Jeff Beck has owned and played any number of cool guitars over the course of his 50-plus-year career. Speaking with Total Guitar, Beck says that compared to a Gibson Les Paul or Fender Telecaster, My Strat is another arm, it’s part of me. It doesn’t feel like a guitar at all. It’s an implement which is my voice. A Les Paul feels like a guitar and I play differently on that and I sound too much like someone else. With the Strat, instantly it becomes mine, so that’s why I’ve welded myself to that
Truth is the debut album by Jeff Beck, released in 1968 in the United Kingdom on Columbia Records and in the United States on Epic Records. It introduced the talents of his backing band the Jeff Beck Group, specifically Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, to a larger audience, and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard 200. After leaving the Yardbirds in late 1966, Jeff Beck had released three commercial singles, two in 1967 featuring himself on lead vocals, and one without vocals in 1968
First serier of Jeff Beck Signature models was introduced in 1991, and it was mostly based on the Strat Plus model, and Jeff’s old ’60s Strat. Jeff was supposedly partially responsible for the Strat Plus model. Fender made the guitar, but Jeff stepped out of the deal, so company decided to release the guitar under the name Strat Plus. if you wanna know more about these specifics visit: XefriGuitars: The Fender Stratocaster Strat Plus Series). First series of Jeff Beck Signature Stratocaster guitar featured ’50s U-shape maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, Gold Lace Sensor pickups (single-colis in the neck and middle position, and a humbucker in the bridge), and a TBX tone circuit.
Wired is the third solo album by British guitarist Jeff Beck, released on Epic Records in 1976. An instrumental album, it peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard 200 and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. Of the album tracks, four are originals by Narada Michael Walden and one by Hammer
Jeff Beck's best album? Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Snagproof, Nov 21, 2010. Page 1 of 2. 1 2 Next . Snagproof Strat-O-Master. Strat-Talk Supporter. My first Beck album was Live with Jan Hammer. REally great playing on it. Some of his best songs (to me).
My Strat is another arm, it’s part of me. With the Strat, instantly it becomes mine so that’s why I’ve welded myself to that. Or it’s welded itself to me, one or the other. Talking about his new album Loud Hailer, Mr. Beck praised the Stratocaster again, saying: I’m an experimenter. It’s rich because every album I’ve done, except for a couple of techno-y records, are different
Jeff Beck Strat? I've played one several times. IMO, there's no going wrong with one of those. And I'm not saying that because it's Jeff Beck's model. It truly is a great instrument. Re: Jeff Beck Strat? When Ned mentions the dual coil - I'm thinking he means the '90s version with the Lace Sensors. IIRC, the real early ones have a huge neck and around '96 it was slightly scaled down. 12-01-2012, 11:03 AM Vasshu the humanoid typhoon.
Jeff Beck has landed a guitar in Fender's Artist Series, dedicated to paying homage to some of the most influential guitarists of our time; his is, of course, the Fender Jeff Beck Stratocaster. Designed to give you the same British Invasion-era sounds Beck was able to create with his Strat, the Jeff Beck Stratocaster boasts three of Fender's Hot Noiseless pickups, a two-point tremolo, a durable urethane finish, and more.
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|Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia - 26th January 2009|
|1-4||You Never Know|
|1-5||Cause We've Ended As Lovers|
|1-6||Behind The Veil|
|1-7||Blast From The East|
|2-4||Goodbye Pork Pie Hat|
|2-5||Brush With The Blues|
|2-8||A Day In The Life|
|2-10||Where Were You|
|Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia - 30th January 2009|
|3-4||You Never Know|
|3-5||Cause We've Ended As Lovers|
|3-6||Behind The Veil|
|3-7||Blast From The East|
|4-4||Goodbye Pork Pie Hat|
|4-5||Brush With The Blues|
|4-8||A Day In The Life|
|4-10||Where Were You|
- Recorded At – The Palais Theatre
- Recorded At – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
- Bass Guitar – Tal Wilkenfeld
- Drums – Vinnie Colaiuta
- Guitar – Jeff Beck
- Keyboards – David Sancious