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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by rjtwangs, Oct 23, 2017.
Don’t forget the suede.
It depends on if I'm just crashing the stage because my best friend's drunk girlfriend is out of control or, if I'm actually playing a gig.
It depends what the other guys are wearing ...
Anything but shorts!
I can't pull off this band's style.
This, combined with hair halfway down my back, and a full beard, is enough to have me look like I'm in a band.
Dress for the job you want I guess.
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I used to wear a three piece suit w/o the jacket but lately a nice button down with jeans does the trick.
If it was good enough for the Red Hot Chili Peppers...
That’s a lot [emoji38]
But this. Absolutely this, 100%!
True. But at this age I’ve eschewed the striped athletic sock in favor of a sedate and tasteful black dress sock. I have my dignity!
What I wear depends on the gig.
Outdoor show in July at a local brewery where my only pay is the beer I drink during the show? Cargo shorts and a t-shirt with sneakers.
Charity gig where each performer or band plays one cover?
Full band: dress shirt, nice jeans, Doc Martens.
Solo: Led Zeppelin (or similar t-shirt), jeans, and sneakers.
Three to four hour cover gig where I get paid? That depends on the venue. Band leader determines dress shirt or t-shirt.
One acoustic gig for a place's Halloween party, the singer wore a cop costume and me and the other guitarist wore convict costumes. He was in stripes and I had the orange scrubs with "DEPT OF CORRECTIONS" stamped on the shirt.
We wore tux's.
its this guitar
with this graphic (I dont have the junior anymore, too many problems with it)
I dont have a picture of the Tele with that graphic on it; I switch it out so many times that I dont take pictures of it... right now it has a different graphic on it anyway. I switch it out for every show.