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It’s by far one of the most aggressive solos David’s every played but not so much due to his playing or technique but rather the mix and the sound of it.
The work took a long time and was very labor intensive.
A new product was just beginning to get some traction in the wall covering business call gypsum board (or sheet rock.) It was a wall that could be screwed or nailed to the studs by a relatively unskilled laborer at close to twice the speed and half the cost of the traditional 3-coat system.
And since this wall wasn’t applied wet like plaster, it could be painted right away and thus got the nickname “drywall.” A traditional 3-coat plaster is typically 7/8″ thick and when you add in the 1/4″ wood lath that supports the plaster wall, you have a wall that is 1″ thick!
(…) Then I just follow the chart, whipping one fader up, then another fader, jumping from phrase to phrase and trying to make a really nice solo all the way through.” It’s hard to tell why a guitar solo becomes so famous and loved by so many.
Perhaps it’s the beauty of a perfectly written rock song or the contrast between the gentle voices and the climatic end.
In order to save folks the mess and expense of tearing out their walls, we recommend removing a few clapboards on the exterior in order to insulate the house to modern standards.
Remember, historic homes typically have no plywood sheathing under the siding, so insulating with this method is just as effective plus it’s faster, cleaner, and much cheaper!
The first demo recorded by the band – sans the orchestra – includes a MXR Phase 90 but this was ditched on the final version.
Some sources also suggest that he used an Electric Mistress flanger but I’m having a really hard time hearing it.
Not to mention, it required a skilled plasterer to make sure the plaster was properly applied and the wall was smooth and level.
Then when the GIs returned home from WWII, the baby (and housing) boom hit America, and there was a huge demand for quick, affordable housing.
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