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Cool, but distracts from the cowbell.
Wow, if that guy can keep himself away from the unhealthy "distractions" that often go along with that type of music he might have himself quite a...
The NYC that I worked and lived in, from the late 1970s to the early 2000s was a lot different than today's family friendly (friendlier?) version....
He was certainly a pioneer of a certain technique:
When I saw them play here in L.A. a couple of months ago, Marty mentioned that Kenny was playing the Mike Campbell signature Tele, which I believe...
James Burton, starting with "Susie Q."
I thought this might be of interest to our more fashion-minded members:...
Rest in peace, Scotty!
These photos recently popped up on the Brucebase/wiki website; he's playing with the Castiles in 1967. Experts! Tell us about this Tele......
Here's a good 'un:
Heh, probably not in the way he used to be worried about customs.
It's too early for this crap. I'm going back to bed.
For me, it's Helpmates:
If you dug "Adam...," I would start with the album it came from, Darkness On the Edge of Town. Then check the official bootlegs from 1978 and...
Summer Glau (I know the concept of someone's name has been mentioned, but I thought a nice photo would liven up the conversation).
Julie from The Mod Squad
Audrey Horne from Twin Peaks
If no one's mentioned The Wild Bunch yet, let me be the first!
Be careful when you plug that thing into the amp - you don't want to be responsible for any sauerkraut-ages.
(I'm sorry, that's terrible,...
Maybe something from here? http://www.guitarpartsresource.com/pickguard_telesquier.htm
Maybe the salesman knows Winston Wolfe...
The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones by Stanley Booth is a must - a wild account of their American tour of 1969.
It would be an awesome car chase: McQueen in that '68 Mustang; the Mansons in their doom buggies...