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07/13/2016 12:30 PM
AMSnell wrote:Guys, correction to make!
Whilst the Buddy Guy wah was used seemingly for the majority of the Continuum Tour, a close look shows a plain CryBaby being used on WTLI. No idea which model but it's plain black, could be the standard!
07/13/2016 12:42 PM
BrandonLook92 wrote:AMSnell wrote:Guys, correction to make!
Whilst the Buddy Guy wah was used seemingly for the majority of the Continuum Tour, a close look shows a plain CryBaby being used on WTLI. No idea which model but it's plain black, could be the standard!That's cool to know. Do you know of any versions of songs on the Continuum Tour where he specifically used the Buddy Guy Wah? I own one and am curious to get a sense on the kind of songs he used it for. I'm guessing Good Love Is On The Way for the solo?
07/13/2016 7:31 PM
Bust down the double doors...
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Aronteo wrote:Double, to ask info about this:https://reverb.com/uk/item/3216208-two-rock-john-mayer-sig-combo?_aid=pla&pla=1&gclid=CIP3rbjYl9ACFdaRGwodFUkAoQ
Has anyone ever heard of this?
11/07/2016 8:51 PM
tpadula wrote:Aronteo wrote:Double, to ask info about this:https://reverb.com/uk/item/3216208-two-rock-john-mayer-sig-combo?_aid=pla&pla=1&gclid=CIP3rbjYl9ACFdaRGwodFUkAoQ
Has anyone ever heard of this?Yeah that's Chandler's friend Jesse. He's the one who sold JM the Dumble SSS with the blue suede. He's got some awesome, rare, and valuable gear, including a Masterbuilt BLK1, FCS Monterey, rare Two Rocks, and a bunch of other amazing stuff. CAE can give you more info if you have specific questions.
Yeah, Jesse has some very serious awesome stuff...crazy good!! If I recall correctly his occupation, never would've thought he'd have that kind $. Does he have YT clips/video's of him playing his awesome gear.. love to hear how it all sounds?
PS When you're selling JM gear, you got some serious/rare stuff.
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Aronteo wrote:DOUBLE, to say something about guitar volume settings: yesterday, was talking to a friend of mine, and he claims that JM actually often has his guitar volume knob close to 10 or 9. He is claiming that an example of this can be found on Gravity in WTLI; he said that in the video you can see him starting with the intro signature lick with the guitar volume cranked up, and then turning it down ever so slightly immediately thereafter (not sure how one can claim for sure that the starting point of the volume setting on guitar is 10.......).
He said that in his opinion rolling the volume down to 8 is too much, and you loose a lot of punch.
OK, I have tried that today, and have to say that I think volume at 10 is a bit too much, but I did notice a big difference between 8 and 9, with 9 being overall more balanced (not too tamed down, but at the same time not too harsh in the upper frequencies(all this with the highs knob on the amp at 11 o'clock.
Any thoughts on this?
11/12/2016 3:56 PM
Aronteo wrote:OK - thanks dude! Shame that you did not make the video with the JM Sig combo. Did you get the chance to try the combo?
11/24/2016 11:09 AM
Guys, i just found this picture.. don't know if it's posted here before (my apologizes when it is), but to me it seems that these are the pedals used for the 2007 tour. We all know the famous gear pics from that Japanese magazine, that were pics of the 2008 tour, with two TS10's. On this picture you can see a ts808 and a bd2 (like he also used with the trio tour, but also a BB1.
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