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Here's a vid of the new Bloomfield tribute Burst in action, on loan from Allen Bloomfield and being played by Jimmy Vivino. Al kooper is on keyboards too.:jim
IMHO this is Clapton's best tone and playing since his D & D days, but while he has his tweed Twins on stage there is also a smaller amp on a stand behind him. It's mic'd up and at the video's end it looks like Clapton moves over to it to get that final feedback. Does anyone know what that...
Ghostly black and white images and some might complain about the sound quality but its a miracle this footage ever existed at all and a bigger miracle that it has survived. I don't know what else to say. Over the past 40 years I've heard the iconic...
Last year (or the year before) GastonG posted a couple of soundclips of late 70's recordings he had made with his '59 Burst played through a Brown Deluxe and a Marshall 50 watt head. Those were killer tones and playing and I wanted to hear them again but can't find the thread???
Guitar starts at about 0:48, really takes off by 1:00. Not much video but again unreal tone from a live show. Is this Taylor and if so what song??? What show???:wow
Found this last night:
Simply scroll down to the JohnMayall1968-12-04 show (they're all listed alpahbetically) to hear some of the best Les Paul tone ever!
While Clapton set the standard, and Green certainly ran well with the baton, Taylor, IMHO simply took...
Wasn't sure if I should post this here, but does anyone here know anything about a 1957 Junior (sn# 7 8643)? Its a light one at 6 lbs 13 oz, but it has changed hands three times on ebay since April of this year. Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have info about it you'd...
Fresh from Wolfgang's concert vault today, Peter Green and the FM live at Stockholm's Konserthuset, 3/23/69:
Green just cooks and this is the first live Mac recordings I've heard with him using a wah!