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post #1846 of 5076
Bonamassa is one of those guys who effortlessly goes between using fingers and a pick. Brian Setzer is another guy who can do that. Most of all they get great tone either way.
post #1847 of 5076
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

So you would not be happy if you could play like Joe? wink.gif

As long as I don't have to look or sing like him nod[1].gif

(though he's got some amazing guitars)
post #1848 of 5076
I bought an old Digitech delay on ebay that doesn't work properly and needs to be returned, but holy cow is it cool - an infinite repeat switch is such an awesome thing to have!
post #1849 of 5076
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post

As long as I don't have to look or sing like him nod[1].gif

(though he's got some amazing guitars)

You don't like his singing? To my ear he has great pitch. I hate those singers that have to slide into their notes like Bono.
post #1850 of 5076
i was in the photography section of barnes and noble looking for quality nudes, and right on a table there was a book on famous musicians and their guitar pr0n. Some of that shit was level 10 drool worthy.
post #1851 of 5076
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You don't like his singing? To my ear he has great pitch. I hate those singers that have to slide into their notes like Bono.

It's rock music, they're not singing arias. Bonamassa's voice is, wheezy, grating and put-on, IMO.

I don't particularly like his tone, either, but I love his gear and playing!!!
post #1852 of 5076
Thread Starter 
Here's a youtube that should conflict you. wink.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #1853 of 5076
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post

I bought an old Digitech delay on ebay that doesn't work properly and needs to be returned, but holy cow is it cool - an infinite repeat switch is such an awesome thing to have!

I use an iPhone app called tune up. It is amazing actually.
post #1854 of 5076
Man I find myself wanting to get a new guitar more and more these days. I used to have almost a dozen guitars at one point but I massively downsized my collection and I barely play any more. I am currently oogling this a few times a day:

post #1855 of 5076
cst 24?
post #1856 of 5076
PRS are beautiful, generally. That looks like a good one. Some sort of McCarty?
post #1857 of 5076
Thread Starter 
I'm noticing much hate on the Netwebs for Marshall's new DSL line and it seems to mainly focus around the fact they're now made in Asia vs. the UK.
post #1858 of 5076
lots of rock and roll history coming from that UK factory.

granted, the Asian made versions are probably better made satisfied.gif
post #1859 of 5076
Thread Starter 
The claims are that they are inferior in design and build. You'd think the whole Fender MIJ thing might give people pause.
post #1860 of 5076
i couldn't comment on that just yet as I haven't played one of the AZN DSL's, but my DSL40 (last of the UK DSL's) is built like a fucking tank. It's in great shape even though the previous owner gigged it a ton over the past 12+ years.


The Fender MIJ era stuff was a different beast all together vs. most other "made in China" products, and that's mostly a reflection of where Fender was at the time.
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