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Elliott Easton appreciation.

Zexcoil

Vendor
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5,753
One of my favorites.

Tight, concise statements and never obvious.

A nice balance of balls and taste.
 

RMC519

Gold Supporting Member
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1,237
Berklee training and natural talent combined...EE is the definition of taste!
 

?&!

Member
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1,712
Leads catchy enough for monster pop songs, and clever enough for guitar nerds. EE is one of my all-time favorites.
 

jimfog

Senior Member
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9,477
Time for my semi-regular plug of EE's great solo pop cd "Change No Change".

Killer power pop, with songs co-written by Jules Shear.
 

todd richman

Senior Member
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13,189
Great play for the song musician. You know he posts frequently at the Les Paul Forum and uses his own name as a username. He is very forthcoming with info on gear and tone, etc.
 

iamdavea

Gold Supporting Member
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8,738
His ripping statement in "Candy-O" is one of my favorite solos, ever. And he's got at least a half dozen others that are just as cool--"Touch And Go", for instance.
 

Joe Robinson

Platinum Supporting Member
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3,739
Big fan.

The solo in Shake It Up is so good, it makes me turn up a song that strikes me as being at the top of the Cars "Cheesiest" list.

There's another great EE solo on Peter Wolf's first solo disc. Sadly, I don't have it to listen to anymore and I'm pretty sure its out of print. I do troll through ITunes for it on a regular basis.
 

RickC

Member
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7,458
The solo in Shake It Up is so good, it makes me turn up a song that strikes me as being at the top of the Cars "Cheesiest" list.
Yeah, I like it too. IIRC, he uses two different guitars for that one. 1st half Tele, 2nd half LP?

/rick
 

shredtrash

Gold Supporting Member
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9,939
I was just listening to him the other day and I was thinking, "This dude rocks!" Every now and then, when listening to the Cars, it dawns on me how good he is.
 

Tripower455

Member
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6,298
Time for my semi-regular plug of EE's great solo pop cd "Change No Change".

Killer power pop, with songs co-written by Jules Shear.
Amen...... Great album! I got it on vinyl back in the day and now have it on CD.

Great player. The George Harrison of his generation. Always adds the perfect guitar parts, never too much, never not enough.

And a hell of a nice guy to boot!
 

Marc Roy

Member
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13,395
Can you get any more underrated than him? Jeez, talk about chops and melody. I grew up on The Cars and still have their albums.
 

getbent

Member
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4,305
He kills no doubt..........



buuuuuttttttt, 'splain the ad in guitar player for a power cord he says will make your amp sound better..... wasssup wit dat?
 




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