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Back in the early 90’s I played in a band where a couple of the members insisted on playing Billy Ray’s Achy Breaky Heart. Needless to say I quit...
Huge loss. Wow. Rest In Peace to one of the All-Time Greats.
Gear wise, there have been a few. But the one that stands out to me is a 62 reissue strat I had bought new. It played perfectly and sounded...
I’ve watched all the episodes and all I can say is...Real life is truly stranger than fiction.
That depends, are these wild or domesticated raccoons?
I got some the other day and was disappointed. A little better than diet Dew but not much.
When I’ve seen him live he only broke out his Strats. Love me some Robert Cray and that Tele looks sweet!
I don’t really hate any gear, but I’ve never bonded with G&l guitars, for whatever reason.
Fell off cliff.
Yeah, I guess either duet or duo.
Hall and Oates, even if Daryl did most the heavy lifting.
George Jones and Tammy Wynette
A lot of Greats to chose from, but it’s hard to beat the Everly Brothers.
I was going to post this on “The Greatest Singer” thread the other day but decided not to, lol.
Sam Cooke is one of the all time greats, but I wouldn’t consider him rock, though.
Different pickups and amp tone stacks make a difference but a lot of it has to do with hands. You can listen to different YouTube guitar...
Roland Blues Cube Artist can do about anything you want. Mesa Boogie Express 5:50 is a bit heavy but it’s an excellent all around amp.
Carter Vintage in Nashville is the way to go.
I never was a big fan of the bands he was in, but Chris Cornell had a great set of pipes.[MEDIA]
I’ve always preferred John’s singing to Paul’s, but that’s just personal taste. I do love Paul’s singing too.
The last time I went to a Guitar Center, I was trying to test out a strat and this guy next to me was blasting death metal riffs on Some EVH amp...