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  • #31
    Yeah, looks like the screws are sunk below the cover. I've flipped neck pickups around like that and the tone got a little snappier with the screw poles facing the bridge. I have the Screamin' Demon like that now in one of my guitars (yes, in the neck spot).

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    • #32
      Originally posted by ArtieToo View Post

      Interesting. I only knew this song through Gary Moore. Same hot licks. Same sad ending. Why do the good die young?


      I don't know Artie.

      My best friend Simon was murdered at 21. :/

      ...

      I think Roy Buchanan (the original composer) 's verision is the best. He always played a Tele...
      and it really takes a MAN to play a Tele!

      I'm glad you got to hear it.

      rock on mate \m/

      -Erlend
      If somethings important- send a PM. I might be offline for long periods. Rock on!!!

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      • #33
        Not a whole song, but I've always thought the impromptu solo in the first minute of this Steve Lukather "Transition" pickups promo video from DiMarzio was always really moving and expressive:

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        • #34
          Angus Young. He is the most moving solo guitarist, just like ever. He ran a Marathon range during every show.
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          • #35
            First take, full improv.

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            • #36
              This was the solo that cemented my intention to get a Floyd...lol...Yeah Living Colour was and still the most politically incorrect rock band.

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