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A 2008 cover of Texas Flood to show off the Fender Blues Junior amp.
Shortly after purchasing my Blues Junior in Dec. of 2007, I recorded a demo of my rig at the time to a backing track for the song Texas Flood. While my playing was sloppy (as it always is when I'm out of shape), the tone was quite nice. :-)
I bought this guitar used in Austin Texas a few years ago and it opened my eyes to what a well built guitar can do for your playing. The guitar feels much more solid than my strat (mexican) and the tone is just incredible. The swamp ash body gives it a very light feel and a midrange dip in the tone. The brazilian rosewood fretboard is much brighter than indian rosewood. And the Lindy Fralin pickups just scream.
I recorded the video of me playing with a JVC miniDV camcorder. I then imported the footage into iMovie '08. I then imported the audio file I had created in GarageBand and synced it up with the video. iMovie '08 make it easy to add professional looking titles to your videos very quickly. I then exported the video as a quicktime movie.
Here's a list of the gear used in this video. Click on any piece of gear to see more details about it in the Gear Index.
These pictures show the settings of the other gear used in this video.