Finish What Ya Started VH Cover by Abraham Myers With Meredith Myers on Drums Harley Benton demo

First off, I have to talk about this amazing Harley Benton. Wow, what a guitar for 200 dollars, and the sound of that Roswell P90 is pretty sweet. It also has a push pull knob for double and single coil pickups on the P90. Originally Eddie used a Stratocaster, but the single coil of the P90, to me, sounded more like the original than the Strat I have. And I thought this would be a good chance to do a shout out to Harley Benton for making such an awesome guitar at such a fantastic price.

I received it as a gift from my cousin, Robby Chism. He works at Huber and Breese music just outside of Detroit, and he is one of the best if you're looking for a guitar. Here's a link to the Huber website.
And they sell online as well as in-store.

This is also the debut of my wife, Meredith Myers on drums. She used to drum in our band a long time ago, and she got back on the kit and slayed this Van Halen classic. You'll be seeing more of her drumming in the future.
Tabs will be up soon.
Hope everyone likes it.
And of course this goes out to the king Edward Van Halen.
You were the greatest and we miss you.

Finish What Ya Started was written by Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony, and Sammy Hagar. It first appeared on the album: OU812
The Equipment used in this recording is as follows:
Slate ML1 Microphone
The software is Cubase Pro.
The audio interface is an Axe IO
The Bass sound was created with a Sire V7, straight into the Axe.
The Guitars are a Harley Benton DC Junior, and a Blueridge, plugged straight into the Axe. Amplitube 5 was used for amp emulation.
All vocals were recorded with the Slate ML1
Ozone 9 was used for mastering.
The video, and the recording, were produced by Abraham Myers.
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