As for recording, however, I think the greatest New Orleans R&B records are the ones that built on what went before but also added something new.By writing new songs you get to channel all the music you absorb through your own individual set of filters – and the fun is in seeing what emerges.”Cleary has gloriously achieved this desired synthesis of tradition-rooted originality and forward thinking on Jimmy Nick has also shared the stage with John Mayall, Ted Nugent, Samantha Fish, Pat Travers, Savoy Brown, Los Lonely Boys, Gov’t Mule, Kenny Wayne Shepard and more.As heard in the widely varied grooves and textures of , Cleary’s sound incorporates such far-flung influences as ‘70s soul, gospel music, funk, Afro-Caribbean (and especially Afro-Cuban) rhythms and more. “I’m a student of it – and a fan, first and foremost.But there’s little point in just going back and re-recording the old songs – although on my live solo shows, especially in New Orleans, I make a point of trying to keep the fast- disappearing tradition of the R&B pianist/singer alive by playing the old songs that are in danger of being forgotten.Green wire terminated in screw terminal for ground connection to chassis.Cord length 8 feet, cord thickness is 0.29 inches (about 9/32" or 7.3mm). The power cord as used in North America only on the Blues Junior.
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Original Fender part number 003657000 (old number 036570). Has 6 electrical terminals on bottom of switch (DPDT). Button not included, see K-058 below handle strap, replacement for Fender "tweed" style amps (as well as other vintage amps). Does not contain Fender logo, so it may be used on other brands of amps. Screws not included - order screw pack SC-402 separately (takes a pack of 4 screws). Chrome end hooks - replacement for vintage and modern Fender amps. Pack of 6 stainless steel back panel screws for Fender original and reissue "Tweed" series amps. Mounts the chassis to the cabinet on top as well as the sides of the cabinet. Set of 4 screws, bronze 6-32, 1 1/2 inches long, Phillips and matching 6-32 Keps Nuts with integral washers.
Does not contain Fender logo, so it may be used on other brands of amps. Screws not included - order screw pack SC-402 separately (takes a pack of 4 screws). Pack of 6 stainless steel chassis mounting screws for Fender reissue "Tweed" series amps. SPEAKER BAFFLE MOUNTING BRONZE SCREWS AND STAINLESS STEEL KEPS NUTS (SET OF 4) FOR Fender TWEED AMPS.
Many elements, such as the call-and-response format and the use of blue notes, can be traced back to the music of Africa.
This bushing slides over the pot shaft before the knob is installed, and stabilizes the shaft as well as keeping the knob from rubbing the front faceplate. Used as the 'Fat' switch push switch in the Blues Junior. Has slight "raised" bump near the center of the handle. 6.5 inches from mounting center to mounting center. Chrome end hooks - replacement for vintage and modern Fender amps. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue, as well as the original Tweed amps from the 1950s: Tweed Vibrolux, Tweed Twin, Tweed Tremolux, Tweed Super, Tweed Pro, Tweed Princeton, Tweed Harvard, Tweed Deluxe, Tweed Champ, and Tweed Bassman. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior, Pro Junior, and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue. This set of four bronze screws connects the speaker baffle board to the cabinet on Fender tweed combo amps from the 50s, as well as today's reissue tweed amps such as the Hot Rod Deluxe and 59 Bassman Reissue. For amps which require additional baffle screws, see the individual screw/nut part number SC-415, below.