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Discussion in 'Songs in the key of Gretsch' started by chris_b, Oct 15, 2020.
I always imagine this one as prominent, but it's cool anyways.
The Clash - The Leader, The Clash do Rock-a-Billy.
I would post The Cult - Black Angel, a song I used to adore, but I find it a depressing dirge.
The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
I loved the Staples. Pops used tremolo to great effect.
You beat me to it.
“Hold on John”.
Plastic Ono Band.
He was the Wicked Games guitarists in the Silverton's . Chris Issack lead vocals
Fogerty likes his trem for sure.
Let it loose
Amazing song, Lotta trem. 4 of em in fact.
"[Marr] and producer John Porter re-amped the rhythm guitar track into four Twin Reverb amps, all with the tremolo effect engaged. The key to the pulsating rhythm is to set the first amp’s tremolo speed to about 125 bpm then run it into a second amp with the tremolo speed set to about 375 bpm to generate a bouncing triplet pattern that pulsates in a somewhat random manner.
Those same tremolo settings are duplicated with amps three and four, with amps one and two panned to the left and amps three and four panned right to create a stereo spread. The amps’ reverb provides sustain that accentuates the pulsing tremolo effects."
CCR---"Heard It Thru The Grapevine"
Of course, the way it was sung came out as "Hoid it thru the grapevine."
Yeah, that's pretty prominent alright.
"How Soon is Now" - The Smiths
But I see @Henry has beaten me to the draw...
First one that came to my mind...
Welcome to the forum, Slighter !
Nice to see the thread going strong, thanks!
Any recommendations on a nice trem pedal? I've only used the Boss TR2 and what's built into Vox Ac amps. Not sure how much I could get out of upgrading. How is the Danelectro fab series? Love a good light flutter.
YES. Jason and Sonic used those Vox Repeat Precessions, I believe.