If you don’t know Jorma
You don’t know Jack
I have an exceptional pine tele that Bob made.
He plays his ass off on Body Talk.
Maybe you should have stand by switches installed in you pedals.
I have a Supertron in one of mine.
Bridge is Ron Ellis 50s/60s.
Thomastik BeBop 11s are great on a tele.
I’m 70 next year and have age hand issues and deal with it.
Probably helps that I play mostly acoustic...
More like a quarter or a third but you might try a Princeton with a 12”.
Often called mini twins.
I played in a band with a Very good player back in the ‘70s who used a GMT like Carlos played at Woodstock.
He sounded amazing with it.
I got a...
He is a good freesurfer
I knew and played with Dickie Dodd the drummer and yes, he did sing it.
He was also a Mouseketeer.
Cool guy and good rock drummer.
I like the Cream way better than the Gold.
The guy that said the Cream is polite just shows different strokes.
The Gold has a cocked wa...
What does “best” mean?
My list would be really, really long
Attended an interesting one back in the early 80’s.
First Lindley with El Rayo X.
Then the jam.
James Burton, Leslie West, Kevin Cronnin, and a...
Six figure royalty check
The album was done in the same studio as the moon landings.
I have a Wet/EXP on my board.
And a Polara.
Ron Ellis 50s/60s
Wait for it
Tone Tubby ceramic is the only thing that does it for me in a small cabinet.
I’ll be 70 next year and just got a Squier Classic Vibe 60’s Tele that I played in a rehearsal yesterday.
I Love the thing.
Guess I’ll never grow up
That is correct.
I got a MIK 2000 Dot Deluxe for $200 a few years back and with new pickups and a setup it’s become one of my favorite electrics.
I agree with everything hogy says in his post.
I like the Tomastik Blues sliders a very little bit better but they are twice as much.
Ya, they’re called heavier
He taught Michael Bloomfield how to bend a note.
Then, there was The Byrds.
Uncle Hugo and Uncle Edgar’s books if you like sci fi or mystery.