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You really have to be a senior citizen to get how great this stuff is and how cool Grace was.:)
Yes, I've watched this footage for 50 years, and Grace was completely dialed in for their set. Never better, never more beautiful and awesome.
Not before MY time. There was NOTHING like Grace! I still just adore her.
To me, Roy, Don Rich, and Roy Nichols showed what you can do with a Telecaster and a Fender tube amp and nothing else.
Roy could definitely "overplay," but Man, what soul. And just a Telecaster and a wide open Fender amp:
This will always remain among my very favorite records:
Such a great band. Wish they could still be on the road:
Just for some perspective:
I'm an old man, but I wish I could play in a 12 piece band just once.
Bare fingers, no pedals, open E:
What is an "Esquier?" I own two Esquires, but I'm not familiar with this guitar you are referring to...;)
I am a left handed player, so my options have always been limited. Fender has always offered a very small selection of lefty options.
I am not a...
I'm still processing MANK. I am a major Orson Welles freak. Very complicated feelings. Must watch again. G-d, need to discuss. Please help.
There's been some good discussion about Martin here lately. And well deserved. This cropped up on my radar recently, and I think it's one of the...
I love Martin so much. He doesn't play at all like Clapton/Hendrix/Beck/Page/SRV. Totally does his own thing. A major, major talent.
Yes. Derek is Derek. Probably no better Rock player going today.
Now, I will be incorrect.
Susan is like the sexiest librarian you ever saw. AND...
Open E, no picks, no pedals:
I thought this thread was about Chess Records in Chicago...Oops...
I'd love some specific recommendations. I have a nice set of headphones that I use specifically late at night for watching YouTube videos via my...
No Steve, but still a great set.