit but after putting a anniversary seth lover in the bridge, its sounding killer...
     

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