Mini Silver Jubilee Clip Thread Only

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  1. Michael Roe

    Michael Roe Well-Known Member

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    I know there is a DSL clip thread so, Here is a mini jube one.
    Here is a clip of me doing what we ( old band of mine in the late 90's) called the "Spanking the Monkey" riff. Was intended to be used as a bridge in a song but never made it....maybe that was a good thing :)
    A palm muted-hammer on/pull off riffage that sounds kind of weird if you get the timing just right. Also, this shows why I always thought the jubilee can make a good metal amp.
    Enjoy or not :)

     

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    That was cool Michael!
    Thanks for sharing it!
    You are right timing is of the essence in that clip, but would be as heavy as hell!
    Cheers Mitch
     
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    Mitchell Pearrow Well-Known Member

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    I don’t own a Jube but if I did
    I would pollute your thread!
    Cheers Mitch
     
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    Michael Roe Well-Known Member

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    It sounds really cool with a bass playing along. My brother who is a bass player can do it. We use to mess with drummers and throw that riff in to mess with their heads. Their reaction was always the same: WTF was that!
     
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    Michael Roe Well-Known Member

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    Get one!!!
     
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    No can do right now! I have just recently purchased a 2019 Traditional, and my second origin 50H, so no new toys for some time now!!
    Cheers Mitch
     
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    Crazy good looking guitar, looking for one myself.

    Love it, congrats
     
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    Ahh, beautiful!
    What pups are in that one?
     
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    Thanks brother, I for one loved the 2018 so much that I couldn’t walk away or wait till October, and I got it cheaper than the 2018 !
     
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    Same as the 2018 burst buckers
     
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    Thanks Michael it had to take the place of my epi, that I had sold, and at 2,000$ I couldn’t pass it up
     
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    Michael Roe Well-Known Member

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    I agree, the Traditional is one phenomenal sounding guitar. Definitely my favorite one I own.
     
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    Yes, that's a good deal indeed!
    I thought about selling my Epi also, but just can't get myself to do it. It's not a traditional but it just has it's own thing going.
     
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    The last pic I put up is my Korean epi that I sold, sad to say I wish I hadn’t sold it it was the only one I made no changes too
     
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    Sounds terrific Michael!! Cool thread too!
     
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    Michael Roe Well-Known Member

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    I had to get rid of this one that I liked
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    added some cash to get this one which I like even better.
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    A year ago I was really liking my PRS S2 guitars but after getting some LPs, they don't get played much anymore. It's like they just sound boring compared to a Gibson.
     
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    That LP is beautiful!!
     
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    I did this with Garage Band. Robot drums. My Mini Silver Jube through a 1936 2x12 and a clone 2x12 Marshall cab, mic'd.
    Just screwing around, but the Marshall tone is wonderful. It might make a good metal amp, but good old Rock n Roll Boogie Woogie works very well, too. [​IMG]
     
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