..oh it's true..it's DAMN true
Pretty decent playing by Vai and Satriani, but who's that Pirates of The Carribean escapee with the Fender?;-)Seriosuly, this is how it should be done. Keep some of the parts which makes it good, and add some of your own. So can people argue wether the added parts is for better or worse. For once I think I actually prefer the solo of Satrinia of the three. Although his guitar sound was a bit muffled, I think.
Satriani is the one with a guitar style which most closely resembles that of Hendrix, I guess.And I hate to say it, but this clip kind of highlights how weak Marshalls sound next to newer, more powerful amps like the Peavey XXX and the Carvin Legacy
Bet you are. You're a real Marshall fan, aren't you?;-)
...I actually used to love Marshall amps - like the JCM800 series, but the fact of the matter is that amplifier technology has moved on, especially through Mesa Boogie, Hughes&Kettner, Engl and Line 6. The Marshalls remain great for that classic sound, but standing side by side with more powerful amps, it just sounds weak.Yngwie's pickups probably don't help the matter either - I've got HS3's in my strat, and when played on with the exact same amp settings as the Jem or the Warlock, it's barely a whisper
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