Mikkel Ploug

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  1. Neither
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  2. Poparad
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    His album with Sissel Vera Petersen and Joachim Baddenhurst (I probably misspelled both of their names) titled "Equilibrium" is one of the most beautiful records I have ever heard.

  3. Neither
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    Hi Jeremey,
    I saw you made a transcription of "Four !" on your website ( http://www.poparad.com/learn.php ). I agree with you : Equilibrium is a beautiful record.

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  4. Totally unrelated but, beautiful job with the monder tune I saw on you tube. You are a great guitar player.

  5. Poparad
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    Thanks. That one wasn't as ferocious as I thought it would be. I've been working on Windowpane, however, for well over a year now. Well, for the most part. I seem to learn 95% of it and get burned out and put it aside for a few months, forgetting most of it.

  6. Poparad
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    Hopefully in the near future I'll have some more Ploug transcriptions to put up. I've got a few half-finished that I need to get back on again. I actually got an e-mail from Mikkel about my "Four!" transcription. He offered a couple corrections for one part that I never could decide the right chord symbol for, since the harmony isn't very clearly implied, but otherwise said what I came up with was what he had.

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    Anybody can help for the name of his effects ?

  8. smoke
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    I'll take a crack at it.

    Light Green - Ibanez TS9
    Pink/Purple - Maxon AD-999
    Small Blue - Malekko Chorus (possibly trem)
    Big Green - Line 6 DL4
    Big Tweed - Vanamps Sole-mate
    Small black one - maybe a TC Electronics tuner?

    The Moog is either a Freqbox or Phaser.

    Not sure about the expression pedal/wah thingy.

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  9. Neither
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    thanks a lot

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  10. Gesture
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    Wow Equilibrium is amazing.. Great singer as well. Thanks so much!

  11. Neither
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    He plays with Pete Robbins Transatlantic Quartet, on the album "Live in Basel", great album too.


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