Keep Your Blues TYS BT(Sewell Texaverb25)

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  1. Texsunburst59

    Texsunburst59 Member

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    Tex, some mean tone you have there! Is that the Maxon?
    Cool playing, especially the slide thing which I adore.:cool:

    Here's my lazy take:

    http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=QsYVWJB-2ZY

    Ceriatone Overtone and Fernandes Revival Strat.

    Marin
     
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    Marin I gotta say I think you found your "Soul Mate" tone with the Ceriatone Overtone. That amp sounds so SMOOTH and sexy. Your slap echo and the tone you have here turn a raw souther fried backer into a smooth bluesy classy sounding tune. It's all in the tone and delivery. GREAT JOB !!!!

    P.S. the tone is mostly the Sewell cause I set it on the verge of break up, and then I boosted it with the OD-820.
     
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    Liked your Surf vibe tone you used on this backer. It was not what I would have expected for a souther rock tune like this. The different kinda vibe is definitely a welcome change on this track. Good job.
     
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    Thank's!:)
     
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    Tex bro that is sweet as it gets ;)
     
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    Marin,

    Ya got some fine chops there young man!:dude

     
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    I'll throw this up for jollies. Back in my sordid youth 30+ years ago, the sole goal of my bandmates and I was to sound as much like Get Yer Ya Yas Out as we could in our raggedy way. This is an attempt I made last year to capture some of that loose vibe by stomping all over this great backing.
    :)
    Nashville Tele into a Womanizer pedal direct (a few times).

    StoneBlues
     

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