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  posted on 1/5/2004 at 09:36 PM
Anyone...Bueller...Bueller...

 

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  posted on 1/5/2004 at 09:40 PM
To clarify, I'm looking for JP era shows. Sadly, I don't have any to offer.

 

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  posted on 1/5/2004 at 09:41 PM
jp?

 

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  posted on 1/6/2004 at 07:11 AM
JP = Jack Pearson

 

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  posted on 1/7/2004 at 12:56 AM
I've started collecting Jacks shows with the brothers. This guy is absolutely the best. His style of playing is effortless. I'm just sorry that I didn't get to see him with the brothers. Thank you tapers.
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  posted on 1/7/2004 at 07:12 PM
Jack is a great player and a nice guy. When he was with the brothers he and I emailed back and forth about guitars. I have a G&L Legasy, Jack plays the same. Told me about his setup and strings. He uses flatwounds,I never used them until he emailed me. I had a few Jack era shows that I think my son took with him to school, if I can find them I'll burn them for you....

 

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  posted on 1/8/2004 at 03:22 AM
If you find them PM me and let me know what you have.
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  posted on 1/8/2004 at 06:24 AM
When I was at the height of my jackoholic phase, I played flats too. They are pretty cool for that jack vibe, and they are dead handy for slide (no scrunchy noise when you put vibrato on the bottom strings). *but* they have one drawback... you can't do pick squeals, and pinch harmonics (zz top style) are really tricky. Not that that matters to Jack I imagine :-)
 

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  posted on 1/8/2004 at 07:45 PM
I found that the neck on my Legacy didnt really care for the flat wounds. What started as a little relief in the neck turned into a bow real quick. Only flats I could find were pretty heavy. My guitar guy did a nice job getting the neck right....Sal, If I can find them I'll contact you...Edge

 

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  posted on 1/15/2004 at 07:51 AM
Why can't you do pick squeals on flat-wound strings, Jules?

 

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  posted on 1/15/2004 at 08:32 PM
Flat wounds are just that flat...or smooth. No raised winding for lack of a better term. There is nothing to drag a pick across. Scrape a pick across your high"E" same sound you get with flats

 

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  posted on 1/16/2004 at 09:07 AM
Hi Marley - exactly as he said... drag your pick down a flat string and you don't get that sound. If you listen to Beating around the Bush off Highway to Hell by ACDC, there's a really good example of what I'm talking about, just at the end of the guitar solo before the vocals come back in. :-) wooooeeeee, it's a great song. Nothing to do with the abb though!

I use 9-46 guage strings on my G&L, and I found that 9-42 flats were almost identical tension. GHS are the only company that make flats that light, as far as I can tell. Boomers, they're the way to go. Seeya! Jules

 
 


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