Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by telemandave, Apr 30, 2016.
without being pedantic, a 'guitar solo' is a performance by one person on the guitar, without accompaniment as opposed to a 'lead break', which is to be considered a part of an ensemble piece. so with that in mind, this is one of my favourites:
Thank you so much for that. That's fantastic!!
Jeff played the Tele-Gib built by Seymour Duncan on this album. It's a tele with 2 buckers. It's most definitely the guitar used on "...lovers" .
Reelin' in the Years. Steely Dan. Baxter & Diaz dueling Teles.
This one ain't too shabby either, around 3:30'
Shows a strat in the video, but I feel pretty sure that is Pete on a tele.
Taking the thread in yet another direction: Julian Lage
Studio version (recorded with tele + tweed super):
Live with a blackguard and a tweed champ:
Joe comes in at 4:45 on the Tele with one of my all time favorite solos:
Super Session was Bloomfield's '59 Les Paul. Great solo, but not a Tele.
This has been discussed on the TDPRI a few times… still don't know whether its true but...
Too many to list… here's one I dig tho -
Albert Lee's "Luxury Liner" solo.
I got to see him play it live with EmmyLou and the Hot band back 70's in their hay day at the Opera House in Seattle. Best acoustics for that band I ever heard. EmmyLou kept encouraging him to keep it going.
Of course anything by Danny Gatton or Roy Buchanan.
to go along with my earlier post on this thread, this is my favorite telecaster solo, because i was there when he played it: