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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by telemenow, Jun 20, 2013.
My dad too!
My very first exposure to Roy Buchanan was when he opened third bill at a Mahavishnu Orchestra concert (or was it Yes?) at Winterland in San Francisco in 1975/1976. I think it was Mahavishnu in 1976 because I'm looking at a picture on my office wall of John McLaughlin playing his double necker at that concert in 1976 and I was there
how about Brent Mason?
james burton also
How about Don Rich and Steve Crooper ?
Jimmy Page and Greg Koch?
Redd could be on that list.
Guess Keef doesn't make the cut.
More like the top 20 Tele Players.
Scotty Moore and Brad Paisley
also Keith Urban and John 5
Jessie Ed Davis? Marty Stuart? Kenny Vaughan?
Keef is an extraordinary rhythm player and I think you're referring to Jerry Reed. If not I'm not familiar with Redd.
Albert Collins and Muddy Waters
How in the world did Muddy did not get noticed until this late in the thread.
I say robbie robertson (just because I love The Band and to stir the pot!)
In my mind the number one is Greg Koch but he is a blend of all the rest. Too many to mention.
Oh, and Johnny Hiland, what a monster.
Gotta have Keef on that list.
And you need to have Ed Bickert and Ted Greene on this list as well!
These guys sure added some *respect* to the Telecaster history.
I think Hendrix played a Tele at times
no particular order
the guy at your local Tuesday Blues Jam. he's there,go check him out.
Not familiar with Redd? Search Redd Volkaert, and enjoy. You're welcome.
FYI - Make sure you have a couple of hours.
That's awesome dude. I guess it's back to the wood shed for me.