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Pulling out the H525 for a spin


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A couple of weeks ago, I was in the basement piddling around with the H525 and one thing led to another.  It started with an alternating G13 to F13 pattern,  then a descending Dm, Dm(maj7) and Dm7, and off it went.    I stitched together a drum track, laid down a guitar and vocal and a bass track, but wasn't happy with the bass, so I redid it several days ago.   It's an oldie from Billy Holiday.

Hope you enjoy it.

God Bless The Child

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Thanks guys.

DB,  you've seen the 525 at PSP.    I stole if from LK years ago.  I'm sure he's glad that it's being used to play some of those fancy chords that he loves. 😁 

The amp was my DSL401 on the clean channel, mic'd with a Sennheiser 935.  

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2 hours ago, TalismanRich said:

Thanks guys.

DB,  you've seen the 525 at PSP.    I stole if from LK years ago.  I'm sure he's glad that it's being used to play some of those fancy chords that he loves. 😁 

The amp was my DSL401 on the clean channel, mic'd with a Sennheiser 935.  

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Ah yes!  Add that to Flame Top Friday if you haven't already!!!

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My, my...  Salute.  Nice pipes.

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Thanks guys.

Bolero, while Billie's version is great,  one of my favorites is by Eva Cassidy's.  She had such a lovely voice.  Of course,  Diana Ross did a killer version in Lady Sings The Blues.

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