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Tele players that changed your life!

Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by skinny ted, Sep 26, 2006.

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  1. dogfootblues

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    Not a typical response I'm guessing. But Eddie Vedder and Pete Townshend. Pearl Jam was my first band and eddie rocked some Schecters ad late 70' teles. Now he has a whole array. Mike had a 52' reissue from ten on and even stone had a cool custome shop candy apple red Tele with a bigsby suing Yeild.

    At the same time eddie for me into The Who an I night every bootleg VHS from the 81'82' tours and there pete. Playing his Schecter teles.

    Neil young. Joe Strummer.
     
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    This guy!
     

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    True. Even before I knew who he was I was coping the licks from Tombstone Blues and highway 61.
     
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    Jesse Ed Davis, Clarence White and Bernie Leadon. I was fortunate enough to have seen them live in LA in the late '60s. And the rhythm guitar player in the surf band Fender IV blasting a Tele through a Super Reverb - divine! - at a surfer stomp in Hawthorne CA in '64 or '65. And a guy playing a Bigsby'd sunburst Esquire through a small tweed amp at a house party around te same time.
     
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    None, its not that simple, the list is long and might include players of other guits or other instruments.

    Hearing the Byrds, "Mr. Tambourine man in 1965, now that changed my life.
     
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