Its all in the fingers, or is it?

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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Molly wrote:

Watched that last week, interesting. Wonder what the amp he was playing through was, as from memory he refers to it as something small and white?

I liked his humbleness, how he said a good part of the success of the guitar was down to luck. He could probably teach Gibson a few things about chambering too!
BY Molly
#804953
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Watched that last week, interesting. Wonder what the amp he was playing through was, as from memory he refers to it as something small and white?


Ronnie Corbett?

Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:I liked his humbleness, how he said a good part of the success of the guitar was down to luck. He could probably teach Gibson a few things about chambering too!


Also could put go bed a lot of 'tone wood' cork sniffery.
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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Really enjoyed this, saw it posted on another forum :thumbup:



"My buddy Matt O'Ree, who played in Bon Jovi's touring band with Phil X, and who won Guitar Center's King of the Blues competition years ago, is a long time Trainwreck player. He also has this gear and lesson-oriented video series on YT. Anyway, he is putting together a series of videos to showcase some current Trainwrecks built by John Mark, and some original amps built by Ken Fischer, including Ken's personal one that he got on-loan from Ken's family. He brought in some modern LPs, vintage strats, to show a variety of combinations. I also let him borrow an old guitar of mine.

Here is his first video in the series, which has him playing my guitar through his personal Trainwreck.

If you want to just jump right to the playing, skip to 6:35 and 11:13.

Personally, I had never heard a Trainwreck in person until I showed up at the studio the day this was recorded. All of the amps sounded unlike anything I had heard before. Ridiculously touch sensitive, and a level of brightness that I couldn't believe. You can so much presence in the video that I'd swear it was a different guitar. Brightest amps I've ever heard. Strangely enough, the sound fits real well with his band. Cuts right through when playing live. I think that cab/speaker combo he's using contributes alot, as later in the day, we tried an old Marshall cab and it was much darker. Very cool amps.

There's a bunch more videos coming in the upcoming weeks. I'll share any that have a vintage LP in them."
BY Molly
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Really enjoyed this, saw it posted on another forum :thumbup:


From 11:15 really cool, dynamic stuff. Sounds fantastic. Thanks for posting.
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BY Litterick
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Whistle Test, from the 80s. Richard Thompson, David Linley and Midge Ure tell Mark Ellen and David Hepworth all about electric guitars. After that, Hendrix, playing in a field.

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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Haven't watched this yet but assuming it's gonna be decent. Looking forward to his new album dropping later this year...

BY Molly
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Haven't watched this yet but assuming it's gonna be decent. Looking forward to his new album dropping later this year...


Cheers for posting, Jim. That bloke's got massive hands, eh?!
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BY Slowy
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Wow!
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BY willow13
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kwhelan wrote:


watching Joe play the les paul sitting down puts in a nut shell why I don't have one. when ever I play one sitting the fat ass of it puts it at that funny angle and it kinks my back and neck ... I play 90% sitting so they're not for me
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BY jeremyb
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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Nooooooo, why ?! I guess if it was something that the owner was brave enough to do and had no intentions to sell it, then fair enough. But that's not the case, so thanks for butchering a piece of history just to chase some $$$ :eh:



"1954 Gibson Les Paul Junior/”Burst” Conversion.

This guitar started its life as a 1954 Les Paul Junior and has been meticulously converted to 1960 Les Paul Standard specs. A new top was made from vintage Eastern Maple and added to the existing Mahogany body along with the addition of binding and trapezoid inlays added to the neck. The neck carve was modeled after a 1960 Les Paul and features a fast, slim profile. Many vintage parts were sourced including 1959 Grover tuners, 1959 wiring harness and switch, 1960 knobs, an era correct bridge and tailpiece, and real PAF pickups. Accurate vintage repro plastic and pickup covers. PLEK’d by Mike Lull for low action and incredible playability. This guitar has the real Burst feel and tone for a fraction of the price! Includes molded hardshell case.

$24,995.00."

http://www.emeraldcityguitars.com/product/1954-gibson-les-paul-junior-burst-conversion/
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