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1 was this, with Howard Goodall. I loved it too.
Exactly the point. One thing is not another thing. Judge it on its own merits. After you've played one. I can't wait to try one.
When I saw Les Paul at Iridium, his guitar player Lou Pallo was using one of those (Les Had a Tech 21).
Here's the TV show when I met him:
Oops, same as the one already posted!
Great live band too. I met Mark briefly and he was a warm and friendly guy.
I have thought this for ages. They have different useful meanings. It's a step backwards.
I use GHS Big Core Nickels, .0095 -.048. Nothing thin sounding about them!
Does this shed any light?
Great score. I've only had my Ivy League (5F10 circuit) a few months but it's blown my mind. 18 pounds, 1 x10, classic tone like I've never had.
I saw Buck at Bimbo's 365 in SF in 2005. Small club, late night, great band. He was playing the Stars and Stripes Tele and played the show like a...
Forever Young as balance perhaps.
I was just going to say that. Just been playing my 86 which I just had 'retro-toned' by Stewart Ward, with my MIJ Tele (Lollar pickups added)....
I hear you on the relentless replay of less than stellar memories I haven't thought about for years. It's enough to make me get up and do...
Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley were singer songwriters. It seems to be a term which is open to a number of interpretations, like R&B.
Jeez I'm never trying this:eek:.
Do you understand exchange rates? It's a free market, and the pound is suddenly a bad bet. Why? Brexit.
I came to this late, and didn't get that you were being ironic right until the end. Well played.
Thanks for that!
Nope, no idea what you are talking about.
Love my CAR, and i am also thinking about stocking up with another.
Elton John at Wembley Stadium London in 1975 had The Beach Boys, Eagles, Joe Walsh, and Rufus featuring Chaka Khan as opening acts. Not many...
You can't go wrong. I've got a CAR '62 and I hardly play anything else. I'm considering getting a 'spare' while they are still around.
I can stand being under-appreciated when gigging, but I don't like it. What really offends me is when I pay to see a great performance (examples...