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A song I did with a new/ish Fender 57 Champ Reissue and a Gibson SG w/P90s. Soft, yet crunchy - just 2 guitar-tracks and vocals.
Peak position #4
This is a small jam I did with my "new" silver face Fender "Champ". Sweet + clean - sit back and enjoy.
This is a 3-guitar-jam with one of Fenders most-well-known amps - the Hotrod Deluxe. I only used the 3 sounds from the amp - no additional effects. Recorded at home at very, very low volume (for some friends of mine) - enjoy!
Peak position #1
A fun-song I did in praise of the "mighty" Fender CHAMP. All-out crunch - enjoy! A modified 68 Gibson Melody Maker into a Fender 57 Champ Reissue (w/Weber Mini-Mass) - and my new Sennheiser E 906 mic. Only effect used was a bit of reverb
Peak position #62
Yeah - goin to Topanga!
Peak position #44
61 Fender Tweed Champ, a Strat, an Epiphone Riviera w/humbuckers and a bit of reverb. I made a video-clip for this tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8K3EMSZYuU
Peak position #78
A new take on a very early song of mine. Its still "in progress" as a friend of mine is working out some electric guitar parts, and the harp is likely to be skipped - but I wanted to share it in its current state.
Peak position #26
Just a Tele and the Excelsior into Garage Band (with a little delay here and there) - no outboard-effects.
Peak position #7
An improvisation based on an older song of our band with my Bj and Telecaster - no outboard-effects, just a touch of delay in the mix.
Peak position #85
An improvisation based on a "folky" song I wrote. Here it is without words. Just a Strat, a distortion-pedal and a 66 Fender Princeton.
Peak position #20
One of my first "Solo"-recordings. A Tele, a Strat, a cheap overdrive-pedal and my 79 Princeton Reverb. No other effects were added.
Peak position #61
Heres an arrangement of a very well-known song I did for a good friends birthday on April, 3rd - played with his own Epiphone Casino through a reverb-pedal and a Fender Champion 600 Reissue.