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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by jpervin, May 16, 2011.
...which one would it be?
There are a handful of these out there...always thought it was one of the coolest guitars ever made. It would match the American flag that hangs in my studio too!
One of jp's bursts.
Gram Parsons S-J200
Jorma Kaukonen's ES-345.
Clarence White/Marty Stuart B-Bender Tele.
Tony Rice's D-28
Robben Ford's telecaster
David Grier's D-18
Reb Beechs kramer from the seventeen video.
Randy RHodes Les Paul
Aldo Novas Les Paul that shoots lazer beams in the fantasy video.
Danny Gatton's '53 Tele
Billy Gibbons' Pearly Gates
Dan Baird's '57 Esquire
Rick Nielsen's Uncle Dick
Alvin Lee's Big Red.
Mark Farner's metal, taped f hole guitar
Anyone's SG (they all payed one at one time or other!) from back in the day.
Don't have an absolute #1 but the following would be "up there":
John Lennon's little Rick or Casino
Paul's Hofner Bass
Neil Young's D-28 (which was Hank William's...)
Neil Young's Ol' Black LP
Jerry Garcia's "Gator" Strat
***any guitar touched my Mike Bloomfield!
any guitar that the Jedi Master Trey played.
Yes! He let Bob Dylan borrow it for a while too.
Fripps' 59 black beauty
SRV's Number One
Zappa's Hendrix guitar
Howard Leese's Golden Eagle
i could go on and on... but the first few that come to mind... on this day... at this moment...
Albert King's original Flying V, owned now by Steven Seagal. (on the left)
Chuck Berry's ES-350
Hank Garland's ES-345
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