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My old teacher Fred Sokolow has a complete course in Uke, cool guy too!
Terrific looking instrument!
A genuine person and artist.
That's real nice looking!
I love Classical Music but never felt inclined to try to play classical guitar. I thought I'd like to play Jazz and listened to all the right...
I think it works now--bad audio but it's live at the Starwood!
Kossoff's last gig:
try now, it worked for me...
Neil's twangy voice and raunchy tweed amp always get me:
I'm listening to my original album, with the black velvet paper cover.
45rpm Sky 5E3 sounds really good:
I love the cleans on this, and lots of versatility with the foot switch.
My Time is While On My Gently Side My Weeps
(While My Guitar Gently Weeps & Time is On My Side)
It's a guitar tattoo, or more like a cattle brand I suppose.
The big controversy is that "there ain't no controversy about Led Zeppelin."
I like guit, I like pup, I like humbuckers--heck, I even like mojo with some hair on it!
Bukka says "Ya don't need no stinkin' cable!"
Working on the Road by Ten Years After
(Note at 0.52 seconds where it sounds like the engineer leans on the tape reel. This is on my original...
Still a good song:
I needed to hear this, it always revives me during a tough day:
In my opinion the good stuff is just the illusion of sloppiness, it's the swing of rock, and that swing we call sloppy in rock vocabulary.
Somebody say they like Big Necks?
Are these necks fat enough for 'ya?
He said it took him a long time--2 months--to get bends and vibrato right. It's funny how at 9 that two months seems like a long time!
Yep, that maple neck one has the magic sauce for sure!
We're on a Mountain and going higher!