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> Wes Hauch Playing Standards "sleepwalk"
Todd Simpson
post Mar 27 2015, 12:37 AM
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Here is Wes Hauch (formerly of THE FACELESS) playing a tune considered a "standard" called SLEEPWALK. It's an older tune and he does a great job of giving it some evil smile.gif

The pedals in the vid sound good too as does the guitar. Still have yet to run in to one of the Merrow 7 models in a store but I'd sure like to smile.gif



Nice eh?


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post Mar 28 2015, 04:59 PM
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That's a unique take on a 'war horse'.
I like it!
The pedals (player, guitar and amp) sound good too.


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post Mar 28 2015, 06:09 PM
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Nice eh? I was impressed with everything about it. Also a bit shocked to hear mr. "Faceless" doing a rendition of this tune. Works well smile.gif


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That's a unique take on a 'war horse'.
I like it!
The pedals (player, guitar and amp) sound good too.


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post Mar 29 2015, 01:29 AM
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I liked it, for some reason his playing reminded me of Marty Friedman...or its the amps name that got me thinking of his style biggrin.gif

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post Apr 6 2015, 07:19 PM
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Maybe a bit of both? Also, he has a very very very strong vibrato sense which is reminding me of Marty as well smile.gif Such tight finger control is rare and a result of decades of practice.


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I liked it, for some reason his playing reminded me of Marty Friedman...or its the amps name that got me thinking of his style biggrin.gif


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