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You can see clearly now Johnny, There are no obstacles in your way......You are home. RIP.
Wow, You hit the nail on the head. "it was our music" Very sad day.
Eddie was the greatest influence in me wanting to play the Guitar. An amazing talent that changed the face of music. RIP Eddie![ATTACH]
As far as it goes for me, One: You won't find a forum with the caliber of of people as you will find here.
Now for the Guitar.
I find Gretsch...
Sounds Great! Tone is real close. I'm not sure if it's a lil more reverb or delay. You'll nail the sound. Super close.
Out of all the Guitars Gilmore owned, He auctioned off the majority. But he kept the Gretsch, which he has used as of late for live performance.
I must say IMHO Anything from "the Bay city Rollers" top any of the songs on your list, which there are more than at least two songs that I really...
I would suggest you tap into your local music scene, find a place you like, a place you can have a few beers. Go in regularly for a while....
Excellent! Sounds Great and you guys look Awesome.....While looking for another adventure!
Freaking Excellent!!! Rockin it living room style just as good as live!!!
Thanks. Listened 3 times in a row.
I run modulated stuff through my loop. Chorus, delay, falnger, phasers, and reverb if I go with a pedal. I mostly use on board reverb though.
I use my Blackstar HT club 40 for everything. Practicing, playing out, and recording. I don't mind the power. I have had it for years and never...