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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by glenlivet, Oct 28, 2020.
This is what I hear.
I think of Luther Perkins in "Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison"
Recorded I think, with an Esquire, but played often live with a Fender Jazzmaster ( at least clips I've seen)
I think of Don Rich with Buck Owens also Buck Owens himself and Roy Nichols with Merle Haggard
I think Chet's Gretsch.
Excellent guitar work in that video.
Don't tell anyone, but I think Dwight might have mistakenly put on his wife's pants.
RE Dwight Yoakum. Violin (fiddle) gets in the way. Classic country ax-playing I agree
That's what an Esquire is supposed to sound like!
I dig Dwight.
He has dozens of good songs.
I never got into Peter Anderson's playing(dwights guitartist) until I got one of his signature Reverend's. Now i love the guy.
Albert Lee in his Hot Band years with Emmy Lou.
it sounds so good. Please educate me. The "solos" he's taking, is he basically playing the chords all over the neck as opposed to any sort of scales?
That's cos it's an Esquire - the twang king
Oh yeah, like this...
Edit: Oh wait, thats James Burton I think! My bad!
Seen Dwight in concert once....a lady in the audience snapped her "upper undergarment" at him....and it absolutely nailed the mic stand perfectly....hung there the rest of the night.
It was an impressive shot.
Cool actor too. Here he is at his musical & sociability peak...
This picture of the concert shows Luther Perkins holding an Esquire, and his brother Carl Perkins holding an archtop Edit: Luther and Carl Perkins were not brothers. Sorry for the confusion
Lots of great ones here- I like this one