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Ben Webster for me. Melodic truth and perfect sound.
You know, we used them for fifty years and somehow survived without a grounded cord. Plug 'em in and rip.
in common use, all chords are assumed to be major unless designated otherwise. A slash is the usual designation for a minor chord.
And another Basie fanatic here. There's a companion album to Sinatra live at the sands called "Before Frank", which is the Basie band sets from...
Absolutely a great way to approach any genre of music.
Hubert Sumlin was the quackiest on the Chess Howlin' Wolf records.
I'm gonna miss him....
Grady Martin, on Don't Worry About Me by Marty Robbins. Recorded in 1961.
Not Sugarfoot Rag, it's Yackety Ax.
I recently was given a working 1939 Gibson EH185!
Incredible performance. Actual live music on Soul Train was rare as could be. But, man....
Definately a serviceman. I kind of love those!
I borrowed a friend's HPT several years back, he had JBLs in it! Loudest amp ever! If you're wanting to get any grunt out of it, forget it. I have...
I used to have one of those- incredibly loud, powerful amp. The EQ was pretty excellent. Getting it loud enough to grunt is the problem. It sounds...
My best has to be a player grade '52 goldtop I got two years ago. It immediately went to the top of the class and has stayed there.
Worst was a...
Guild did have a custom shop in Nashville for a while. Not saying that's what that is, though.
Riff Raff. Shane Theriot, himself a great guitarist, interviews other great guitarists.
Original pickups? That's the biggy- a clean and original 55 should be in the 20's somewhere- mid teens should be fair.
For me, Jorgen Ingman has the definitive version.
I have a 00-17, all beat up, from 1934. It is an amazing, extremely versatile guitar.
Tony made a MILLION easy listening guitar records. His touch and tone were always nothing short of sublime. Most of those records were quite...
7th should be a HALF DIMINSHED aka minor 7 flat 5.