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Peak in sub-genre #51
Is it the work of a 21st century schizoid man? Is it a postmodern masterpiece? Judge for yerselves!
Peak in sub-genre #71
An oldie of mine. It's the old blues but I worked on an original chord sequence. Fills by the Heritage H150 guitar, lead by the Classic 70s Mexican stratocaster.
Peak in sub-genre #78
My four Heritage guitars all on one bluesbacking by Paul Anderson. In order of appearance: H150-H535-VIP2(see picture)-H162. Effects: Fulltone Fulldrive2 and Boss DD6 delay. Amp: Fender Vibro Champ (6 watts), mic: Red5Audio RV15 tube
Peak in sub-genre #63
Dug up by Dutch master Benwave and all about David Gilmour. I tried to go different directions too. Featuring my MIM 70's Classic strat with upgrade pickups, telecaster and Heritage guitars.
Peak in sub-genre #60
Some person must have credit for the backing! I tried Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, as interpreted by Jeff Beck on this 'Beckishbacking'. In order of appearance: Stratocaster, Parker Fly, Telecaster, Heritage Paul.
Peak position #3
Trying out my new Red Audio mic on the old familiar blues. Lewd geetars are The Heritage (535 and 150)
Peak position #55
Merely some backgrounds for trying out my replacement tremolo block. Song is under construction.
Peak in sub-genre #29
MIM Stratocaster (70s Classic Reissue) with replaced pickups: Neck: SSL1; Middle: SSL1 RW/RP; Bridge: John Suhr V60
Peak position #86
Oops, this is something one maybe shouldn't do: wrecking up a beautyfull Scofield tune like 'Time marches on'.
Peak in sub-genre #30
Played on the Heritage H150 Classic to demonstrate its 'Beano' qualities - just like E.C.'s Les Paul on the Bluesbreakers album. Yes, I know I'm NOT E.C.
Backing by Jan Nel & some risky Heritage H535 on top