I'm not a big Joe Bonamassa fanatic, but . . . when he is playing British type blues from my favorite era, I can dig it . PBS (public television) is having their annual fund drive and they usually have some great programming during those drives. I hope posting this info doesn't violate any forum rules - I don't have anything to do with PBS. I rarely watch TV, but PBS is cool. My old gal called me up from the basement where I was fitting a truss rod into a neck I'm working on, and said I might want to watch some music on TV. I caught the tail end (last four songs) of the set they are calling the "British Blues Explosion" - music from Clapton, Page, and Beck in particular. As usual, JB has a stellar group of back-up musicians. PBS is re-broadcasting the show again tomorrow (6-16-19) at 5:30 p.m. EST for anyone who might be interested. In Cleveland, the program is on channel 49, WEAO. Oh yeah, JB uses either a Broadcaster or early Tele when he plays his version of Led Zepplin's "How Many More Times" . Best Regards, Geo.