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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jun 23, 2019.
Springsteen before the Esquire -
Looks like Randy has some sort of Dano - Tele ?
Randys guitar was a Dano, but the headstock logo says Silvertone.
It was a Danelectro made for and marketed by Sears.
It was a one pickup model, and he recorded and gigged with it early in Spirit’s career.
It’s on the video for I Got A Line On You.
The Twelve Dreams Of Doctor Sardonicus is a masterpiece, IMO.
I had a gold Silvertone with 2 pickups many moons ago.
Someone mentioned this guitar in the thread about equipment abuse. Apparently, it was an Electra, a MIJ copy of the Dan Armstrong, and he mostly used it for slide, like in the photo.
Here's a photo of Prince (on the right) with Andre Anderson on bass, and probably Charles Smith on drums, in their band Grand Central in 1973 or 1974.
1982 First gig
Who are those?
All I can say is that is definitely not Trini Lopez holding the Trini Lopez
Somebody has to support the tour.
Warren Haynes and his band.
Is that Govt. Mule and Allen Woody on the right?
That's actually a Barney Kessel, full hollow: floating bridge, f-holes and regular Gibson headstock.
The Trini was a shallower semihollow - like a 335, only with diamond soundholes, split diamond fretboard inlays and 6-in-line tuners.
Those features showed up again on the Dave Grohl model.
EDIT: There was also a Trini Lopez Deluxe which was full hollow with the sharp horns. But it still had the distinctive diamond soundholes and an inline headstock.
I thought the guy in the middle looks like Gregg Almann?
It's not the Eurythmics but it is a picture of them in their previous band the Tourists?. The date is wrong though as the Tourists broke up and Annie and Dave formed the Eurythmics in Australia in 1980.
I think your right that may be Gregg Allman, the glasses are throwing me off. I think it was right around 1994 when Warren Haynes joined the Allman Brothers after Dickey split... Or was it sooner like '92?....