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Discussion in 'Gretsch-Talk Music' started by MTurner, Sep 16, 2020.
Yep, nailed it pretty much.
Ok, he shows us how there. Now we can all learn it.
Nailed it! Great job
excellent rendition of the song! What amp were using and what type of effects, if any (i.e. reverb, delay)?.
I sure hope you don't think that was me!
Cool! Rockin' it all the way!
I spent about an hour watching this at half speed on YT, trying some his riffs (not all of them; there’s some fancy finger dancing up around the 12th fret). It was instructional to see what he was doing, and also to hear his interpretations. I don’t agree with some of those, compared with what I think I hear on the Setzer original, but altogether I think it is a fine piece of work, and way ahead of anything I can do today. But tomorrow? Or the next day? Well, we’ll see. Maybe next year.
And with Gretschbuckers, to boot!
Spot on Mr Turner.
I new it wasn't , your hairs not that long .....but the lip piercing is spot on
Yep. Played on a "lowly" 5120.
Had to dye my silver hair and lose a lot of weight for this one.
Y'all, this is not me playing this cover. It a guy who can actually play.
I bet I couldn't even strum the first chord correctly.
Couldn't get my 5120 to sound like that, get in tune, or to get that timing down. Must have been the amp?
Bet you could MTurner...
Me either. HAS to be the amp!!!
If you did, you'd lose...