Originally posted 2010-03-26 12:30:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
By Jeremy Hammond:
I recently had to take my acoustic/electric into the shop to get it looked at, since the “electric” half of it wasn’t working, and a Made in the U.S.A. Fender Strat was hanging on the wall. I couldn’t resist. I took it home (yes, I paid for it first). It feels great and has great tone and sustain, even out of my tiny little amp. So here’s “Bathtub Gin” by Phish. I laid down the rhythm and vocals first (single take), and then laid the solo over that track. This is a fun tune and I love the solo melody, particularly when played on my new ax.
** EDITOR’S NOTE: **
Our favorite perennial format bending, Phish-covering Guest Sessions contributor is back, and this time, he’s brought a new guitar purchase to his cover song music video. We hope that your Friday may be a little brighter for this great, groovy rendition of a Phish deep track, originally recorded for their 1990 album Lawn Boy.