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    A few clips from some recent gigs i did with my elferink archtop using the small zt lunchbox amp. I'm a big fan of this midget amp, and use it a lot with various guitars, usually miked. But on these two gigs where the videos are from it was just the amp, no pa.

    First gig was in a small medieval church, which is now used for weekly music events during the summer months. Church, so a sea of reverb . On the second gig with keys and violin, i used a boss eq just for a small solo boost, and a hardwire reverb. Normally the lunchbox doesn't sound that bright, but the elferink is a bright sounding guitar, and i recently started yet another pick choice trip, so my current pointy pick adds a bit of brightness too..





    Some more tunes from these gigs here:
    Vlatos Jazz June 2019 - YouTube
    Live @ Jokal's 2019 - YouTube

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    You sound great. Is your Elferink a 17"; floating or built-in?

    Albert

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    Thank you. It's pretty much a standard left-handed Tonemaster model I think. 16' with a single floating handwound Ken Armstrong pickup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alter View Post
    A few clips from some recent gigs i did with my elferink archtop using the small zt lunchbox amp. I'm a big fan of this midget amp, and use it a lot with various guitars, usually miked. But on these two gigs where the videos are from it was just the amp, no pa.

    First gig was in a small medieval church, which is now used for weekly music events during the summer months. Church, so a sea of reverb . On the second gig with keys and violin, i used a boss eq just for a small solo boost, and a hardwire reverb. Normally the lunchbox doesn't sound that bright, but the elferink is a bright sounding guitar, and i recently started yet another pick choice trip, so my current pointy pick adds a bit of brightness too..





    Some more tunes from these gigs here:
    Vlatos Jazz June 2019 - YouTube
    Live @ Jokal's 2019 - YouTube
    Wow. Just wow! I just listened to "You don't know what love is." I've got chills, man. That was incredible! Love your playing!

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    Thank you very much! If you like that type of playing, check out Pat Martino's We LL be together again album, case you're not familiar with it. It's a duet with Gil Goldstein on keys, my favorite Martino album along with El Hombre!

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    Just listened to "We'll be together again" per your recommendation. Absolutely, loved it.

    Thanks,

    Chris