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    I'm not sure that I share with you these two nice videos shoot by the BAX a video platform dedicated to the promotion of regional artists

    First clip is "Got a Girl" one of my original composition played in what I called "Mississippi tuning". The second clip is a cover of Lucky Peterson called "Good Thing". I play my two telecasters my NAsh TL-72 Custom Thinline in open tuning for the first one and my original Thinline Custom Telecaster. Don't forget to select HD and Enjoy !



    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

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    Wow that sounds killer! Great tone, great playing and video looks great! What amp and pedals where you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Wow that sounds killer! Great tone, great playing and video looks great! What amp and pedals where you using?
    Thanks a lot Robert i greatly appreciate your comments ! As for the amp it is a Fender Tweed Vibrolux (a 5F11 build) clone assembled by a friend of mine in Limoges (France). As for the effect a little slapback with a TC electronic Flashback Delay stompbox, a clone of TS808 (done by the same builder than my amp) and that's all
    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

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    Fender 1978 Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, American Vintage 57 Reissue Strat, Telecaster Esquire MIJ, Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941 National Tricone (Baritone neck)

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    Tweed Vibrolux Custom Denis Manlay, Fender Deluxe Reverb Silverface (1976)

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    Wow! I'm blown away, Jipes! Playing and tone are both very tasty. The recording quality is off the charts.

    Makes me wish I was a better guitarist. As it is, about the only thing we have in common is that our beards are graying in a similar way
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    That's a 10 watt amp is it? Sounds sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnold View Post
    Wow! I'm blown away, Jipes! Playing and tone are both very tasty. The recording quality is off the charts.

    Makes me wish I was a better guitarist. As it is, about the only thing we have in common is that our beards are graying in a similar way
    Thanks a lot Marnold I'm just a persistent player I guess years have done their job training my ears. As for recording the video was captured live in one take but we recorded everything with separate tracks. As for the bear you damn right it's almost like a white father Christmas now
    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    That's a 10 watt amp is it? Sounds sweet.
    Yes it is but it can be quite loud I never had to use my Deluxe Reverb since I have this little gem
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    Awesome Jipes! What everyone said above +1! Nice to see you all in action having listened to your CD.

    BTW: Q: how can you tell a French blues band?

    A: The bass player wears a beret...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjcurtin1 View Post
    Awesome Jipes! What everyone said above +1! Nice to see you all in action having listened to your CD.

    BTW: Q: how can you tell a French blues band?

    A: The bass player wears a beret...

    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

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    Very good stuff! Exceptional quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjcurtin1 View Post
    A: The bass player wears a beret...
    Is it the kind you find in a second hand store?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnold View Post
    Is it the kind you find in a second hand store?
    Hmmm... wrong color...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimi75 View Post
    Very good stuff! Exceptional quality.
    Thanks a lot Jimi it was fun to record
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    Quality playing and fantastic looking videos, Jipes. Very impressive to say the least. I really enjoyed watching these. Love your rig! To be honest, just listening to this with eyes closed reminds me of tuning in and listening to Austin City Limits. If you have more of these I'd love to watch 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stingx View Post
    Quality playing and fantastic looking videos, Jipes. Very impressive to say the least. I really enjoyed watching these. Love your rig! To be honest, just listening to this with eyes closed reminds me of tuning in and listening to Austin City Limits. If you have more of these I'd love to watch 'em.
    Thanks a lot stingx for your nice comments ! As for the videos they have been recorded by my friend Xavier mainly with Nikon cameras. he did many great videos on his video blog http:www.lebax.fr

    If you want to see more of my band just stroll my Youtube channel I have plenty videos there
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0F...5rx6EPo2ZR8egA
    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

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    Jipes...........very tasteful playing. You sound great. What exactly is Mississippi tuning, low to high?

    Nothing quite beats a low wattage tube amp because you can get those tubes to "really cook".

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    Quote Originally Posted by piebaldpython View Post
    Jipes...........very tasteful playing. You sound great. What exactly is Mississippi tuning, low to high?

    Nothing quite beats a low wattage tube amp because you can get those tubes to "really cook".
    Thanks a lot I appreciate ! Hé hé no one was asking the question about the tuning I was surprised So from Low to High DADADD and it's variation in G DGDGDD the fun effect is due to the double DD on the high end and best effect obtained if you're not perfectly tune (chorus effect).

    As for my amp I usually use it around 4,5 to 5 and that really start to crunch if you attack the strings hard
    Don't Give Up our brand new album to celebrate the 20th Jubille of our band MOJO.

    Guitars:
    Fender 1978 Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, American Vintage 57 Reissue Strat, Telecaster Esquire MIJ, Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941 National Tricone (Baritone neck)

    Amps:
    Tweed Vibrolux Custom Denis Manlay, Fender Deluxe Reverb Silverface (1976)

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