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CS-336 Sound clip

young angus

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Apr 17, 2005
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I have to say that if you use only a ES 336 on that recording, it´s a very versatile guitar. It sounds lika an acoustic, an ES 335 and a Les Paul on the recording. Interesting. Perhaps I have to me one of those too.
 

georgeshep

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Feb 15, 2005
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I've heard bits of Phil Keaggy. I like what i've heard a lot.

The first time I heard of him was when I saw a transcription of "Sounds" in the 1986 Guitar Player magazine with Eric Johnson on the cover.
 

Jericho941

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Jun 22, 2005
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Sounds really good. Was going to buy another LP, but may look into a 336. Very good guitar playing also.
 

tedh

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Jan 8, 2003
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I almost bought one from Saul at CC Music a few weeks ago. Nice Custom shop CS-336 plaintop. Truely is a versatile guitar, sounded beautiful acoustically and through a Marshall. But it was a little out of my budget range.
 

opdev

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May 16, 2002
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I just bought a used CS-336 today. Wine Red Flametop from Marks. (59 profile neck).

Really loud acoustically. Seems like it is going to cover alot of bases.
 
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