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Discussion in 'Guitar Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by Eezz, Oct 22, 2016.
This is a demo video I made for the new Duesenberg Paloma. Recorded with the Line 6 Helix.
Body similar to a Reverend, also made by MIRR Music, I believe.
Guitar and playing are great. Gets the strat thing and still has some unique tones as well. Great vid.
My teacher playing my Paloma on BlugAmp1
Sweet demo! I actually saw it today just browsing YouTube for demos of the Paloma. There are barely any, and yours is definitely the best at the moment! I'm totally surprised you did it all on a Helix! (But maybe I shouldn't be, since I also have a Helix; what amp models/cabs were you using?)
I'd love to hear your thoughts on the guitar.
It sure sounds stratty in the video, but does it feel like one?
Also, how is that pickup selector switch? Pretty easy to use, or is it a pretty big adjustment? I like the look of it, but is it practical?
Again, great demo!
just got a paloma today and came across this video too. great stuff! I am also curious of the questions above!
It's been a long time since I had the Paloma; I only had it for a couple of weeks to make the video. My impression of it was that it's definitely Duesenbergs take on a strat with a humbucker. I feels like a Duesenberg though, which isn't a bad thing if you ask me, because there guitars are really well made with everything functioning great. Great vibrato, great tuners, good setup.
I don't really remember if I liked the pickup selector. It isn't an improvement over the typical Fender selectors, but you could probably get used to it fairly quickly.
Yeah, that's kind of where I am with it. Hoping I'll just get used to it!