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To me archtops are the comfort food of guitars. There’s just something about them that seems and feels right Here, a
‘55 Kay. Really cool guitar....
Sounding like a resonator isn’t too strange. An acoustic archtop was made to sound sharp and cutting and to be loud enough to be heard in a band...
Along with the aforementioned McKenzie brothers? Nice!
It took 14 posts to get to Gordo? Wow.
John Cale’s “Paris 1919”
He should know never to make fun of a man with spatchcock.
There was, and maybe still is, a restaurant in San Francisco called, “The Stinking Rose” (I think that was the name.) Everything was garlic based....
Nice. Who is that a photo of? (Cool pic.)
Cool. Does this apply to different types of rice? (White, brown, basmati, jasmine etc.)
Flakey is in the eye of the beholder.
Ah, thank you. Now I understand.
I’m thinking Fu Manchu. [ATTACH]
Cool story. Nice pic, too. I hope you have good luck in finding info. [ For some reason I thought sunburst teles of that vintage all had white...
Yep. (To the tune of, “She’s got...) Ravi Malek’s eyes. Like a combination of Ravi Malek and Tilda Swinton.
And sometimes, quite often actually,...
Ha! Was thinking same. And adding the bananas gives it all a Bunuel-esque quality. Well done!
The Bluesman here is right, and very well stated. Couldn’t agree more. And yes, Anya Taylor-Joy is incredible and amazing to look at. Seriously, I...
“Too light”?? That’s a first. But funny you mention that because I picked one up recently and was shocked at how light it was. Haven’t stopped...
Nice guitar. Your twin brother oughta be playing one as well!
I have one as well. I can’t believe how good that guitar is. For as much as I like Squiers (price/quality) THAT guitar is outstanding.
I remember when you got that guitar and posted a photo. Beautiful guitar and I love the shape of it for some reason.
Hank Snow was from Nova Scotia??!
I like your attitude! Reminds me of a friend who once told me, after I said I always liked Thursday nights, that he didn’t like Thursday nights...