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  1. yes, it's annoying...I saw nels cline with BB&C last week in Brooklyn and the audience was dead-silent, which was a nice change
  2. http://www.livestream.com/iridiumlive
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0YEjOdq4wE Neal Casal record release event for the new album "Sweeten the Distance" (HD version) Rockwood Music Hall, New York City 4/11/12 Neal Casal - guitar, vocals, songs Jon Graboff - pedal steel, guitar Jeff Hill - bass John Ginty - wurlitzer organ Dan Fadel - drums Gary Waldman - management & equipment White Fence Round House Feathers For Bakersfield Hereby the Sea So Far Astray Sweeten the Distance The Gyrls of Wynter (studio) http://www.nealcasal.com http://www.theroyalpotatofamily.com filmed and edited by john aka dubstar
  4. that's what it looks like to me...
  5. does anyone make a mini-humbucker / mounting ring that would fit a sheraton II?
  6. "Don't know anything about this gal, but she comes across as a loser who wants desperately to be a winner." she's had a pretty long career so far... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Perry
  7. I want a Martin I'll stop my demands I'll even try to slow down my early farting If I can have a Martin guitar in my hands You know I'll kiss your feet for the rest of the week I know that you're thinkin' that I'm some kind of freak But I need a Martin like you need the air that you breathe.
  8. he's playing westbury and I am going...
  9. "..I was at this gig at St.Lukes in London...." that must have been great! "He must have paid a fortune for it in Japan." it was expensive, but he sold some other guitars when he made the decision I can't find the original files right now, so this is the best I have... J50 J50 J50 J50 J50 J50 J50
  10. "But how sure are you that his J-50 is in fact a '57? Could be any thing pre '68 really with that large guard, no??? or am I missing something...." I personally can't, but neal thinks it is a '57...purchased in Japan and the provenance is known...I've got a few photos I can post later "whats this taken from ?" avatar sessions...live in studio poromo for "easy tiger"...high quality audio circulates, but I've only seen the video clips on youtube (there are several more and they are all good)
  11. found this for you... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H_Rjh0BsUM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgDe-HZ9Mfg
  12. "those are some good tunes, but he needs to trim the strings at the tuners " I think he's got it under control (probably just a quick restring) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H66wBFQAqPU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW-_vOKxRfs
  13. martin days... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8LdKR8qWaU
  14. cool...here is laying it down live in the studio on the '69 SG...the jam > breakdown > jam is excellent http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYMi1ay5VpQ
  15. my man neal... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWiFTQNb-FY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88T7MNImfFI “Casal’s latest might well be his strongest so far. Memorable tunes and reflective lyrics, more worldly-wise than weary. These are substantial songs…” – MOJO The first line of the title track on Neal Casal‘s tenth studio effort Sweeten The Distance says much about where the storied singer, songwriter and guitarist finds himself in his career: “Nothing’s gonna stop you now, everything you want is coming in good time.” After 20 plus years of writing songs, recording albums and touring the world, there’s a confidence and patience present in his latest work that reveals an artist in full creative flight. Produced by Thom Monahan (Fruit Bats, Devendra Banhart, Vetiver), Sweeten The Distance is indeed a defining moment in Casal’s discography. Rich acoustic textures and sophisticated melodies of songs like “Bird With No Name,” “Need Shelter” and “Gyrls of Wynter” give way to a psyched-out ambience on “White Fence Round House” “Feathers for Bakersfield” and “How Quiet It Got.” The depth of the production, with its purposefully layered sounds and oceanic atmospherics, makes Sweeten The Distance as much a multi-dimensional headphone experience as a soul-stirring modern songwriter record. And as such, Casal emerges as an essential voice in the New Cosmic California movement. In addition to his critically acclaimed solo work, Neal Casal made a name for himself as the lead guitarist in Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, with whom he recorded four albums: Easy Tiger (which reached #7 on the Billboard chart), Follow the Lights, Cardinology and III/IV. Currently, he serves as a central component of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood with whom he contributes lead guitar and vocal harmonies. The band toured throughout 2011 and is working on their debut studio recording. Over the last year, Casal has also added guitar and vocals to Ryan Adams Ashes & Fire, Fruit Bats Tripper, The Jayhawks Mockingbird Time, Vetiver The Errant Charm and a forthcoming recording by Beachwood Sparks. Upcoming Shows April 5 | Tin Angel | Philadelphia, PA April 11 | Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 2) | New York, NY http://www.nealcasal.com
  16. also remember the post holes will be somewhat visible...
  17. here's some of it... http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/live/bob-weir-national-intimate-show-tri-studios-070757692.html
  18. what is the E/e action at the 12th fret, measured from top of fret to the bottom of the string?
  19. I am waiting for this for my gibson: http://forum.gibson.com/index.php?/topic/82978-vibramate-type-thing-for-lyremaestro-vibrato/ but only if it fits properly
  20. Bob Weir with the National streaming live from TRI Studios...sounds pretty good what looks to be a heaily modified vintage Jazzmaster is being played by one of the guitarists someone else is playing a sheraton (?) with frequensator... http://www.tristudios.com/freeplayer/watch/broadcast/44
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