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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Frankie, Jan 18, 2019.
Reggie was someone who could make any song better and a good song, great.
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Prayers to Reggie's family and friends. We chatted years ago on the TDP - what a kind, humble man he was.
Never heard the name, but man I know his guitar playing! Sad loss for sure and pretty big shoes he's left to fill, but what a life he had! RIP sir
Reggie on the solo.
Very talented and well versed player. RIP
Didn't recognize the name but I sure know those tunes!
I heard the sad news yesterday.
Just had to call round this way & dig out my login to tip my hat & say farewell to Reggie. RIP.
A truly great player. Huge bummer. RIP Reggie Young.
RIP Reggie. He made a lot of good songs great.
The weirdest thing - about a week before Reggie died, I had gone to his website to email him to ask him if he taught guitar, too.. I really just wanted to hear stories.
That was the very first solo I ever tried live when I first played out in the ‘80’s. I was and basically still am a rythym player that does some simple fills as embellishments. I must have done an OK job, there were many compliments for that one.
Thanks for the inspirations Reggie. Most of the music you worked on, are tunes that are true classics, and are still relevant today.
Wow, I didn't realize how many popular riffs belonged to him
May you have a pleasant journey, Mr. Young. You will be greatly missed, but have left us a beautiful legacy....
Coming very soon.....
Great article in online version of Premier Guitar about Reggie. Surprised to read that the Memphis Boys were the musicians in the Box Tops "The Letter" and my favorite - "Cry Like a Baby". First time he used a sitar.
Listening now to his first solo album 2017 "Forever Young". Black 69 Fender Tele and 65 Fender Deluxe Reverb - pretty good.