ES 335 Blues

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  1. Frank Axtell

    Frank Axtell Member

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    I really like how you mix the old and new together. A little hommage to Albert and also to the Robben Ford school. I loved it. And the 335 is phat!
     
  3. HarryJ

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    Way nice Frank :)

    HJ
     
  4. Sub-D

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    Hey the link isn't working for me just getting a drum pickup then over......
     
  5. Frank Axtell

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    sorry about that ,it should be working now
     
  6. JoeB63

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    Nice playing, but I can't decide whether or not I like that tone. It probably sounded killer in the room.
     
  7. bluesmain

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    I'm digging it..sweet chops and tone
     
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    I like that tone. Most people wouldnt think a 335 could do rippin tones like that, so its cool to hear. Nice job :AOK
     
  9. JiMB

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    Listen to Chris Cain's 335 tone. Beautiful liquidy-screams. Chris' tone is smaller, he's not using a 50watt 1/2 stack.

    Frank, I love the tone and playing. Enjoy the new gitfiddle!
     
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    Totally man. That Cain guy is just ridiculously good. :cool:
     
  11. Strat335

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    SOUNDS GREAT!!

    Nothing like a 335, and you are having WAY too much fun with it! LOL
    Very nice!
     
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    Fine playing as usual. Enjoy your ax.
     
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    Sounds great. My kid has been bugging me for a 335 for months!!
     
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    In Cherry Red of course....
     
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    Yea Man, digging the way you sound with the new guitar!
     
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    I absolutely loved this clip. The tone and the playing were to die for.Great, great job Frank!
     
  17. Cap'n Fingers

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    Where's the Beef? It's coming out of that 335 by God!
    Nice thick and beefy. Very cool Frank.
    Not sure I liked the room verb but the rest of the clip was delicious. :dude
     
  18. Tomo

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    Great work Frank!

    You got nice bite tone. I have ES335 too. It sounds really mellow.
    Enjoyed your tone!

    Tomo
     
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    I'm a 335 man meself,

    They feel better than a Les and they dont have all that high end crap up top. I was at GC a while back running a Custom Shop 335 through some 100 watt JMP and it slaughtered anything in the place as far as driven tones. It BLAZES!!!!!

    And the cool thing is, you can pull it out of the Marshall and grab a Deluxe Reverb and feel that lovely low end rubbing your back all over some jazz chords!

    One of my top three guitars ever made...

    -JA
     
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    You've got it stinging very much like a Tele...nice vibrato!!

    Chris Cain's tone is very different actually... as is Carlton's ... in fact, I wouldn't have guessed this as being a 335 at all..

    And it's funny, because I recently purchased a hand-crafted Valley Art's Hollow Bent T (semi-hollow Tele shape with three pickups) and it sounds amazingly more like a 335 (only with single coils), then a Tele... (Like it even better then my 336 ...)
     

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