Hey everybody - Since playing is slowing down here I have been trying to catch up and organize. I found some video from Little Switzerland. Just follow the links. They are password protected. The password is Bose-L1
Hope you all enjoy them and they bring back some good memories. I am sorry but I don't know the names of the two guy's that came from Japan. Roy
Video 1 Tres
Does this help with the names?
* Hideki-at-Bose Hideki Yajima (Bose Japan)
* Hiroki-at-Bose Hiroki Nagatani (Bose Japan)
* Kensuke-at-Bose Kensuke Yamamoto (Bose Japan)
PS - if you remove the trailing blanks (space immediately after the number) in the URLs in the links above - the links should display correctly.
Thanks ST. No man it doesn't help. I can't remember who is who. Thanks for trying. Fixed the links. I was wondering what was wrong with the links. You the man. It finally got cold here. We got down to the 30's. I know that's bathing suit weather for you guy's up north, but here is let's close it down and go home weather. Thanks Again - Roy
Thanks for posting those videos. I just got back from watching them.
Really glad I did.
I can make out that folks were playing a nice Taylor. Does anybody know the model? Was it using the ES pickup system?
Any interesting notes about the setup?
Yes, the guys from Japan are playing my Taylor. It's a Grand Symphony model, rosewood/spruce version (they come in four wood configurations), and I ordered it with the ES system installed.
It's a pretty good sounding system, except for a bit of nasally tone, which is eliminated when using the Taylor preset on the T1, which I was. I think it was the flatpick or dreadnaught preset, don't remember.
PS: the only other "setup" notes would be that my T1 preset had an extremely narrow freq notched out where my particular guitar tends to resonate. Perhaps some 'verb, I don't recall.
The Taylor tone controls were set at about 1 o'clock on treble and bass (12 is flat).
Pretty much a set and forget thing...you know, typical Bose?
Ohhhh, so nice!!! Glad you found that video, Roy! Memories of LS have taken over in my head now....I'm not getting much accomplished here at work after viewing them!
Hey Everybody -Glad you all enjoyed this. My one regret is I turned the camera off before Tres 3rd song. He did Won't Get Fooled Agian by The Who. He said he did it because he knew I was a Who fan. Since he only had 3 songs to do I appreciated him thinking of me. It was great. It really showded how one of the all time great arena rock songs can be stripped down to a great acoustic performance. Anyway I have my memories.....Pete the woman in the video is Lee Sanchez she is Martha's BFF. She does have an amazing voice. She is third wheel in "The Circuit Breakers". Thanks Roy
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