>time! He played a Rick, but I don’t remember what amp he used. They >remastered that album a few years back with extra songs…..it still sounds >great! > Great guitar playing too! > Aloha, Jerry
Yeah, my bro caught that tour & said it was a mindbender too. It’s a Rick alright, but ampwise, no light from my side either…. You know, I love all those bass tones from that 70’s period & nowadays people are killing themselves for those sounds thru all the latest state of the art gear. I know Jaco always said it was in the hands & it’s true, those guys just got on with the job & created the vibe & sound no matter what setup or circumstance. Nice to know PJ lives on in the group by the way, last I heard, he was doing a low key (storming) residency somewhere in Canada…. Love his playing….. Best… jazzi
now there’s a real rhythm section eh….? (sneaky in ‘n’ out lines……) check it out…..
Funny coincidence – I was watching an Alice Cooper live show on video a couple of nights ago during his "Welcome To My Nightmare" period (mid ’70’s?) with Prakash John in the band. He did a nice little solo during the band intros at the end. Anybody know what rig he was using during this period? He was playing a blonde Rickenbacker and getting a good grinding tone (although the audio on the vid was a bit lo-fi) but I couldn’t make out what amp(s) he was using. Gupta
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time! He played a Rick, but I don’t remember what amp he used. They remastered that album a few years back with extra songs…..it still sounds great! Great guitar playing too! Aloha, Jerry