Pro Reverb & CJOD pedal

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  1. Tomo

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    Pro Reverb from clean to CJOD

    From Live at Acton Jazz Cafe....

    PS, I will be playing at AJC on 7/8 next week. from 9pm. Hope to see you there!


    Tomo
     
  2. Craig Walker

    Craig Walker WHO DAT!! Gold Supporting Member

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    Kickin'.


    Smoking tone.
     
  3. KeithC

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    Top notch! Sounds great and superb playing also.

    That is the Pro Reverb with the Tonker's in it?

    I may have to put a couple in mine!

    Oh, and practice a whole lot! ;)

    Thanks for posting it.
     
  4. John Hurtt

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    Very cool as always, Tomo!
     
  5. GuitarGuy510

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    Geez Tomo your playing is superb sir, I dig it! Excellent clip too, tone, playing and all! Wish Clay was still making the CJOD! :drool
     
  6. Tomo

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    Thanks for listening! I love this pedal very much!

    So dynamic and so natural. Great gain too.

    Clay made this for my SRV strat & Pro Reverb combination.


    Tomo
     
  7. BluePowder

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    Tomo I absolutely love "Just Funky".

    The tone on the track was awesome as usual.

    I'm doing my best impression of a pigeon head grooving along to the track while listening.
     
  8. Guinness Lad

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    No wonder you teach at Berklee, great playing.
     
  9. KHK

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    Great clip and the OD pedal sounds perfect...great tone. Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. Tomo

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    Hi KeithC,

    Thanks for your kind words. Thank you.

    Well, I have 3 Pro Reverbs and each one has different speakers.

    That night... I used my 67" Pro Reverb, a special one.
    Right now I am using the Governors. but... maybe I mixed
    the Screaming Eagle (bright) and the Texas Heat(fat and big)?

    Do you have a Pro Reverb? I think it's best Fender amp.
    2 12, light weight, 40 watts, Vol, Treble, Bass and Reverb.
    It's simple!

    Of course I love my Fuchs 50 & Bob Burt cabinets.
    It sounds big and round than my Pro.


    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
  11. DonW

    DonW Velocity Town Angel Silver Supporting Member

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    You're dancing around that fretboard in amazing fashion as usual Tomo. Nice job, maybe your practice ethic can chat with my practice ethic. Although as of yesterday, looks like I'll have more time to devote to geetar.:BEER
     
  12. karmadave

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    Cool, funky clip Tomo! Pro Reverb + CJOD sounds great. I'm a big fan of Pro Reverbs, just haven't had good luck with vintage Fender amps. I've got an Allen Old Flame Head + 2x12" cabinet that does the trick nicely. One cool thing about the OF is the "raw" knob which dials out the tone stack giving it more of a Tweed vibe.

    When you gonna make it out West again?

    -KD
     
  13. Tomo

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    Hi John,

    Thank you so much! Hope I go back to West soon.

    I just got my master from Japan. I can't wait you here this!

    Thanks for the pics. I will email you back soon!

    PS, "Tomo dvd tour"Tomo DVD tour Box
    Check it out!


    Tomo
     
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    Thanks for your kind words. Thank you.

    I have been talking with Clay once a week. He is busy with his work
    and family. He is still enjoy making many things. He is very talented guy.
    Very sweet person as well. I know your wish.


    Thanks,


    Tomo
     
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    Tasteful playing Tomo! Very inspiring, thanks for posting.
     
  16. Tomo

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    Hi John,

    Thank you so much! My CJOD has just enough gain and some clarity
    same time. It pronounces picking nuance really well and made me play easier.


    Tomo
     
  17. Craig Walker

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    Tomo,

    I have just 'discovered' your abilities in the past few days, after having seen your name here for awhile. Man, you are a world class player. You've inspired me to really work on my rhythm playing, which has always been my weak point. [I grew up in the Van Halen/lead playing era].

    I ordered your [FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, Swiss, Arial]"[/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, Swiss, Arial]Accelerate Your Guitar Playing" DVD. Looking forward to what I can learn from you. :)
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  18. Tomo

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    Thank you so much! I am happy to hear that you liked my tune
    "Just Funky" I put my passion into that song. It's almost chord
    melody influence from Joe Pass and some funk.... melt together.

    Good clean tone from good tube amp makes me inspire too.
    Love the CJOD great tone! That pedal really helped my playing.


    Tomo
     
  19. babyblue

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    everything in this clip is superb!
     
  20. Tomo

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    Hi Harry,

    I am very fortunate to have job which is my love to do.
    Probably I got my job because I had my SRV strat, not jazz guitar.

    It was very honored to be asked to join Berklee guitar department.
    Now I have been teaching since 1993! I taught many many students.

    Thanks for listening. I enjoy your playing too.


    Tomo
     

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