Have we spoken about KINGFISH?

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  1. The Interceptor

    The Interceptor Member

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    I think we better start.



     
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  2. jeff_lebowski

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    The dude is a beast of a player. His sound leaves a lot to be desired IMO.

    It doesn't stop me from enjoying the tunes tho.
     
  3. TonePilot

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    I’ve been listening to him. He’s on my Spotify play list. Not enough of a fan to buy his tunes though.
     
  4. archey

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    He is an awesome player. I just hope that he drops some weight so he can be with us for years to come.
     
  5. bloozeman1

    bloozeman1 Supporting Member

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    Hes 19. He better lose some serious weight if he wants to see 30
     
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    I agree - a great talent.
     
  7. The Interceptor

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    I was pretty impressed with Kingfish's tone on The Thrill Is Gone video. It sounded like he had listened to Gary Moore - so this interview quote was interesting:

    "The guitar I’m playing at the moment is an LP-style guitar made by Mike Chertoff [of Chertoff Custom Guitars] in New York. It’s a really powerful guitar. I can plug that straight into an amp and it just sounds massive. I got interested in LPs and humbuckers when I was into Gary Moore for a spell. I always loved that fat, distorted tone, and I felt the LP was right up my alley. For the few songs that need a trebly tone, I break out the Strat. Some nights I’ll stick with the LP, and some nights I may not play it at all and use the Strat instead."

    From https://www.guitarplayer.com/player...ngfish-ingram-discusses-his-fiery-debut-album
     

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