Check This out! SRV With Les Paul Marshall VM!!

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  1. 58lespaulman

    58lespaulman Member

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    sounds real nice man :RoCkIn
     
  3. Serious Poo

    Serious Poo Armchair Rocket Scientist Graffiti Existentialist Gold Supporting Member

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    Sounds great! Nice rig.
     
  4. Sniper-V

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    Nice and greasy!

    Are you using the WB 67-07 VTP or VTPH in that LP?





    EDIT: Just realized you saying, the pups were stock BBs.:jo
     
  5. candh

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    Great tone and great playing. Is that straight in??
     
  6. 58lespaulman

    58lespaulman Member

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    Thanks Guys! Pretty much straight in, I do have the TIM pedal set with a little grit.

    Shane
     
  7. bluesmain

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    rock on dude! nice clip!
     
  8. 58lespaulman

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    Oh, these are stock Burstbucker pickups. This was the only set of BB's that I like, and will probably leave in this guitar.

    Shane
     
  9. Dana Olsen

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    Sounds great Shane, nice playing too.

    Is that a 4x12", or the small cab I can see in the background? Really cool tone.

    Dana O.
     
  10. 58lespaulman

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    It's a Marshall Vintage Modern 2/12 Combo. I do want to get the 100 watt Head with the 4/12 now. But this one does the job for small clubs.

    Shane
     
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    So you are really happy with the amp? I've been eyeing this amp.
     
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    Nice playing, and a pretty convincing dupe of strat sound. Congrats!
     
  13. soldano16

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    Very impressive strat tone from an LP. I'm impressed.
     
  14. bobgoblin

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    That sounded great! Those VM amps are nice, I just picked up a 100w 2466H w/a 2x12" cab. Sounded killer on my last gig, even with the 1000 miles of cable & fx I use (Vox wah, zendrive, small fry, & chorus & delay in the loop).

    Nice playing!
     
  15. 58lespaulman

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    The Vintage Modern is a great amp, and it is my main gigging amp, but this Les Paul is probably the best sounding one I've ever owned. Especially for the classic style tone.

    Shane
     
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    Very nice, Shane.

    Where was the master volume? Did you have to crank to get that sound? Also, does it clena up if you roll the LP volume back? Sounds like it would....
     
  17. Tonefish

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    Nice job Shane.
     
  18. deeval

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    Which set of Burst Buckers are those,I have #5,s in mine and the front PUP is kinda dark in my Fender amps.
     
  19. MightyGuru

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    Good stuff, man. Tone and playing.
     
  20. Sniper-V

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    I would guess BB #1 & #2.
     

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