@Roger: Yep- some very cool and witty suggestions...
My favourite probably is "Herr Von Tonight"- sounds too funny!
Again thank you Roger- we too absolutely appreciated your support.
@Kim: Many thanks for your kind words and the review on you web site.
A great read - as always! We are glad you seem to have liked it- the fact that you were there with us made it a very special night and I am sure we all have some nice, happy, funny, extraordinary memories to treasure...
Thank you for your help- you are very welcome to come back again- ANYTIME!
@ Schlichtl: Yes, the concert has been filmed (semi-professional). I am myself curious about the result and will gladly share a youtube link as soon as it is being "produced". Since the audio has been recorded separately -to get a better result- it has to be edited together. (I never know how these things work...)
For the gear-maniacs, guitarists, musicians or anyone else who is maybe interested:
We tried to capture the Cheap Trick-live-feeling to make the songs sounding as close to the original as possible by using the following equipment:
-3 (vintage) Hamer guitars, (sorry, don´t know exact model type) including the blonde 12 string model- exactly the same model as used by Robin Zander.
- (B.C.Rich?) acrylic Mockingbird
- Rivera checkerboard Rick Nielsen Signature guitar combo
- 2 Gibson Les Pauls
- Vintage ES 330
- 80´s Fender Telecaster
- vintage `75 Marshall (plexi) head
- Waterstone TP-12, Tom Petersson signature 12-string bass
- (Mike Lull equipped-) vintage Thunderbird bass
- vintage `79 Hiwatt DR103 head, `72 Hiwatt 4x12 cabinet
- vintage 60´s Ludwig Snare drum