Fretted Americana Recognizing the Mosrite Legacy

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Re: Fretted Americana Recognizing the Mosrite Legacy

Postby motiersbad » Sat Jul 28, 2012 4:05 am

Again great Video! But i missed the Mark II that is shown in both Intros :(

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Re: Fretted Americana Recognizing the Mosrite Legacy

Postby Dennisthe Menace » Sat Jul 28, 2012 4:53 am

I was hoping to see the Strawberry Alarm Clock Model which by the way never happened.
Still I was hoping to see it since the Chinery Collection had 3 of the 5 that were made..... :(
make the Mos' of it, choose the 'rite stuff.
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Re: Fretted Americana Recognizing the Mosrite Legacy

Postby 101Volts » Sun Jul 29, 2012 7:15 pm

The first part was great, The second one was a bit disappointing to me but that's mostly because I realized they weren't demonstrating all of the Mosrite collection. It's still nice to have seen the first two guitars that were demonstrated in Pt. 2, What are those models again?

If the Ventures II G3 model (The red one with the Ventures II G1 Slab Body Tremolo) is played in a future video I hope Phil turns the Mids and Bass off, Turns the Treble up to full and plays "Give Me Back My Man" by The B-52's and "Corona" by The Minutemen which was used as the theme music for "Jackass".

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