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Well man this track is just a great one, hope you do not mind that I used it for this one??
Here is a more melodic thing that I did over it, the other one was kinda strange because I was ill when I recorded the jam thing..lol
 

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The new guitar guitar is sounding awesome Rid, this one has a real Eric Johnson feel both in the playing, and especially in the tone.
 

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very enjoyable rid. Cool tone as ever mate :thumb:
 

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One of your best here, bro!!!:bowdown: Love the melodic stuff!!!:woot: I have a subscription to Vintage Guitar magazine and this month's issue did a review on your Plexitone and Delayla pedals...very good reviews!!!:icon_thum But, damn....those puppies are expensive!!!
 

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Scandinavian noise maker!
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Thanks guys:)
Expensive...that is a relative thing;)
Tonebones are more expensive than CM, Fulltone is überexpensive here, we are not that bad when it comes to it.hehe
Oh and some magasine gave my humble pedal a Guitarist Choice award, most funny experince really.
 

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Still downloading, but just want to clairify...the only backing tracks I created are in my part of the member backing tracks. There is only two so far though I am "working" on others and there is one on my soundclick I didn't post here because it is just too raw. I got most of the tracks I have been using in jams and such from guitarbt.com and another site that wishes to remain 'anonymous'. I don't know who made most of them, but afaict they are ok to use so...

So I don't mind what anyone does with these things as they are not mine. Even if they where I wouldn't mind.

Sounds good...
 
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