AC/DC “Back in Black” (Studio)

14 Aug AC/DC “Back in Black” (Studio)

This video was shot in my former recording studio, Studio58a.

Guitar used here was my 1970 Gibson SG Standard played on a reissue Marshall head and cabinet, being a 1987XL Modified by David Bray and a 1960B cabinet with reissue (at the time) G12Ms.

Fil "SoloDallas" Olivieri

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    Posted at 15:09h, 07 September

    Just a question ; do you mute the thickest (6th if i recall, i don’t keep remembering notes and numbers 🙁 . ) string when you swich from the E to the next chord in the pattern, or do you let it ring still when you are going for the chord after the E or am i’am wrong here?

    Tried to listen to and try it out myself, but i’am not sure whetever or not the 6th string is muted or not, i tried both plugged and unplugged but to me, it sounds( i might hear wrong though) like it’s muted in some way, but i’am not sure :/

    Do You mute it Fil? Right after 0:49 is what i refer to.

    Wonder how hard it would be to get both drummer, bassplayer and rythm player to try to cover the song in every detail, same instruments, same drums, same sense of detail, same amps and play the song Exactly or very close to the studio version, if ”just” the Solo part is ”hard”, imagine how hard it is to make every peice of the engine to work together, precisly rythmic pattern, drums , bass and soloes exactly in time cordinated, i think the fact that AC/DC can play the music like they do and as good as they can, they deserve every bit of honour they can get. They might play ”simple” , but they do it so great that it still makes it so fucking (sorry) great, the timing, the sense of detail they put in the songs, how they record, the drumming technique, the soloing parts and how he basicly never misses a single note, it’s no wonder they are the best rock’n’roll band ever 🙂

    Amazing Cover once again, really great cover there!

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    Posted at 18:48h, 15 August

    Great cover there 🙂

    Hmmm, did Angus use an 70´ SG on the studio record of Back in Black, and what year model did he use on the Bon Scott era albums?

    Great cover!

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      Posted at 15:02h, 16 August

      VERY hard to say exactly what guitar ANgus used on the whole Album. I think he used more than one, as usual. We know for sure that he had bought another SG – a ’69 – in ’79, prior to making Highway to Hell, and that he recorded Highway to Hell with such new guitar (he states this personally, I will publish that article). It is rational to conclude that BiB might have been done with his first SG, the ’69 “new one” and maybe some other ones, as money started flowing in for them at that moment with sales of HtH. Still, this is exactly the first question I would ask Angus if I had a chance: “What SG(s) exactly did you record BiB with?”. SO keep that question active, who knows…

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    Posted at 18:16h, 14 August

    Very nice sound and preformance

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