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I'll have to check them out.
Saw them several times back in the 70's. They always delivered the goods.
In my time of dying
In the light
You shook me
Indeed. Man, I can remember that 1st release thinking it was the most exciting thing I'd ever heard on vinyl. Musically, those were the...
I say get a clean amp and buy two different dirt pedals. Why use a processor if you're needs are only what you describe?
Very nice - thanks for posting this!
My favorite slider of all time.
Not these days, they couldn't.
I was there. He also played a small Dallas venue a couple of months later and me and a few high school buddies met him afterwards. A couple of...
Which is more than most other popular rock guitarists. He is a rock and roll guy. Yes, he's disappointed me over the last few years but he really...
Ain't he killer?
Love her guitar tones.
I really like the intro to Ten Years After's, "I'm going home" from the Woodstock concert.
Indeed they did. I remember having that same issue of GP back in the day.
Travers is probably the one guitarist that initially got me...
Thanks for the response. I love Pat's earlier tones. He's such a tasteful player.
Love that album. Wore it out when it was first released.
On a side note --- maybe you guys can enlighten me: Travers' default guitar sound has...
They were the very first band I ever saw live (opening for Aerosmith in 1977). Loved the four shows that I saw during the 70's.
Great job, mang! Very cool.
*Agree with the black background/printer ink issue*
Paul: Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey