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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Digital Larry, Sep 27, 2020.
I don't think I've ever seen that photo of Syd before.
Buck Owens and Don Rich...THAT'S the Tele sound of the 60s.
Not sure if a Telecaster is on the studio version or not.
I just had to laugh watching this vid. Seeing a Telecaster in the hands of a mocker.
mocker- think the beatles. Hard Days Night film
I think more of the Steve cropper with Otis
I believe that was Roy Buchanan on "Suzie-Q"
Nope. Roy did work at times with Dale Hawkins, but Susie Q was all James Burton.
At 15 years old.
Burton, Don Rich, others in country.
How can you possibly doubt the validity of this vid?
There's a Fender head on the floor behind the guitarist--I mean, that makes it real, right?
It looks like Mick Taylor's Tele has both the regular Tele bridge and a trapeze tailpiece. What's going on there?
I just discovered ALL of the Buck Owens ranch episodes are on the Buck Owens YouTube channel, they are a must watch
" Born to Be Wild"
Same Tele would be used later by Heart on
I know there are differing reports on this. It's certainly possible I'm wrong about it being Burton - but I think we can ALL agree it's one of the great guitar leads of early rock n toll, right?
To me it always sounded more like Burton's playing but I'm not an expert. I've read that Buchanan joined Hawkins in time for the followup "My Babe" but that Burton was on the earlier record.
I've been on a Roy Nichols kick lately.
No mention of James Burton with Ricky Nelson? Or, how about these two guys?
Wow, what a humble gentleman. This thread is full of Tele goodness. Love the Don Rich stuff as well.
Don Rich playing "Buckaroo", James Burton on Rick Nelson's "Fools Rush In" and Merle Haggard's
"Working Man Blues"...
super nit picky point... Dakota or Fiesta? Does anyone know for sure?
is that a trapeze tailpiece on mick taylor's tele? haven't seen one of those on a tele, ever.