Guitar tone on Pearl Jam's Last Kiss?

aaronblues

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Was recorded at soundcheck. Their biggest hit ever, even tho originally released only to their fan club. go figure.

Mike was using I think mostly Fender heads in 1998? or Maybe Bassman and Marshall? Stone was using a Savage pretty heavily for that tour i believe.

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Phyllo

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Was recorded at soundcheck. Their biggest hit ever, even tho originally released only to their fan club. go figure.

Mike was using I think mostly Fender heads in 1998? or Maybe Bassman and Marshall? Stone was using a Savage pretty heavily for that tour i believe.

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Thanks, yeah I'm thinking the tone I have in mind is probably Les Paul into a Savage Glas 30...
 

Phyllo

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Related to the song itself, Stone has some pretty good quotes regarding working and working on perfecting new material, then Eddie finds this chestnut in a vintage record store and it kind of accidentally becomes their biggest hit...
 

chrisjw5

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Related to the song itself, Stone has some pretty good quotes regarding working and working on perfecting new material, then Eddie finds this chestnut in a vintage record store and it kind of accidentally becomes their biggest hit...

Ed used to introduce it as 'a happy teenage death song'.... I think they're all amused by its popularity. It raised a lot of money for charity though. Kosovo refugees, I believe.
 




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