So with that ding out of the way, here's my Nocaster back in action

Discussion in 'Fender Custom Shop Tele Forum' started by benji657, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. benji657

    benji657 TDPRI Member

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    I eventually came to my senses and stopped worrying about the ding. Thanks for beating some sense into me.

    So I gave it another whirl today, this time in the style of Gilmour. He and EJ are probably two of my biggest influences.

    Through a cranked princeton reverb and a bc183 sunface. Any comments/thoughts are welcome and greatly appreciated!

     
  2. Slipperyfish

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    Nice job! it sounds great as you do as well. I would love to hear it through a twin speaker amp like a Pro Reverb or something I think that would clean up a lot of the low end mids where they sometimes get mushy and give it more of clearer definition in the dynamic range.

    Sorry I'm being critical you did really well. The amp sounds nice especially the high frequency tones not too over the top bright.
     
  3. newtwanger

    newtwanger Blackguardian. Ad Free + Supporter

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    Nice work (great tne)! you can hardly hear the ding. :D
     
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    bchaffin72 Friend of Leo's

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    Flew right by me. I didn't hear it at all.:D

    Nice job!
     
  5. Snowind

    Snowind Tele-Meister

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    Sounds good. I dig it.
     
  6. irie

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    me too :rolleyes:
     
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    telex76 Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    Nice.
     
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    I'll join the rest the guys in calling it a good job except...Well...The video seems to have come out backwards...:lol:
     
  9. bchaffin72

    bchaffin72 Friend of Leo's

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    Well, yeah, there is that. :D
     
  10. benji657

    benji657 TDPRI Member

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    No problem, and I definitely think you're right! A pro or super reverb is high on my priorities list, but I gotta get out of this apartment first :lol:
     
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    src9000 Poster Extraordinaire

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    Way cool.



    Though I'm not sure about these other guy.
    I definitely heard the ding.
     
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    Good playing. One thing I noticed that initially confused me was your original post showed a RH tele while the in the video it's a LH one:confused: After careful review of the video I noticed at 1.17 the Fender "F" was reverse and my conclusion is that you shot the video using a mirror or edited the video.

    Would you please clarify.

    Thanks, Tenderfoot
     
  13. benji657

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    Yes, you're right. Photo booth does that for some reason and I can't seem to change it easily.
     
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