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Caught this on YouTube last night and thought it was a great reboot of an old Smith's tune he co-wrote. While the guitar arrangement is a little different, it kicks all kinds of butt and shows Marr's strengths (atmospheric layering, colouring, etc).

He does a great job copping Morrissey's vocal inflections on this number and even finishes with a cool bit...

 

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Great live performance. I love how he's using a Boss GT-100 multi effects unit right into his Fender amps and sounds fantastic.
 

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Guitarists like Marr, the Edge, Summers, Honeyman-Scott, Sumner and Stevens helped me cope with and ultimately survive the synth-dominated New Wave era.
 

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Great live performance. I love how he's using a Boss GT-100 multi effects unit right into his Fender amps and sounds fantastic.
A few other things on the ground- looks like a TU2 and his ever present Diamond Compressor. Also, there's something on the other side of the mic stand to his left- looks kind of like a TC Helicon Voicelive Play or some other multieffect...
 

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A few other things on the ground- looks like a TU2 and his ever present Diamond Compressor. Also, there's something on the other side of the mic stand to his left- looks kind of like a TC Helicon Voicelive Play or some other multieffect...
That's exactly what it is.
 

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Good eye. I've seen those pedals on his other board too. This was also quite an endorsement for Boss also, although I think he could play through literally anything and still pump out great sounds and maintain his sound.
 
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