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setlist ran pretty similar to last fall’s Greek show. somebody’s roughed one up in the comment sections here; however, take it with a grain of salt because he definitely opened with “Love’s in need of love today” and touched “As” for about 45 seconds near the end of the show before pulling out of it and switching gears completely, probably realizing he didn’t have the 45 minutes he would’ve wanted to play that one
truly amazing pics.
and enough with the geeky gear talk. how about a playlist??
Indeed, the younger Braxton’s left-hand technique is quite fearsome. One wonders if James “Blood” Ulmer or Vernon Reid was part of his father’s circle.
re: jazzmaster clone for battles (6) – you just gotta let that guy play whatever the hell works best for him and trust him. Look at that finger posture!
(7) – thanks sung
Ryan, these are some hot photos. So extremely opposite of craptastic.
Speaking of Fender knockoffs…
Is this a Jazzmaster clone or what? The hot humbuckers and bridge are obviously not Fender and the headstock sig is off. Pretty sharp axe nonetheless.
I got nothin’.
But hey, it’s not like there aren’t dozens of boutique-Fender builders out there. One more to add to the list!
Pretty sure that’s a Mike Lull.
Look at us gear geeks.
re: fender active jazz, similar, but the head’s different. Had a signature I couldn’t make out.
Good stuff, R.
I’ll kick off the Bass Chat: Is that a 5-string Fender active Jazz model his man is working? Sweet.