This video is my demonstration of a 2016 Gibson Les Paul Traditional Plus-top played into an Ibanez Tube Screamer Overdrive Pro TS808 into a Marshall 1987X 50W Plexi Reissue head and Marshall 1960AV 4×12 cabinet. Mic’d with a Shure SM-57.
This is a demo of various pedal settings using a single riff to make the comparison easier to hear.
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I worked out Eric Clapton’s guitar parts from the John Mayall & the Blues Breakers version of “Hideaway” off the “Beano” album and show you how it is played at full and half tempo. The half-tempo version is marked to coincided with each line of the guitar tablature.
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My son designed a logo for a new brand of Bluetooth wireless earbuds that will be available shortly before Christmas 2017 – AffordaBuds.com – His design is an Alien named “ReeZen” and the tagline is “Listen to ReeZen – AffordaBuds are The Sound Choice in affordable Bluetooth wireless earbuds that connect easily and sound great!”
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So I’m preparing to do a full lesson on how to play the Duane Allman slide guitar parts from the Allman Brothers Band “Fillmore Live” version of “Statesboro Blues”, and this is where I’m at as of February 25th, 2016.
Today I’m practicing doing loops of the first minute or so. Let me know what you think of the progress I’ve made working on this over the past three days. Thanks!
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