Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

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Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

Post by tytlblues » Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:13 am

So I had the chance to pick up a slightly used Squire classic vibe tele. always wanted a tele to fool around with. although I also got a blues junior amp, here is a demo song of the tele, through my USB interface, clean. Starts with the bridge PUP, then goes to the middle position, and finally the neck PUP by the end of the song.


Twang, here I come!!!

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And for comparison, some 12 shuffle, in the neck position with a tad bit of OD:

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Re: Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

Post by Dogman » Mon Mar 04, 2013 5:00 am

She's a beauty for sure! What kind of USB interface do you use? :music1:

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Post by tytlblues » Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:10 am

Thanks Dogman, I use two interfaces, one a Tascam 144 MKII, and the second,a boss JS8 effects processors.
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Re: Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

Post by VikingBlues » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:46 pm

Nice playing and Twang Tyltl. That'll add a quite different sound option for your playing - and Classic Vibes get a really positive response all over the net - good choice. :thumbsup:

I've had three goes at having a Tele style guitar in the collection - but seems like I just don't have the Twang. :sad:
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Post by Blindboy » Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:53 pm

Sharp lookin' guitar. Can't listen to the demo just yet. :wall:
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Re: Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

Post by ratfinkdan » Tue Mar 05, 2013 2:51 am

Sounds good Tom, Jazz. Blues, and now country you can do it all! Guitar sounds really good, liked both the twang and the blues! How about the blues jr when do we get a demo, is it a new or used blues jr, I have a 3 and really like it only mod I did was swapped the speaker for an eminence canabis rex it really helps smooth out the high end in the jr's takes a while to break in but as it breaks in your tone just keeps getting smoother, plus its a bit louder also, great amp for taking out to jams, not to heavy and pretty good volume and tone! Dan

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Re: Honky Tonky Blues, and GAS

Post by tytlblues » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:10 pm

ratfinkdan wrote:I did was swapped the speaker for an eminence canabis rex it really helps smooth out the high end in the jr's takes a while to break
Hey Dan, thanks, and yes, it is a new Blues Jr. III. I bought just the black one, as I did plan on swapping the speaker also. I am glad to hear you have done the same.......now I know it is a good choice! I got to say, the amp sounds pretty darn good as is though!!
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