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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Double Stop, Jun 16, 2021.
Thanks for sharing...I’d like an ounce of his talent.
Send him your best offer. He just may give it to you!
Is he selling the "perfectly good guitar" ?
I've heard him play that Gretsch at a solo gig and it was wondrous, never thought he'd sell that one?
He is actually selling that guitar on the album cover indeed!
I like his song
Master of Disaster.
I think that one got smashed, according to the song . . .
I think he smashed that one.
Edit: Beat me by that much.
Will he sell the Telecaster through the Vibrolux turned up to 10?
Hiatt is on the shortlist of dudes I'd like to sit down and have a brew with, which wouldn't happen of course since he gave up drinking, so maybe a coffee. Perhaps even let Ry Cooder join us.
Seems like such a good dude. I grew up listening to Stolen Moments and Bring the Family in the car with my dad on repeat.
He gave this board its unofficial motto: Right now I need a Telecaster through a Vibrolux turned up to TEEEENNNNNN
I just checked out the Reverb shop. It looks like almost everything has sold already, but there were a few things left (amps). Seems like things were fairly priced.
Selling a perfectly good guitar...
That was my first thought, but I’ve already got one (and it is perfectly good)!
Really like that Gretsch! He’s a great player.
a lot of stars are selling off thier surplus instruments
David Gilmour prceeds went to charity 3 day event
Tommy Emanuel proceeds went wounded warriors, sold out in 15 minutes every thing
Junkie XL a ton of vintage synths almost 400 plus live and road gear , drum kits. pedals,all used in movie soundtracks some collaborations with Hans Zimmer
Ted Nugent tried no one bought guns and guitars ,amps
Les Paul 300 plus guitars some units went for current gibson prices ( they even auctioned off his army boots and wallet) post mortem
Johnny Winter Post mortem
Eric Clapton proceeds to drug rehab center
this is to name a few in the past 10 years or so Iconic instruments we've all had the oportunity to buy , to me......this should all be in a museum