Here’s my farewell video of my lovely Vintage V6 Reissued Stratocaster electric guitar! Just sold it and wanted to do a video before I deliver it to the new owner. A week before I sold this, I was in Frankfurt for Musikmesse 2018 and met many great people in musical instruments industry.
I got my free stuff there too! In this video, I have restrung my Vintage V6 Strat with La Bella Blues Bender B1150 strings and used Shnoor IC124 JMEJME 3M guitar cable, RME Babyface PRO, Peavey Revalver 4, Mokafix Audio Cream Tube, TLs Saturated Driver. I obtained these strings and cable during Frankfurt Musikmesse 2018 and wanted to give it a try!
This piece of music is an improvisational melody, nothing serious. However, it clearly shows my post Musikmesse syndrome 🙂
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Here’s an attempt to play Levent Yüksel’s Med Cezir on a fretless electric guitar. I spent some time figuring out the chords on my Keith McMillen QuNexus which was very challenging since I don’t know how to play the keys!
Levent Yüksel’s Med Cezir album was one of the most respected Turkish pop albums and many people still think it’s timeless!
Hey there, here’s a quick comparison video for three different types and brands of guitar strings on a fretless electric guitar.
Before you watch the video and see for yourself, here are some words;
I have tried Elixir 12102 Nanoweb Coated,La Bella Jazz Tapes 800-R Black Nylon Wound and Thomastik Infeld Jazz Swing JS111 Flat Wound models on a single day and come up with this video! To be honest, Elixir was used much longer than the other two. I just recorded a sample then restrung my guitar twice more. La Bella Jazz Tapes was clearly my least favourite one as the nylon wound strings did not feel as much OK as the plain strings of the same set. It was much more difficult to achieve slides. Thomastik Infeld one was the best I guess! It was way more balanced and focused than the other two. But I would still go for Elixir if I didn’t have another choice!
By the way, it’s been ages since I played something so please bear with me sounding a bit unconfident 🙂
Here’s a very laid back test drive of AMT P2. You have two analogue amp simulations. When the switch is off, you have Fender-like clean tones. When engaged you have whichever AMT series you have picked up. In this case, you have Peavey 5150 kind of tones.