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Hey folks!

Was relaxing a bit this evening and noodling around on my Danocaster Esquire. I decided to plug in my KTR and go for an inspired jam. Running into a custom Deluxe Reverb/Matchless DC30 patch on my Axe FX II. The standard is "Misty" which I was inspired to try after hearing Roy Buchanan play it in the PBS doc bearing his name. Hope y'all dig!

https://soundcloud.com/https%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fkingloudness%2Fmistyjam
Here's her picture, with a dear friend for good measure. ;)



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I dig.
 
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I like!
Almost made me want to push my coffee aside and grab a snifter of brandy.
 

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Never took you as being "as helpless, as a kitten, up a tree…"
Nice work bud.


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That seems to me like there's a slide in there. I love your phrasing. First class.
No, but I do absolutely adore the sounds of slide and steel guitar, which I tried my best to emulate here on my regularly tuned guitar. The action is fairly low so it is easy to slide across the strings.

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Awesome - great touch!!!

Do you have the Budz pup in the Dano?
 

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Yes, sir. I was told it's the "Danocaster" specific wind model that he does; it's flawless in this guitar and I have no plans to do anything to change that fact.

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David makes my favourite pickups - and he's damned good people. Congrats.
 
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