15th May 2024 09:14 - 2 months ago
Description : I added some drive on my tweed Fender Bronco amp and used the new Les Paul Jr. Man, that P 90 pickup has quite the bite, absolutely loving the tones this guitar has. The songs are in the guitars they say, I agree totally. Rock song towards the punk/alternative end of the dial. Another breakup song.

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Mosaic 4th Jun 2024 23:35 - 1 month ago
G'day my friend
Story line of the track something most of us have been through sadly...As always, my friend great work on guitar, so jealous I can't play a thing or sing, speaking of singing again nice vocals mate, work very nice with this track...great listen in the headset...fav'd...Peace n Respect my friend...mos...
AlanMcLarenProject 30th May 2024 19:40 - 1 month ago
Rock and roll :) cool track, I like this style of singing, very captivating :)
JohnSmokey 20th May 2024 21:02 - 1 month ago
Nice track! Nothing not to like here. Just some expression of the human condition.
theHumps replied 22nd May 2024 - 1 month ago
Thanks John for stopping by!

VintageNights 18th May 2024 12:20 - 2 months ago
I really like that style. In my mind the song was going even more wild & crazy with some stronger breaks and dynamics, back vocals and so on. Please keep up the good work :-) It was a pleasure to listen to.
theHumps replied 22nd May 2024 - 1 month ago
Thanks VN, appreciate the feedback!

Cyberflares 17th May 2024 08:04 - 2 months ago
Has a 60's flare to it love it the guitar rift reminds me in batman and wobin lol lyrics are good in the sound on your guitar i rekon before the new guitar you were trying to get that sound from your other guitar

Ace work man.
theHumps replied 22nd May 2024 - 1 month ago
None of my other guitars sound like this one. My Epiphone Riviera has 3 P 90's in it but those pickups are not any way comparable to the P 90 Pro pickup in the new Jr.


2Sisters 16th May 2024 22:01 - 2 months ago
Hello Wayne, genius is often found in simplicity!

theHumps replied 22nd May 2024 - 1 month ago
I agree!
2Sisters 16th May 2024 09:58 - 2 months ago
Hello, I almost missed a great song of yours! Once again fantastic old school rock with shiny guitars and impressive vocals. The guitar riffs are masterfully played, and the bass and drums complement them perfectly. Only the ending could have perhaps used a little more polish *smile*. A great song, like so many of yours.

Best regards, Manuela
theHumps replied 16th May 2024 - 2 months ago
Well the guitar riffs have probably been played by every guitarist who ever picked up a guitar and they are fantastically simple, embarrassing actually, lol. But that's all this needed, simple riffs and that gritty tone out of this Epiphone. I feel I ripped Gibson off by buying this at such a ridiculously low price. And Epiphone just came out with a $1300 series of gits using the Custom Shop electronics and hardware. They look like they are worth every penny.

I almost added some keys and some more guitar at certain points but like most times I ended up not. The ending...just wanted it to end i suppose, he.


Thanks Wayne
dimestop 15th May 2024 21:35 - 2 months ago
closer to punky rock, vocal is great Wayne really goes with the vibe, great bass and drum track, your always a good listen with your own individual style and brand mate, keep entertaining us with your stories
theHumps replied 16th May 2024 - 2 months ago
Yup, right there nearing punk.

Thanks Paul!

Danke 15th May 2024 20:21 - 2 months ago
I'm proud to be the first to write something about this fantastic song ... amazing dynamics, brutal groovy, cool voice, outstanding bass ... Wayne, hats off to you again ...
theHumps replied 16th May 2024 - 2 months ago
Thanks Danke!

I could have never written this song using my Strat or my Les Paul, this git has that tone for the attitude it needs. I go to this Gibson site and love "The Collection" series. Peter Frampton is the latest interview. He says the same thing about each guitar he owns, they all have their own sound and character for the particular song he wants to write. The Noel Gallagher interview in the "Icons" series is epic, lol.



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