#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELpmmeT69cE&feature=related


starts at 14 and 2:27 just amazing tone it's so dry and middy but I can't get it
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#3
ahh whatever. lol
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#4
I can safely say that I have no idea on what gear Trevor Rabin used on this song. sorry that I'm not much help to you.

Love the song, and the band. more love when the band used Steve Howe, of course, but Rabin definitely has talent.
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#5
yeah, Yes is amazing, Changes is my favorite song, but I like the tone in OOALH more


I love his tone though
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#6
Well, favorite of the 80s version of Yes, or favorite Yes song period?
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#7
I think it's probably my favorite Yes song period and I like 80s Yes personally, although I do like the song roundabout quite abit also
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#8
For that music, I would recommend...

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#9
dude, there is no need for that, I just asked a question if you have a serious answer you can post something if not Get out
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#10
I really gotta recommend some of the earlier albums, Close to the Edge and Fragile especially. Steve Howe, though a radically different style, is miles ahead the better guitarist in my mind.

And, dude, that really was uncalled for.
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#11
I'll check it out, thanks.
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When he finally gets one it'll probably be televised like the Berlin Wall coming down.
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