Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by Bliggick, Feb 23, 2005.
welcome aboard dave!! enjoy our lil slice of cyberspace!!
I was mistaken on Jailbreak.
"What's Next to the Moon" from Powerage is what I was thinking of.
Great Maestro Dive Bomb at the end of the middle solo.
Welcome to ETSG Dave!
Powerage is my fave album of AC/DCs.Raw as hell!
Thanks for the welcome everybody. I'm not new here, I just don't get here very often.
I agree with you TNT, Powerage is my all time favorite AC/DC album. I got it when it was new and still listen to it to this day. Angus does some of his best lead work on this album.
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Sorry, couldn't resist!
yea Mahogany Rush's new album, Real Live! ,is great saw them in concert sum time in the late 70's...
Blue Oyster Cult’s Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser was noted, in the 70’s, for his white suit and white SG… He occasionally played a Les Paul also. He did use vibrato from time to time. On the rhythm part of the studio version of “Godzilla” (from the Spectres album) there’s a touch of trem during the verse and also on the same album, there’s also some on the rhythm part of the chorus of "I Love the Night". On the Secret Treaties album, there’s an “air raid siren” guitar effect although I’m not sure if that was done with a trem or not.
Here's a pic: http://www.vintageguitar.com/artists/details.asp?ID=118
Try to find a live recording of "foot of the mountain" by Paul Weller he uses the arm and feedback at times towards the end seen him do it live too very cool :)
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