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Following the album’s characteristics, the emphasis lied on his guitar play. MIYAVI’s voice was a bit unsteady from time to time—a common weakness of the singer songwriter, which he could compensate with his well-known opened approach and direct connection to the audience. He switched to a Fender Telecaster, leaving the half electronic half acoustic Taylor T5 behind, to gain a more edgy, rough, and punchy sound with less slapping and more picking, for which he used finger nails. Amplified through a wall of a total of four amps the rich guitar sound dashed through the venues, joined with Bobo’s precisely accurate drum beats, and rocked the audiences.
 To be more precise, the album’s booklet shows him with a LsL guitar, which makes it likely that he recorded the album with the LsL and then took the Fender along the ride for the tour.
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