Johnny B. Goode-telecaster

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  1. coolbreeze475

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    Johnny B. Goode-Chuck Berry cover. From our gig, last night in Saugatuck Mi. (Lake Michigan). Fender telecaster through a Fender twin Reverb with some little slide guitar, and cry baby. Thank You.
     
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    Sounded good man. Nice job. You got a good rhythm section too.
     
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    Nice playin'. Great sound. (...the lady in sunglasses at the table also seems to be enjoying the performance...just sayin') :)
     
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    Sounds great, my band does this too but you're a way better guitarist than I am. You've got a great rhythm section too!
     
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    I noticed that too but thought maybe shouldn’t say anything. ;)
     
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    Her foot's a tappin.

    Reminds me of the first time we played a new club many years ago, we used to play 20 on 10 off so eight brackets in a four hour night.

    Two brackets in and nobody was on the floor and we said to the manager we're dying they don't like us, his response was yeah they are always like that with a new band they're all tapping their feet don't worry, brackets 3 & 4 the floor was packed ( huge sigh of relief )

    After the 4th bracket we changed from all black to black & white, wouldn't ya know it, treated us like a different band for another two brackets before getting into it again.

    Played that club Friday & Sunday nights for two years and packed the place.

    Some folks take a while to get the vibe
     
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    Good stuff, but not too keen on the wah with a Chuck song!
     
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    Reminds me of the Hendrix version.
     
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    @coolbreeze475 are we using this forum for advertisement:(?
    Played that at 17, 1973, but used an Ibanez lawsuit Les Paul and our lead player had a 61 Epiphone with mini-buckers.. Good try- Hmmnnn.
     
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    As far as I saw he didn't post a link to his website saying "book our band".

    He just wanted to share a great performance he was proud of. Chill out dude.
     
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    Great performance is questionable. We played that better in my last year of high school ( 1972) and I do it drunk. guitar upside down behind my head- ala Jimi style as a party trick. Gave that old Rock'n'Roll style away after "Qheeny" by the Stones in 72. You'd have to pay me to play that as I'd feel so ashamed.
    The voice on Folsom Prison doesn't get to baritone- his last advertisement. Listen to the singing.
    It's the pig in me coming out- I know.
     
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    Love that artsy place. Nice picking. I am anti headstocks with tuners .. just me.
     
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    You have bent the audience's feet. Good show.

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    Hey at least you acknowledge it.
     
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    Sounds great!
     
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    I like the wah.
     
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    Get that pig back in the pen. :)

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    I think the mods can determine for themselves if it qualifies as an advertisement or not. Other than that just enjoy the music and be happy. If you’re one of “those” who just can’t be happy and just has to ruin things for everyone else then all I can say is bless your heart friend.
     
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    So, thank you all, very much, for tolerating my sudden influx of 10 song postings. I hadn't uploaded any videos at TDPRI twanger central this year, I try to post 1 a month.

    For me, the best part, was reading all your comments. I really found them intelligent and funny. More than merely being amazing guitar players, you're also very smart and funny people. Thanks again.
     
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    Way to show the love.
     
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