Absolutely.you can't deny that he has amazing talent
The Vitriola is an overrated instrument!I only kidding. It is more than fair to stipulate that George got a raw deal from his bandmates - at least early on - and that his skill and talent (not to mention success) as a musician and songwriter were orders of magnitude superior to my own.
Melodies just fall out of that guy's head like water out of a faucet. I frequently don't like what he comes up with lyrically (and pretty much ignore his entire Wings era output) but you can't deny that he has amazing talent.
George is clearly using some kind of wah and phaser.They dont use any effects in rehearsals or on the roof. Its guitars into a twin, or so it seems, and a bass into a bassman of sorts. No other effects. I cant get a good glimpse of the PA or monitors. But they make all the simplicity work.
George never wrote that one but did a great version of it. It was written by Rudy Clark who also wrote Good Lovin' by The Rascals....In their defense, George did write the detestable (though profitable) "Got My Mind Set On You" decades later. Maybe because they broke his spirit early on.