First of all, I’d like to introduce myself since this is my first post here on solodallas.com as a contributor.
My name is Adam, I’m 18, and I’m a huge classic rock fan and player from Hungary. I’ve been playing for quite a few years now, and I plan to do this for a living. My all-time favorite is (of course) AC/DC, but I also like lots of other classic rock bands/guys such as Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Guns n’ Roses, Free, The Who, Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix etc. I could go on for about a page more, but let’s get to the interesting part, shall we?
Today, I recorded a quick sketch of the rhythm part of Love Hungry Man. I’m really into getting the HWTH (album) tone, and this was my first attempt (the beginning of a journey, if you like 😀 )
When Fil heard it, he told me right away that I must post it 😛 So here it is guys:
NOW I’m starting to have fun.
This video is the second one of the “debunking” series with the Schaffer-Vega Diversity.
As with the previous one, “Back in Black”, I intend to cover quite a few songs with the exact same equipment they used back then, or the closest approximation I have available.
I used the Schaffer-Vega here only on the solo – which is my own thingnote – as I believe was on most albums since 1978 onward. I love the SVDS: did you know? (more…)
For Your Information, Enjoyment and Learning.
Frank Marino Live, with Schaffer-Vega Diversity.
And here we have another Frank Marino Vid, Transmitter visible after 3:30: