Yet another....Excuse, clean Tele this time.

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by marinblues, Nov 21, 2005.

  1. marinblues

    marinblues Member

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    Thats a pretty cool tele tone. Good playin too!
     
  3. marinblues

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    thanks man. I love my tele.
     
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    Mighty fine playing, Marin! :)
     
  5. MusicGearGuys

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    Sounds awesome! Ripping it up.
    What model ENGL is that?

    Gregory
     
  6. ttrog2000

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    Love the tele tone too. What is your telecaster setup? Pickups? Which pickup settings are you using?
     
  7. marinblues

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    thanks fig.
     
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    thanks. It's a 1x12" Screamer combo:

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    It's a 2000 Fender American Series Telecaster. It's a "special edition" model since it has a fancy flame top on it:

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    The pickups are Kinman Broadcasters:
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    I played mainly in the "middle" position with a few switches to the neck pickup only at the begining. I always have my little finger somewhere near the pickup selector and the tone and volume knobs and I change settings as I play. The habit comes when I was younger and had the craze for strats like everyone else. :)

    thanks.

    Marin
     
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    I thought it was a Screamer.
    Its sounds great.

    Gregory
     
  11. marinblues

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    It's a real bargin, that amp. thanks.
     
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    I've remixed the solo. after listening to it for a few times, I noticed that the sw reverb was creating some annoying phasing effect. sounds better now.
     
  13. Dave35

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    You are just full of excuses aren't you!

    Good stuff man :D
     

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