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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by TeleTucson, Jun 20, 2020.
My 73 telecaster that came with a 72 neck owned it for 42 years.
Right meow it’s my old Dynamite box tele build.
And do you know what he's going to do? He's gonna put it next to the other one!
R. Crumb's (60's counter culture cartoonist) depiction of Blind Boy Fuller's song "Truckin' my blues away" - the iconic keep on truckin' - which resonated with me even back in 1973 as a young guitar player!
I don't have the guitar or the t shirt, but I've still got that amp! (wish I had the strap)
It's a plectrum...
It's my AV 58 tele and tweed deluxe clone.
That's me from a publicity shot for one of my bands.
Farm workers in the San Joaquin Valley
It is me....
Well, the Inner Me, that is... the Outer Me is ugly enough to crack your monitor screen, so...
Most of my life has been in graphic design, so I just drew my own avatar
Mine is a partscaster I put together on a whim just to see if I could
Mines a double negative medium format photo I made years ago of a portrait of this wild dude I knew Kris “Kreeture” Beecher superimposed with this weird room of all white graffiti on black walls in an abandoned casino in Jacumba CA
My oldest guitar, bought new in 2001: A straight-up, bone-stock, plain-jane American Series Telecaster.
My avatar is actually me, sitting on the couch at home playing an Eastman Advanced Jumbo type, spruce and rosewood.
Mrs. Steerforth took the picture, and then ran it through the, “Oilist” painting app. I thought it looked nice, so I used it for my forum avatar.
No introduction (should be) needed.
And now, something you'll really like...
Mine is “Big Tex” the highly modified and customized 1995 MIM Tele Special that’s the main piece of my rig...
People on their smartphones... not even giving a **** while history is being written next to them...