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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Shuster, Aug 21, 2019.
3 years and one month after World War 2 ended!
Gibson first put PAF humbuckers on guitars in my birth year.
OK, one more.
The Fender Precision bass body we know today became standard the year I was born.
I was born before TV or computers or cell phones
before we had power or telephone where we lived
1) Four years and five months after World War II.
2) Seven months after Newfoundland became part of Canada.
Same age as Stevie Wonder & Jay Leno. When I was 11 I watched the 405 being built through Los Angeles.
Hawkwind @ Stonehenge to be precise
Winston Churchill was buried, Bob Dylan went electric and my namesake won the Indy 500
The day Crossroads (Live) was recorded by Cream, with that absolute filth of a solo.
My father was on a Navy destroyer in the Mediterranean Sea supporting troops chasing Rommel out of North Africa when I was born.
I was born the year the Olympics visited Rome
I was born the same year that Leo was making his two prototype Telecasters, including the one with the tapered headstock three tuners each side version.
Hence the Telecaster Kid handle, we were both created in the same year. Except I wasn’t a prototype.
I was born the last production year of my favorite vehicle...end of a 21 year run.
I'm as old as when this (mine's an anniversary RI) first came out.
I came in about two weeks before the Korean Conflict was a thing.
I was born precisely 10 years (and the same day) after Leo Fender file a patent for the Stratocaster Tremolo device.
So June the what ?
I already did. You didn't feel it? I think I might win this one!
I got polio.
Sorry to hear, and I feel for you. My uncle John contracted the virus just prior to the vaccination coming out. Although it has slowly disabled him more and more throughout his life, he is still an active pedal steel player and guitarist.