#1
In "The Beatles - Let it be" clip, George Harrison of blessed memory played on Fender Rosewood Telecaster, right?
I just want to know if he had effects there. If he did, what kind of? THX.
All i can tell is that guitar sounds amazing.

Thx.
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Last edited by Slash's Snakpit at Sep 24, 2007,
#2
Sorry for the double but someone knows?
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Last edited by Slash's Snakpit at Sep 24, 2007,
#3
I think that all that George had between his Rosewood tele and his Twin Reverb was the lead.
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#4
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I think that all that George had between his Rosewood tele and his Twin Reverb was the lead.


I didn't get it. What's your point?
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#5
His point is that there were likely no effects, and that the sound is simply the result of a great guitar, a great amp and a great guitarist.
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#6
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His point is that there were likely no effects, and that the sound is simply the result of a great guitar, a great amp and a great guitarist.


Exactly.
With lead I meant the cable.
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