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 Post subject: Ricks at the Empire
 Post Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2005 2:22 am 
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Here are some links to pics taken of me jamming at the Empire Hotel in Sydney at a recent Blues Society gig just 2 days after getting my mapleglo 350V63 from the USA...

http://www.kezmusic.zoomshare.com/my_images/kezgig9.jpg

http://www.kezmusic.zoomshare.com/my_im ... z350v2.jpg

http://www.kezmusic.zoomshare.com/my_im ... z350v1.jpg

Love that 350V63!

In the main act there was a guy playing Bass with a 400? that has been knocked around and been modified with new scratchplate, pup and controls. Here is a look at it...

http://www.kezmusic.zoomshare.com/my_im ... kbass1.jpg

Anyone know what model it is, BTW he bought it for $120.00!

Cheers, Kez



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 Post subject: Re: Ricks at the Empire
 Post Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2005 12:36 pm 
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You really worked up a sweat, Kez!

Glad you're trotting your Ric out for some blues. They stand out sonically and visually.


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 Post subject: Re: Ricks at the Empire
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Nice shots, Kez.. you guys have any mp3's up anywhere?

btw, the bass player in that last pic looks like Brian Eno doing a John Entwistle impersonation (g)

Best, Tony


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 Post subject: Re: Ricks at the Empire
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 2:28 am 
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You really worked up a sweat, Kez!

Glad you're trotting your Ric out for some blues. They stand out sonically and visually.


If you are not working up a sweat on stage you are not getting into it!

The 350V63 sounds fantastic for blues, and can kick serious butt in the loud and ballsy rock department as well!

In fact it is so versatile in it's tone I am still discovering new sounds.

Cheers, Kez


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 Post subject: Re: Ricks at the Empire
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 2:33 am 
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Nice shots, Kez.. you guys have any mp3's up anywhere?

btw, the bass player in that last pic looks like Brian Eno doing a John Entwistle impersonation (g)

Best, Tony


At this stage I'm nearing the end of a writing process and have recorded a dozen originals on my Zoom digital 8 track (nice toy) when I get some more web space I will put up audio files for download.

BTW I just recorded an instrumental called 'Rickfever' using my two Ricks, pretty good even if I do say so myself. The 350 and 660 sound awesome together!

Cheers, Kez


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