ZZ Jam ('50s Les Paul Content)

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  1. refin

    refin Member

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    Here is a old jam from a few years back,using my '50s conversion Les Paul with Wolfetone rewinds.I asked Wolfe to wind a great PAF,and he absolutely nailed the tone I had in mind.Here they are a bit edgy and aggressive,but the pups will do anything.Nothing like good old wood to nail 'em to also!

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/songInfo.cfm?bandID=330460&songID=3120108


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  2. laurencer83

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    you're link isn't working. your pic got in the middle of the link.
     
  3. Rock Fella

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    yeah, the link aint workin dude.

    Ive been an admirer of all you have done over at LPF refin, im TG over there (havent visted in quite a while ) , guys check out refins soundclick link at the bottom of his initial post , "moore blews" is currently playing for me. this man is a superb guitarist, never strays into meaningless notes per second music , makes every note count and pleasure to listen to . moore blews totally kicks arse dude.

    Jimmy
     
  4. suttree

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    followed that link. some very nice playing, man! very soulful.
     
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    Hey Refin,

    Haven't heard from you in a while. Thanks for psoting this so I have yet another person on my "They get better tone than me list." Nice one. I love that PAF sound sooo much.

    :jo
     
  8. Macaroni

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    Great playing and tone! Very sweet and tasty. What amp did you use, and/or pedal?

    Can you post that backing track?

    Thanks.
     
  9. refin

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    Thanks,Macaroni for the nice words....no amp on this one,it's actually a Johnson J-Station dialed in on a blues setting.The backing track was posted on another forum,I don't have access to it.
     
  10. fatback

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    Wow. That's some great tone and very lyrical playing.
     
  11. refin

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    Thanks,fatback....I am trying to say more with less most of the time,but you know what a struggle that can be!
     
  12. Weldaar

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    That's really nice playing refin. Great tone. Any chance of posting the backing for us?
     
  13. refin

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    Thanks,Weldaar for being so kind....the track was posted on another forum about 2 years ago,so I don't have permission to it.
     
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    Thanx anyway. I understand.
     

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