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Thread: Luke III - My "Cliffs Of Dover" Cover

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    Luke III - My "Cliffs Of Dover" Cover

    Still loving my Music Man Luke III All Rosewood Neck guitar! This guitar can get any tone you would ever need and plays so great! Here's the "Cliffs Of Dover" cover I did below. Hope you guys like it.


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    Nice! One of my favorites. I like that Luke also. I'd like to find an oall rosewood necked HSS to go with my HH model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlbasscatcher View Post
    Nice! One of my favorites. I like that Luke also. I'd like to find an oall rosewood necked HSS to go with my HH model.
    Thanks! Yes, I love the All Rosewood Neck, and would love to have an HH like you have as well.

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    Great playing sir!!! L3 sounds incredible too!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeller View Post
    Great playing sir!!! L3 sounds incredible too!!!
    Thanks! Yes the LukeIII HSS can get pretty much any sound you want. For this song I used the 2nd pickup position (bridge/middle) like Eric used when recording the song. Looking at your long list of Music Man guitars you own makes me jealous.. lol That's simply awesome and one day I hope to have as many of them as you. I'm definitely a Music Man guitarist for life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JVinson View Post
    Thanks! Yes the LukeIII HSS can get pretty much any sound you want. For this song I used the 2nd pickup position (bridge/middle) like Eric used when recording the song. Looking at your long list of Music Man guitars you own makes me jealous.. lol That's simply awesome and one day I hope to have as many of them as you. I'm definitely a Music Man guitarist for life!
    I might swap you for your skills!!! Seriously speaking, you play very well. I bought my first EBMM just over 10 years ago (Jan 2007). I am at a time in my life when my kids are grown, college is paid for, and I play 55-65 shows a year so I can somewhat justify getting some nice gear.
    EBMM Axis Super Sport (Pacific Blue Burst)
    EBMM L3 HH (Olive Gold)
    EBMM L3 SSH Roasted (Bodhi Blue)
    EBMM Silo Special (Blue Dawn)
    EBMM Albert Lee SSS (Sky Blue)
    EBMM Majesty (Iced Crimson)
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    Might I ask, what are you using to record? Amp?
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    EBMM L3 SSH Roasted (Bodhi Blue)
    EBMM Silo Special (Blue Dawn)
    EBMM Albert Lee SSS (Sky Blue)
    EBMM Majesty (Iced Crimson)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeller View Post
    I might swap you for your skills!!! Seriously speaking, you play very well. I bought my first EBMM just over 10 years ago (Jan 2007). I am at a time in my life when my kids are grown, college is paid for, and I play 55-65 shows a year so I can somewhat justify getting some nice gear.
    Thanks again!! And yes, that's an awesome collection of guitars!! Which is your favorite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeller View Post
    Might I ask, what are you using to record? Amp?
    I've got a Mesa Boogie Mark V amp and cabinet that I use when playing gigs with my band, but for recording a video I just use Amplitube 4 which works great for that. It's really impressive how good of tone you can get out of it and it's just a lot easier to setup for something like this. Thanks again!!

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    Not bad, young man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kestrou View Post
    Not bad, young man!

    Kevin
    Thanks.. best I can do right now on just one take. I've seen a lot of people do video editing and who knows if they could actually play the song all the way through or not because they switch to different cameras edited.

    Thanks again for watching!

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    Good job, it's a tough song to get down, I've spent days and months on it. Your tone is great too. I must try it with my LukeIII too on the second position as you said, up to now I always grab my Strat Deluxe which approximates the tone pretty well too.
    - PDN Luke III Neptune Blue HH Roasted
    - PDN Luke III Neptune Blue HH Roasted/Rosewood.
    - JP6 Tangerine Pearl HH with Piezo
    - PDN Silhouette Special (Honeyburst, roasted maple neck, H-S-S)
    - Silhouette Special (H-S-S, Vintage Burst).
    - Silhouette copy with FR (home made)
    - Axis copy (home made)
    - PC-1 copy (home made)
    - JEM copy (home made)
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    - Delux Strat (H-S-S)
    - EVH Wolfgang Special
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    Great job....

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    Always loved Eric Johnson. Virtuosic without being too flashy, constant focus on musicality. Great job on the cover, love the Luke.

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