More than likely still the greatest lead tone ever, so let's hear it again...
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    More than likely still the greatest lead tone ever, so let's hear it again...



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    Hell yes. I love that 80s sound..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scole View Post
    Hell yes. I love that 80s sound..

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    I'm reasonably sure that George composes his leads the same way that I do. Do 9 billion takes, pick the coolest one, go back and learn it later.

    The main difference being that George gets a lot more cool takes than I do, but the takeaway here is that I am basically George Lynch.

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    Also, SFM at 7:00:

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    My tone sounds less like George Lynch and more like George Takei
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    I came in here expecting to tell you that you're wrong, but actually I can't - Lynch is at least short list, for sure.
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