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Welcome to my channel! Please subscribe and visit my store: https://store.maryspender.com/ Subscribe to That Pedal Show: https://www.youtube.com/thatpedalshow Well this was a huge amount of fun and at least I could notice the inexpensive guitar! Huge thanks to Mick Taylor for lending his expertise to a strat amateur like me. Filmed at Thomann for #TGU18 (Gearhead University). Guitars used: Harley Benton Vintage Series: https://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_st_62dlx_vw_vintage_series.htm Fender 50s Classic Series: https://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_50s_strat_lacquer_mn_car.htm Fender '62 Journeyman Relic: https://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_62_strat_journeyman_relic_lpb.htm Credit due to these amazing people, who did this way back: https://youtu.be/xP_Ks2_m5sI ► PATREON REWARDS (crowdfunding for creatives) http://patreon.com/maryspender • Your name will feature in the credits of each 'Tuesday Talk' video. • Prioritised questions for my Q&A videos. • Up to 50% discount code for any merch available from my online store. • Early access to new videos and the comment sections. • High quality .WAV file downloads from my YouTube videos. -- Download my music: ► BANDCAMP: https://maryspender.bandcamp.com/ ► iTUNES (USA): https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/mary-spender/285573370 ► iTUNES (UK): https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/mary-spender/285573370 ► SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6ENk6p7Q8Gd5bxkjTdVgj6?si=fBwCzJ8kTUOBkwsxD86Mkg -- ► SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/maryspender -- ► FOLLOW ME ONLINE HERE: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MarySpender Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarySpender Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/maryspender Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/MarySpender Website: https://www.maryspender.com -- Welcome to my channel! I'm a musician based in the UK. I'm predominantly a singer-songwriter writing bluesy songs on the electric guitar, but, in September 2016, I started a series on YouTube called ‘Tuesday Talks’ that is predominantly targeted towards guitarists and singer/songwriters. I share my own experiences or interviews with prominent artists such as KT Tunstall, James Valentine (Maroon 5) and Joanne Shaw Taylor. A few years later, I’ve found an interactive community who are incredible supportive of my independent artist status. Thank you for watching this video. I hope that you like my music related content. Subscribe, share and spread the love and don't forget to comment down below. I will at least read it, if not reply! ---- Subscribe to my Newsletter for exclusive content: https://maryspender.com/sign-up/ For Business Enquiries: email@example.com
Article & photos: http://bit.ly/GunsNRosesRR In November at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, PG’s Rig Rundown team got the inside guided tour of the gear that’s melted a million faces. Richard Fortus and Slash’s and Duff’s longtime techs, Adam Day and Mike “Mcbob” Mayhue, tell all. In 1987, Gibson enjoyed an enormous jump in sales when Guns N’ Roses released Appetite for Destruction. To show their appreciation, Gibson gave Slash this ’87 Les Paul Standard, the first of many endorsement guitars. This battered ’87 LP has been broken, burned, and abused since the first tour and remains one of Slash’s favorites. Duff McKagan started out with a Japanese Fender Jazz special he bought with his record advance money. That bass, now stored safely at home, served as the model for the Fender Custom Shop Duff McKagan bass models. Duff tours with several of his Fender signature basses; the primary is a mid-2000s model Richard Fortus tours with a large arsenal of guitars, too many to cover here, but let’s start with a few of his Gretsch guitars, including a Gretsch White Falcon and Black Falcon, both Players Edition models upgraded with Arcane pickups. Continue reading: http://bit.ly/GunsNRosesRR
Article & photos: http://bit.ly/GretaVanFleetRR Brothers Jake and Sam Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet serve up buckets of old-school, paint-peeling tone and deep riffs. Fueled by a big industry buzz, the Kiszka brothers have been logging some serious miles across the globe. During a recent two-night, sold-out stay in Nashville, Jake and Sam talked to PG’s John Bohlinger about their live setups and musical influences. Jake Kiszka records and tours with his beloved and abused 1961 Gibson Les Paul which features two PAFs. The LP is strung with D’Addario .010s. Currently, gaff tape holds the lower bout of the guitar together. Sam Kiszka’s favorite bass is an early ’80s Fender Precision Bass body with a Jazz Bass neck. Although between string changes during our interview (the first since he’s owned the instrument), Kiszka usually keeps it strung with D’Addario flatwound (.050–.070–.085–.105) strings. Continue reading: http://bit.ly/GretaVanFleetRR
In an old interview from a 1994 Guitar World article, Yngwie Malmsteem was asked to do a blind critique of some of the bands and guitar players of the time. Yngwie gets played Metallica's song "master of puppets, he has great things to say about the band except for the guitarist, Kirk Hammett! this is what he said: "That’s Metallica – I love it! This is maybe the second or third time I’ve heard this song, and the first time I’ve heard the live version. My old drummer and keyboardist liked Metallica a lot, and they played this song around the time I was recording Odyssey (1988). I liked it then and I like it now." "Of all the bands that play this type of music, Metallica’s the best. James Hetfield sings better than all the other vocalists, and Lars Ulrich is a great drummer. I feel some sort of connection with them. I think the band heard some of my early demos, which sounded something like this. (Malmsteen demos first surfaced on college radio stations in Northern California, where Metallica is based) I’m not saying I influenced them, but maybe I did. Overall, the band has a great sound. But I think the lead guitar player (Kirk Hammett) is not very good. He can play fast and is pretty good at it. But his choice of notes and sense of pitch are very bad. I don’t think that he plays with musicality, or plays in tune. Rather than lifting the song, his solo seems to be the anticlimax."
In this video, Senior Product Development Manager Allen Abbassi walks through the new 60th Anniversary '58 Jazzmaster - highlighting the key features and explaining how the controls on a vintage Jazzmaster work. For more info on this guitar and the 60th Anniversary of the Jazzmaster, click here: http://bit.ly/jazzmaster60th SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/FenderSubscribe SHOP FENDER: http://bit.ly/ShopFender About Fender: Fender Musical Instruments Corporation is the world’s foremost manufacturer of guitars, basses, amplifiers and related equipment. With an illustrious history dating back to 1946, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in nearly every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues, and many others. Connect with Fender: Visit FENDER WEBSITE: https://www.fender.com Like FENDER on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/fender Follow FENDER on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/fender Follow FENDER on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fender Follow FENDER on SNAP: https://www.snapchat.com/add/fender Follow FENDER ACOUSTICS: http://bit.ly/FenderAcousticsIG Demystifying the Jazzmaster | Fender https://www.youtube.com/fender
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