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Old 12-01-2020, 01:44 PM   #47 (permalink)
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Well done as ever, Plankton.
Thankyou ribbons.

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Nice to hear the reprise of "Carol of the Bells" - love your tone on that especially (you never use a pick, correct?).
I use picks about 90% of the time and have somewhat of a hybrid style these days but I did use one for that. I went through a period when I was gigging a lot where I ditched using them, but that was quite a few years ago. The tone you're hearing is from my PRS neck pickup and a light gain on my Vox Tonelab ST with some Boss DD3 delay. That Vox unit has an onboard tube that gets some really buttery tones.

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"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" is beautiful too - the recording of John at the beginning is a nice tribute. I got a bit choked up at the chorus!
That bit on HX was from this recording:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7UXAkN9bGA

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I got a bit choked up at the chorus!
Aww, I guess adding those bells to accent the chord punches worked better then I expected. I did too after it was all said and done and I sat and let it flow.

I really do appreciate the listen and comments. A lot of things go unnoticed these days.

Thanks again!
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