#1
After the piano part, the strat comes in, who plays that part?

Who plays the humbucker 2nd solo after that?

Ed King or Gaines?
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#6
Gaines wasn't on second helping so it must have been Anusfan.
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#7
pretty sure Ed King played a strat. If that helps
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#14
whichever one played a strat
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#15
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angusfan played the solo but I actually wrote it.


I taught Chris how to play in a cottage in the woods, so I influenced it.
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I was a downtown cop that was working on a racketeering case. guitarist5477's parents were working as undercover operatives. They infiltrated the crime mob's ranks by pretending to be interested in opening an olive oil business to launder the gang's money.

On the night of July 4th, 1989 in my brashness I sent them an urgent letter. This letter was never received. The boss caught wind of who they were; he tortured them brutally to death.

I thought nothing good might ever come from this matter. But life has a way of turning even the most horrible of missteps into something beautiful and delicate.

The emotional distress caused to their little boy gave him the inspiration to become the most emotive guitarist since Robert Johnson, and the greatest guitar teacher this side of Tom Hess.


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