Be Brutal if needed !!!
Craig, if I say it's good, do I still have to fight you to get ahead of you in line at the factory next September?
Nice playing Craig! Thats my favorite VH song.
I think your tone is spot on for that song! Sounds great!
Your tone sounds great, but your singer isn't as pretty as I remember.
Thanks Gang ( The singer in the video is my former keyboard player he is a load but its funny to watch )
Dave, I think I am and heres why
In this video I am using the Bogner Red Ecstacy Pedal through the clean channel of a Shiva I was just messing around with it and thought it sounded good so I played a few songs with it so Ive found a perfect back up in case The Shiva fails !
You nailed it....that's the good news lol
Bad news...the singer, if he took it down a notch then may have worked out better for him.
Tone sounds good. Cutting well through the mix.
Guitar sounds great.If i have to be brutally honest i kinda see DLR singing it in my head.
Screw down tremolo to body,replace saddle height screws with longer ones and block the tremolo with woodblocks or a tremol-no and voila you have the swede71 mod
Sounded pretty good tonally...singer not so much
You've got a tone very close to the one King Edward had on the Live Without A Net concert... Nicely done Craig!!!
"I'm a sinner and I hope I never change"
Sounds good but to my ear there is too much gain and not enough mids. I find that most guitar players (myself included) tend to use too much gain when playing Van Halen. His tone is not as distorted as everyone seems to think. It's a fairly bright sound but still has plenty of lower mids to give it some heft. Those Bogner pedals have the ability to sing with a lot less gain than you think - particularly with something as good as the Shiva clean channel as a base.
You're never too old for tater tots.