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Blue Guitars

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Nor did "electric" stop at the guitars – organs, pianos, keyboards, all was going electric, studios started to play around with the new electric sound, the possibilities seemed endless.The Blues was even swapping over into Reggae, but in spite of its "sunshine feeling" the themes and topics were just as sad. With over 20 pickup setting options, it's certainly one of the most tonally versatile guitars on the market!

Bass guitars come in all shapes and sizes; housing different pickups, using different necks and equipped with a variety of hardware. Guitar Guitar Limited trading as guitarguitar acts as a credit broker not a lender and is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, firm registration number 742103. Used for various solos (check out his lead licks on "Brighton Rock"), it's a thick sound with a specific bite that's great for soloing (eg.

For each of the albums were studied their history and characteristics, and for the recording process and sessions in the studio were procured and used equipments which was used at the specific time, and the studio itself was set up in the way to best-possibly convey the sound of rooms of the previous times. Feel free to post pics of your own gear, cool gear you saw online or anything else as long as it complies with the rules. This whole high-class affair goes by Blue Guitars and is the result of working for 18 months 12 hours a day, seven days a week, of one man and his band. The book, slightly smaller than an LP cover, begins after the two pages that hold the first 8 CDs with two large paintings. I'd only known of Chris Rea from "Fool If You Think It's Over" from way back in 1978, when I was in high school, and had, to be honest, forgotten about him since then here in the USA.

The mixture of the basic Blues concept with more country and western styled instruments (slide guitars, harmonica) gave the Blues a rawer, yet again still instantly recognizable sound, which has played a major role in music ever since (up to Stevie Vaughan and ZZ Top). The instruments that were being made at that point, in my view, surpassed those at any other time in history. Combining neck and bridge pickups (out of phase) has a thinner, almost honky, tone that paired with amp distortion (ideally a Vox AC30) is pleasingly unique.The Blue Guitars album, packaged as a box set in the style of an earbook, [1] consists of eleven CDs, one DVD and a full colour book, including paintings by the artist, liner notes and song lyrics. For every lover of good music and for all guitar aficionados in particular, Blue Guitars is an absolute must. The variety and uniqueness on offer here make this an outstanding recording guitar when you've run out of options on your usual guitar collection. You probably know the specifics – each pick up has its own on/off switch, and in-phase/out-of-phase switch. The original, primitive influences are no longer recognizable, replaced by a calmer, smoother, more polished, yet nonetheless still recognizable, style of Blues.

Regarding the BMG’s neck, I find it 'medium' sized, so compared to the slim Ibanez it took a little getting used to at first. It was a tremendous change in the way, the Blues could be approached, fine and subtle figures and fine chord structures could suddenly be played, the Blues was rising to previously unbeknown heights: "Now I can play above the bar noise, Man I'm bigger than a crowd" as Rea states in the opener "Electric Guitar", which paraphrases what musicians must have felt after this milestone revolution.

However, Chris Rea has another side far more complex than cheery Xmas and California-living beach vibes. In the hands of a better player, I expect it can do a decent job of those too, given its wide tonal options. Another is Pelham Blue which is used by Gibson and has been favoured by players such as Dave Grohl on his ES-335. I was in Scarsdale in October and stopped into Rudy's with my buddy Matt who went with me to Scott's a couple of times, including the blue guitar party. The neck isn't as deeply contoured as Brian's own but it is more substantial than many modern rock axes; with the nut width and neck contour we found it very comfortable to play.

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