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Yes, I was thinking about "born on the bayou" when I decided to add it in my board.
Thanks. It is useful in every setting.
My favorite effect combination.
It's already growing on me!.
Also if you play surf rock and country!.
Thanks. It is indeed.
I will look into it. The standard JAM Pedals tremolo is called "Chill".
Yes. Really difficult not to be heard through a Strat bridge pup (they really cut through the mex)
I'm very sorry for your loss
I will check them out.
It must be. On "Born on the bayou", John Fogerty uses treomolo and distortion. Killer track and killer tone.
I suppose you need a bright amp and a bright guitar (Tele, Strat) in order to be heard in a band context. Certainly, guitar players in Spaghetti...
I grew up with a Rottie, so I have a soft spot for all dogs, but especially for the big ones. In the Mastiff group, I've only interacted with...
By the way, is the dog in your avatar a French Mastiff?.
Well, it seems I've found a new "always on" pedal for clean sounds (the other one I cant't live without is the reverb pedal).
Handmade in Rochester, NY by a builder named JerroStomps. And simple indeed.
Yes, very nice effect.
I know, it's one of the oldest guitar effects, but I've never spent time with it before. It adds a lovely texture to your signal.
That one too. His best selling and most acclaimed work. I love Filles because it's so unique: it finds Mr. Davis breaking up with his acoustic...
If you like jazz, you may want to check out "Filles de Kilimanjaro" by Miles Davis.
It is a very nice pedal
There are three types of amps that can be found in most classic records:
1) Marshall Blues Breakers, JTM45 and Pexis.
2) Vox AC15 and AC30.
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