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MantraSky

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Something strangely familiar with this one, but I can’t put a finger on it.
Nice work bro.

Cheers
To me it's kind of a throwback to Neo Classical (sort of) no influence from anyone....(arpeggio exercise, typical maj/min/diminished also altered augmented C+)
 
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Awesome work as always my friend.. seems that the right hand is doing nicely bro..

Cheers
Mitch
Thank you Mitch. Still a lot of discomfort & numbness that will likely never dissipate but I just push through in order to ever evolve/devolve lol.

Thanks, D
 

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Thank you Mitch. Still a lot of discomfort & numbness that will likely never dissipate but I just push through in order to ever evolve/devolve lol.

Thanks, D
Damn Max, thank you for the great words. I modded the amp. Plugged the Lester straight in.

Kind Regards, David

Glad too see the fingers movin-and-groovin. Am I taking a shot and guessing that those ebony necks are very therapeutic in helping you push through!
Excellent tones and guitar attitude.
 

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Glad too see the fingers movin-and-groovin. Am I taking a shot and guessing that those ebony necks are very therapeutic in helping you push through!
Excellent tones and guitar attitude.
Hello @junk notes

Thank you for the well wishes & humbling compliments. The board material playability or material never seemed to impact my playing but only the tone.

As far as the two Les Paul Customs I play, the 1980 (stock Tim Shaw pickups) is more of a fretless wonder than the 1989, which by the way I rewired completely to 50’s style with 498-T/490-R & 500k pots. It had the Bill Lawrence PCB pickups which now are bagged & tagged in storage. They were too microphonic for high gain applications.

David
 

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