Eric Gales and Andy Timmons--Little Wing. A LOT To Unpack!

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  1. Kennybeeinfl

    Kennybeeinfl Member

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    Check out Tuck and Patty's version.
     
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    That was awesome!!!!:thud
     
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    Welcome to TimmonsWorld :D
     
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    mikesch Gold Supporting Member

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    It’s not often that I watch Andy Timmons play in a jam scenario and am more interested in what another guitarist is doing, but damn Gales is a monster. A lot of his phrasing is just from another planet.
     
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    Do yourself a favor and go see him live. Take all the music and playing that you know of, and then package it up into a show. He WILL have you moving.
     
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    What is Andy's delay setup? Sounds like a delay and a reverb with a long tail. But so clear.
     
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    IDK if he had his own rig in that clip, but his signature delay sound is from a Strymon Timeline, it's 2 delays set up at about 300ms and 500ms. He explains it in his rig rundown:

     
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    Thanks. 1/4 note delay and a dotted 8th, with a slight chorusing on the delays. Steve Van does something similar. Ends up sounding almost like a reverb.
     

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