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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Blazer, Jul 25, 2019.
I would but the camera had not been invented yet...We did make some cave drawings, but they are hard to move.
Age 16, 1963
That's me on the drums. I wasn't playing guitar back then; didn't pick one up till many years later. We couldn't find a bass player so my cousin (with the SG) went and bought one about a week later. My other cousin, on the left, is playing a right handed guitar ala Jimi-style. It was a Hofner that he picked up in Germany when he was in the Army. *edit- he's playing his Gretsch not the mentioned Hofner.
That suit was a royal blue color home made by my mother !
I maybe the originator of the ( your mother dresses you funny ) joke .
1973, at East Gate Junior High.
I was 14, and the guitar was borrowed from a girl who lived around the corner from me.
Her name was Dallas.
A Hofner you say?
It looks more like a Gretsch Corvette to me.
Shannon Lyon!!! I only discovered him last year.
There are some awesome photos in this thread. Awesome idea for sure!
2002 dumb cotton
Mock by ccotton posted Jul 26, 2019 at 6:52 AM
2004 dumb cotton
Yeah by ccotton posted Jul 26, 2019 at 6:52 AM
Kids these days have no idea...
This is one of me with an Epiphone Coronet at a High School dance in 1972. I sure miss that guitar. (S/N 30603) Back then, I had hair. Someone said I looked like Curt Cobain.
This one was taken around 1975. You can barely make out my 1970 blonde tele and my blonde Bandmaster is behind me.
Do I have to single-handedly represent the ’80s?
Oh, alright then...
Sounds about right!
Lotta badassery in this photo. "Young, loud, and snotty" Well done.
Folks didn't take as many photos then as they do now. I think the youngest shot I have of me with a guitar is from my early twenties.
If someone had a picture of me with guitar as a teen, I'd love to see it!
Because all the guys on MTV wore ties in the eighties!
That Velvet Flared suit won you best pic in this thread. It looked wild.
Only way it could be beaten is if you were standing in a wide stance in that suit and holding a tele while doing a windmill with your picking hand.
From my high school yearbook. I was in the jazz-rock ensemble. Sold a late 60s black Tele for $190 so I could buy this Iceman. This is late ‘79 or early ‘80.
You traded one cool guitar for another.
Age 20, 1985, Tulsa OK...formative years of my first all originals rock band, Argyle Tattoo