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I love my 67, and as stated in one of the vids, I sold a bunch of stuff to get the 57. Honestly, I am not a black guard guy. I prefer steel...
That would be totally over the top funny for it to be lost in two poker games
Soft V .91 at the first fret.
Here is the story of the purchase.
And the restoration
I decided to go 2 pickup because it is a refin.
It came from near Fullerton , CA
When she is done
The blue was Krylon rattle can
There is info on where I got it, and many more before shots on my website. I am not going to say what I paid for it, but it was from a store, not...
I picked up a 1957 Esquire, and have been rehabilitating it. Here is a before shot.
And here is where we are now. Please note that the...
I just try to not talk over my guests.
I am with you. I take my Dano or Crook, and don't take my 67 out as much.
I loved this:
"Who is "Zac" and why do I care what he thinks about anything?"
Wally, I wish I could have played that 53 before it went to Spain....
Here is Reggie Young playing a 1966 maple cap neck Tele on the neck pickup. Most likely into a Deluxe Reverb
Cornell Dupree on a 1968...
The theme was an exercise to help me recover from some hand pain, and to use my pinky more.
Thanks for posting this, Smokin!
Been a huge Duke fan for a long time. I made sure to have him show off his 1953 and 63 Telecasters
That blonde does not look like other MIM factory blondes I have seen. It looks really cool though.
I have held the guitar, though I did not weigh it when I interviewed him. Seemed in the low 7-pound range.
One of my all-time favorite players! I remember buying Country Soul Guitar in the mid 90's. Been a fan ever since!
I should not have said anything. I deleted my comment.
Thanks for posting!
To me, it is about getting as similar a tone to your pick. If don't use a pick, I think the flesh is perfect
Rick always makes great vids, but this one is GOLD!!!
Love doing the show, and it is helping me keep my sanity! And honored to be mentioned with Beato and @fivewattworld
As far as modern, you need to check out Duke Levine, like GetBent said
For older country instrumental stuff, Brookdalebill covered it well.
I had a lot of requests for a head-to-head on the Harvard vs the Deluxe Reverb