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Such a great guy. Love Paul.
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I love Page, but I've come to realize part of his charm is his "sloppiness" with technique. Engineers that worked with Led Zep have talked at length about all the numerous takes Page would do just to try to get something to sound clean. Frankly, even his early session work and work with the Yardbirds shows those same stylistic traits. Generally, 60's rock session guitarists did not have to have the same skill of today's session players to be successful.Page was a successful session musician. If he wanted something tidy, it would be tidy.
Everything about the production of the first 5 Zeppelin albums was very deliberate.
Personally, I love the Heartbreaker solo........it says something, matches the song perfectly even though the dynamics (and yes, I know, even the tuning is imperfect) are a study in contrast, that fits tin the light/dark dynamics aesthetic of LZ in general.
If it wasn't great art, we would not all still be talking about it.
I loved the way PG spoke about it all and his breakdown. MAKing my finger itch on the trigger to buy a Marshall SV20 I've been eyeing off.
What’s the story on the 5 knob layout on that Ibanez Artist?
Whoa, 3 band EQ? I thought it had to be a custom setupThe 2622 is an Artist series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez for 1977. It was made in Japan by FujiGen. It was also known as the Artist EQ. The 2622 features a carved maple top with creme binding on a double-cutaway mahogany body mated to a set-in three-piece maple neck...ibanez.fandom.com
I love the early 80’s Ibanez Artist. Probably weighs a ton.