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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Tele-friend, Apr 17, 2021.
Man, isn't she beautiful?
"Some things you're supposed to touch and some things you're never supposed to touch" is the title of my next album.
You know, if I could write songs.
He could have picked a little harder. And tried 3 step bends.
Looks like he hated it.
She's a Heavy Beast!
I like Josh and his playing.
Wish he could have put it through his paces longer.
Who owns Harrison's tele now?
So nice guitar!
WTH are they doing, showing her with that nasty clip-on?
The guy is cool, he realizes not giving the respect that instrument deserves, maybe he wasn't on the right mood, and quit playing.
also the title of my latest restraining order. ...
I believe the Tele has been back in the Harrison family for some years now, and that it's now with his son Dhani
Well, that was, ... um, ... disappointing? I'd love to hear someone like Mark Knopfler who knows a thing or two about Beatles tunes and has a sweet touch to put it through its paces. Maybe play the riffs from Don't Let Me Down, or some of George's more unique bends.
Edit- Here's Greg Koch playing one of the reissues (chambered), and hitting some Beatles riffs, e.g. from Dig a Pony, and in the intro trying to cover two parts of Get Back.
“A solid Rosewood Telecaster, if left to its own devices would break the back of even the most stoutest individual”.
The ease with which he plays guitar is astonishing (to me).
Neat story too how Ed Begley Jr was the “anonymous” purchaser who then gave it to Olivia. I am not a fan of him, personally, but I would likely go out of my way to shake his hand. Cool move.
I agree with J. Homme...,there are some things that one should never touch. I had to search out who is is. Had it been my guitar, I would have politely asked if I could try whatever he was trying to do, play it a bit, turn off the amp, and put the guitar away.
Maybe I would ask if he needed some refreshment. I certainly would not let him beat one of my guitars because there was no music there...for my ears.
an unfortunate demo of a piece of history, I'd be intimidated too, if put on the spot, but I wouldn't post it on youtube.
Yes a friend of mine had a rosewood Tele from that same period, it was one heavy guitar. I remember scraping it on once and he had one of those thin straps with the pad. Kinda like a cowboy guitar strap and the weight of that guitar really made itself known............. Gary
I can’t stop laughing. Beer through nose!!