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    L3 neck pickup in action!

    Hey guys! I bought L3 HH (to compliment my HSS L3 lol) and i love the Transition neck. Here is a short song, mostly played on Transition neck, hope you will like it!
    Used my Kemper and my JCM 800 (Friedman modded) profiles!

    Kemper profiling amplifier JCM 800 (Friedman modified) - YouTube

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    Sounds great!, awesome job!! Congrats on the HH !!
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    Great tone and playing, you can never have too many Lukes

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    Nice!!! that's a great neck pickup sound! How's your L3 set up? 09s? 10s? Floating bridge or decked? I'm always on the fence about that last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeller View Post
    Sounds great!, awesome job!! Congrats on the HH !!
    Tnx man!

    Quote Originally Posted by ErnieJohn View Post
    Great tone and playing, you can never have too many Lukes
    Thank You... Try telling that to my wife lol Just kidding, shes ok with my evergrowing Music Man collection...

    Quote Originally Posted by tbonesullivan View Post
    Nice!!! that's a great neck pickup sound! How's your L3 set up? 09s? 10s? Floating bridge or decked? I'm always on the fence about that last one.
    09s, decked like hardtail. I almost never use tremolo, and i "hardtailed" all my guitars with this type of bridge.

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    Super player as always Nikola!! Kill it, and congratulations on the new acquisition!! =D

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    Great sound and composition as always !!!! Really enjoy your playing!!

    What method do you use to hard tail your tremelo? I just used the brass Floyd Rose no tremelo on my main guitar and I like it a lot / makes muting chords effortless and strings keep from shifting out of tune

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    Tnx for the kind words! Actually only vintage style tremolo can be "hardtailed" without modification. I just tighten the springs to make the tremolo stick and sit on the wood of the guitar. I think that tremol-no is the best way to "hardtail" a floyd guitar.

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    Sounds nice...have you done the "backing track" yourself? If so, how did you do the drums?

    Cheers, Michael

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    Tnx Michael! Yup i have done it myself, used Superior drummer 2 (Metal machinery expansion). Great sounding drums and easy to use!

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    Thx for the info...will give them a try.
    Cheers, Michael

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