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For clean tones: Larry Carlton' "Fingerprints" album
For distorted tones: Robben Ford's "Mystic Mile" album
I saw them 3 times. If I wanna see old men prance around like this I'll go to the local VFW when they have a DJ playing.
I felt he had a great voice on his solo record! It was my favorite of all the solo records - even over Ace's. The songs were a departure from Kiss...
Holy ****! Ugh!
For me, PickBoy picks (squared with a point) similar to Ritchie Blackmore's and Lita Ford's - 1.2mm.
Good Lord...he's still at it? Doesn't Sharon have enough money?
Don't be confused. Years ago I was trying out acoustic guitar amps and thought the cheap Crate amp sounded way better than the SWR Strawberry...
Who wants to bet that Bonamassa is going to own this within the year?
I WANNA KNOW...HOW MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE LIKE THE TASTE OF COFFEE?!?!?
When you're down in the dumps and you need something to bring you...
I think Folgers pulled the add when they got wind that Paul was going to sell stage-used coffee cans for $10,000 apiece.
John McLaughlin's Rex Bogue Double Rainbow.
But since it's broke...I'll take Ritchie Blackmore's...
Ritchie is a monster at playing slide through classical passages. Check this out...
So when in 2020 is Led Zeppelin II coming out?
Kind of like saying...
"Which Manning: Peyton or Eli?"
If you hate the Patriots...you'd probably select Eli.
Jimmie Vaughan for Roots Blues! :)
Battlestar Galactica (70's)
Can't wait to buy that! People are gonna dig my tone when I play "Mony Mony" at the VFW this Saturday night!
It's Vinnie Cusano.
"I heard the Three Kings are playing tonight...can you direct me where?"
My reply would be..."Where's Bloomfield playing tonight?"
Statesboro Blues. Because I play it in standard tuning.
The Sweetwater and Elderly catelogs are like Penthouse and Hustler to me!
Mountain started out as a trio, and is currently a trio. Steve Knight came on board in the early '70's.
Leslie wanted to form an "American Cream".
Perhaps the size of a check he received?
Let's just keep this simple...
That's what they had!