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Sick video of Warren DeMartini playing his OG Snakeskin.

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    Sick video of Warren DeMartini playing his OG Snakeskin.



    Love his tone, love this guitar. Wish I owned one.

    Here are some other cool vids as well. I know there isn't much footage of WDM.




    #2
    Always loved his riffing. DeMartini and Lynch were huge influences on me learning to play and write. I still can't play lead worth a damn, but I love banging out Ratt and Dokken-style chord-riffs.

    And those original small-body 22-fret Charvels are awesome. I wish they'd do a true "dinky" like this. Even the recently release DK22 still has the longer more "Soloist" style horns. The Suhr Standard is about as close as anyone is making these days.

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      #3
      One of my favourite studio clips from (relatively) recent years:

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        #4
        Originally posted by Darren View Post
        Always loved his riffing. DeMartini and Lynch were huge influences on me learning to play and write. I still can't play lead worth a damn, but I love banging out Ratt and Dokken-style chord-riffs.

        And those original small-body 22-fret Charvels are awesome. I wish they'd do a true "dinky" like this. Even the recently release DK22 still has the longer more "Soloist" style horns. The Suhr Standard is about as close as anyone is making these days.

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        Man, that guitar is tough. I wish Charvel would be more experimental with the release of their guitars like they used to be.


        Darren - I love that video too. So good. I love that album too.

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          #5
          I missed seeing him at Music Zoo years ago. I did have the pleasure of meeting Richie Faulkner. Incredibly nice guy. It was funny because he wanted to talk more than play, and some people were pissed about it. But a really nice guy.

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            #6
            Originally posted by lespauled View Post
            I missed seeing him at Music Zoo years ago. I did have the pleasure of meeting Richie Faulkner. Incredibly nice guy. It was funny because he wanted to talk more than play, and some people were pissed about it. But a really nice guy.
            Man, Richie Faulkner is the man. I love that guy.

            I'm so glad he is finally getting a Gibson Sig.

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