New tune with "mystery guitar" - inc Backing Track

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  1. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    I've listened to your opinions and I've now written another tune with/for this guitar that I very well may buy. I'm growing really fond of it.

    This time it's the guitar with neck pu straight into the Boss GS-10 and then into the sound card. No pedals.

    Once again I'd be pleased if you would lend your sensitive ears and tell be what you think of the sound.

    Here is:
    Jumping Towers

    For those of you who may want to jam/noodle along here's:
    Jumping Towers Backing Track

    Enjoy and post your takes :D

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  2. fig

    fig Member

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    Hi Mats -

    Guitar sounds great! What guitar is it?? :)
    Playing sounds great too!
    Nice backing, as usual . .

    Greg
     
  3. mikem

    mikem Senior Member

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    Really nice sounding guitar, Mats. As usual, great backing track.

    :BEER

    Mike
     
  4. Weldaar

    Weldaar Member

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    Great tone Mats. Backing is real good too. I did a take last night but I can't seem to post my take here. The link won't paste. You can find it on my signature though. It's the first song.
     
  5. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the nice comments:
    The guitar is actually a new quite inexpensive SA500 which is sort of a ES-335. Fact is I like it so much that I'm keeping it and selling my Gibson ES-335 one piece maple top.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  6. fig

    fig Member

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    Hi Mats -

    The best guitar I ever owned was a 1980 Yamaha SA2000.
    For me, price isn't an issue (meaning, I don't care how cheap it is). I wanted an LP, so I found one on eBay that was selling brand new for $300. It was by a company called Wolf (??). Anyway, they said they weren't making them anymore, so I figured, Why not try it?
    After I got it, I took it to 2 different guitar techs, and they couldn't believe the quality. Both said it played better than most Gibson LP's that they work on.

    So if you like the guitar, that's all that matters.
    [​IMG]

    Greg
     

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