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  • Obsessive Compulsive
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    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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  • Obsessive Compulsive
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    First take, full improv.

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  • NecroPolo
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    Angus Young. He is the most moving solo guitarist, just like ever. He ran a Marathon range during every show.

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  • Masta' C
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    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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  • Erlend_G
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    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

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  • ErikH
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    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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  • jeremy
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    peter greens lp, the screws are just sunk down below the level of the cover, maybe flush with the top of the bobbin.

    roy wrote the song, the version i know best is from his '72 album

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  • Gtrjunior
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    I must have listened to this a dozen times now. Thanks for posting this. Thatís amazing. I had heard it before but never knew the name of it. And I had never heard Roy Buchannonís version.


    Did anybody else notice that his (Mooreís) neck pickup is installed backwards and that it looks like all of the screws have been removed?
    Whatís that all about?

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  • ArtieToo
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    Originally posted by Erlend_G View Post
    "The Messiah will come Again" by Roy Buchanan...

    That man really knew how to play guitar :/... such a sad story about his life and death aswell.
    Interesting. I only knew this song through Gary Moore. Same hot licks. Same sad ending. Why do the good die young?



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  • playas
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    Bob Marley and the Wailers - No Woman No Cry

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  • playas
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    Here are a few that come to mind.

    Alan Parsons Project - Old and Wise
    Thin Lizzy - Parisienne Walkways
    Fleetwood Mac The Chain
    Thin Lizzy - The Sun Goes Down
    Chris Rea - Nothing to Fear
    Paul McCartney - No More Lonely Nights
    Mike Oldfield - Moonlight Shadow
    Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2
    Iron Maiden - Strange World

    To me all fit in beautifully with (or make the) song.

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  • Gtrjunior
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    Originally posted by ErikH View Post
    I gotta say Mr. Crowley, House of Broken Love, Faithfully, Still Got The Blues.
    I always liked Mark Kendallís style. Very melodic. He deserved more recognition than he got.

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  • ErikH
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    I gotta say Mr. Crowley, House of Broken Love, Faithfully, Still Got The Blues.

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  • Lewguitar
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    Originally posted by jeremy View Post


    random ttb clip but the solo is great
    There ya go. Good a choice as any. I like this version too:
    Last edited by Lewguitar; 08-11-2020, 02:13 PM.

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  • jeremy
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    random ttb clip but the solo is great

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