Okay, judging by the much appreciated comments on my last post, after hearing this one you guys are definitely going to think that I'm a real Slash fanboy. Seriously, I'm not really that way. Something about these Agiles I've acquired in the last month has made me feel like playing in that style. That and having recently seen the documentary "Slash: Raised On The Sunset Strip." If you haven't watched it yet, and you have an appreciation for the 80's hard rock music scene, then you'll certainly dig it. This Slash thing is just a temporary phase, I'm sure I'll get through it, so just humor me here until I get back to my regularly scheduled program of hackneyed Jimmy Page, EVH, and Steve Vai licks. This is just an idea for a song I have. The main riff at the beginning utilizes a lot of 4ths. I've always like the way they sounded when used by players like George Lynch or by Blackmore on that old classic, Smoke on the Water, but I've found that the 4th interval seems to have a particularly neat beat to the notes when played through P-90's. There's just this really snarly growl it makes that is supremely cool. I think that the song has a pretty good build to it and sounds like it's going somewhere, I'm just not sure where yet. I'll work on it more and get back to ya'll. All the guitar tracks are recorded with my AL-3010SE P-90. Not a bad sounding guitar, huh?