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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Blazer, Aug 24, 2010.
It still ends up sounding like SRV though.
I saw him play several times in Dallas and Austin, back in the late 70s. He was playing a Rickenbacker at least half of the time back then and sounded incredible.
Wow that was cool.
Just more proof each persons tone is as unique as a fingerprint.
It didnt sound like a Strat but it did soumd like SRV.
Thats a rare clip I thought Id seen every SRV performance ever recorded. LOL
Ya you should know more than anyone you were right there when it all started happening so cool.
The first album I bought by SRV was Soul to Soul which had a picture of him with an ES335 on the jacket cover. Until I saw him on Television sometime in the late 80s that is what I thought he played.
Sounds great on that guitar! Thanks for the clip!
Tell ya tho, those matching white pickguards sure look tacky. ^)
Yeah, I've heard about that.
Would love to hear him on a RIC.
Any recordings/video clips of those?
(Jorma used to play lead for the Airplane on a RIC-12 at one time if you can believe it ... until the guitar got thrown against a wall one day ... and eventually sold by his wife.)
Here is some of my favorite SRV without a Strat:
must be in his fingers or something....
Hard to believe he has been gone 20 years this August 27th
I've never seen him play without a hat.
It's gotta be the hat.
The Vaughan bros and the T-Birds were just fun!
SRV on a Tele.
Fixed it for you.
j/k... kind of...
The giant eighth notes on his guitar strap aren't so tasteful, either. But hey, his playing more than makes up for it, eh?
He doesnt look right without the hat!
hahah no joke thats the truth LOL
And he could sing.
ya looks like both SRV and Jimmie liked those straps.
Meh. Someone show me a video of him playing a Flute-o-phone and I'll be impressed...
Just kidding, guys...
Anyone know what guitar he's using in that clip?
Id say its an Epiphone Riviera Paradise
compare the fret markers and tailpiece to this and see what ya think I bet this is it.