Suhr Groove

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  1. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    I had this up and already took it down. Silly me. Figured I give it another go. Was listening to some Matt Schofield and started messin around with this. Was just trying to get nice straty type tones from my Suhr. Od with volume rolled down.

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/pinner/suhr-groove[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    ps. Thanks Joseph for your comment on the original thread.

    EDIT:

    I did another take with the Lead using a Tomaszewicz TZZ-17H Overdrive amplifier.

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/pinner/suhr-groove-tomaszewicz-tzz[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2012
  2. TopDog

    TopDog "jumping the valence" Silver Supporting Member

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    Nice straty tone tones, Steve. good playing dude!

    Sounds Claptony IMO....


    I've been listening to Matt S a lot lately myself. His outro solo on "What I wanna Hear" is killing....
     
  3. andybaylor

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    Sounds wonderful.
    This is where I'm at these days. Single coils!
     
  4. skronker

    skronker 2010/2013/2015 S.C. Champions Gold Supporting Member

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    Like the tones you're getting, sounds good.

    Good tones, good playing.

    Thanks for posting
     
  5. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks!! He certainly is one of my blues favs.

    Thanks Andy. New territory for me and having fun!!!

    Thanks man!!!
     
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    Sounds great! I need to bust out my Grosh strat.
     
  7. iamdavea

    iamdavea Silver Supporting Member

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    Wow--super sweet playing, and you make it sound easy! Dug the tone, too; I know there was an OD in there, but the tone was very pure. Excellent!
     
  8. fig

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    Really nice tone, Stephan! I like the bluesy playing too. :)
    Is that with your Fuchs?

    Greg
     
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    Great blues playing and sounds!
     
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    Proper sound, Steve. Bluesin' it too.

    Like it when you open your shoulders half way thru.
     
  12. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks man!! Looking forward to hearing your Grosh through the beast!!!

    Thanks a lot!!!!

    Thanks Greg!! It is the Fuchs. Was using the OD channel the whole time, just messin with the volume on the guitar, and pups of course. The Suhr volume is very usable.

    Thanks man!!! LOVE the new track. Will definetly start messin with it soon!!!

    Thanks Jostein!!

    Very appreciated Mike!!!!
     
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    Nice playing and sound Stephan.
     
  14. Frank Axtell

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    superb tone, very tasty playing...
     
  15. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks Frank. Means a lot!!!!!

    Thanks a lot Kenny, much appreciated!!
     
  16. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    EDIT:

    I did another take with the Lead using a Tomaszewicz TZZ-17H Overdrive amplifier.

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/pinner/suhr-groove-tomaszewicz-tzz[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     

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