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Discussion in 'Songs in the key of Gretsch' started by MrClint, May 11, 2019.
Word play and riffing over a backing track with my Gretsch G2622:
Cool and funky, great tune.
Thanks @JeffreyLeePierre , I appreciate you giving a listen and for the kind comment!
Enjoyed that, thanks for sharing
You're welcome @Beardog! Thanks for listening and liking.
As a fellow Streamliner player I applaud you for demonstrating how great and versatile these guitars are. Great playing!
Thanks @DannyB! What a cool thing to say. I truly appreciate your comment. I've been in love with my Streamliner since I brought it home about a year ago. It's my first full electric guitar.
Wow, this is your first electric guitar, what did you play beforehand? For your first electric, you play very well!
That's a huge compliment @DannyB ! I appreciate it. I played exclusively acoustic for a number of years and then off for a number of years. I've been back at it strong for a little over a year.
Robust with gusto!!! Sounds great.
Thanks for sharing.
You're welcome @Charlie westside, and thanks for the listen and the like! I've been playing my tele a lot lately so it was fun to get back on the Streamliner and make some music. The '65 twin reverb emulation on the mustang amp with the Gretsch is turning out to be a nice combination.
I would have never guessed it was a mustang. Wow. Very well emulated. Kudos to Fender
Yeah, I connected the Mustang I v.2 directly into my Mac via USB, no audio interface. Mustang amps tend to get over looked these days, but I've gotten a lot of bang for the buck with mine. I might even be doing a gig here pretty soon with mine. We'll see if 2oW is enough for an outdoor setting. #fingerscrossed