Paperback Writer

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  1. TNT

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    Amen!
     
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    Thanks ess for the music. I picked up Powerage at the store this a.m. Great tone from the start. Is that a black standard he has in the insert? I figure I can pull off one every week or two for a bit. Thanks for the advice.
     
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    no probs!





    T :lol: its coming! heheh
     
  4. jigman

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    As for paperback writer: It was played entirely by Paul McCartney, not George Harrison.
    What type of guitar it was I'm not sure but wouldn't be surprised if it was an epi or a gibson. I will confirm and answer later. As for ac/dc the best PURE rock band that ever boasted to have balls. Though I love almost everything they ever did, my favorite tune is "Ride On". You need to go buy "BONFIRE" CD. I listen to the solo over and over again on :ride on" it just drips with soul. the gut & emotion is literally oozing out of the SG with the viscosity of thick, gritty gutty, greasy anger, frustration, testosterone and taste & mahogany/Marshall attitude.
     
  5. Ian Anderson

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    Ride on is great! I love that slow smokey tone they are getting there. THe volume cut back a bit you can really hear the guitars and amps!

    I have a '67 tube rectified JMP 50 Super Pa I am thinking of having converted to KT66 to get that sound, not that it doesn't already but that should bring it right there!

    To be honest I was really suprised to hear P.W. was played with an SG I always thought it sounded like some oddball hollow body guit. THen again a good SG almost sounds like a hollow body.
     
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    The JTM 45 plexi w/Kt66's seems too do angus spot on...it's a very blusey sound where the 50 watt plexi is hard rock city and every old tone you've ever heard on record as a kid! Er , unless your a kid already... :lol:
     
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    the end of the seril number on harrisons SG is 666 thats fucken kick ass
     
  9. Ian Anderson

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    Pretty much. Rock and Roll keeps ya young!
    My 1st brand new ACDC album I recall the big hoopla about it's pending release and I bought it on the first day was For those About to Rock. I can still recall seeing it right next to Rush's Moving pictures on the rack at Target. I was 11 :twisted:
     

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