It’s the guitar event of the year. Who knew?

rand z

Friend of Leo's
Feb 19, 2004
trumansburg, ny
Joe Bonamassa has decided to follow the lead of Bob Dylan, and Bruce Springsteen, and give all of his money to charity. He says that people don't like him, because he's wealthy, he's hoping that wearing ragged jeans, and performing free like Bob, and Bruce (his guitar heroes) that people will at last like him. He just wishes he could sing and play like Bob. Joe is considering while he still has the money having another set of adenoids installed in hopes of sounding more like Bob. He also intends to make his domicile in an abandoned boxcar down by the railroad tracks, not far from where Bruce lives.
Thats^^^^, FUNNY!


Happy Enchilada

Friend of Leo's
Mar 25, 2021
God's Country
Steven and his ponytail.
My kung fu master used to get a chuckle out of his movies ...
Saw an article somewhere with a photo of him and his extensive Strat collection spread out on a lawn.
Another reason I don't get Strats ...
In other news, I'm currently the high bidder on a USA Hamer Studio.
Have wanted one FOREVER.
Love the '59 neck pickup.
But not the JB they put in the bridge.
Thinking @ a SD "Saturday Night Special."
Any thoughts???


Friend of Leo's
Jul 8, 2003
Maryville, TN
Why is that?

(not arguing, genuinely curious why you think this)
Guitar music doesn't dominate the music young people listen to like it did when I was a kid.

We need the Hendrix's and Van Halen's and SRV's and B.B. King's - every guitar hero we can get. Those inspirational guys are the ones that keep the instrument popular. We take that for granted, but we shouldn't. In the age of Louis Armstrong and Glenn Miller kids played trumpets and clarinets. The guitar isn't far from taking that same path.