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This got me going today.
I play my '36 Harmony Cremona for all my acoustic gigs. They don't make them like that anymore.I have a question. Do you still or have you owned guitars made in the 50's. Do you still take them out and use them?
I have owned some 50's guitars, 55 Paul, 54 refin tele, 55 Strat, and I still have one, A Harmony H-62. I play it out.
It seems the older I get, newer things seem to work.
I had a chance to buy that guitar 17 years ago. From what I remember the guy who had it traded Kid a couple AC-30's for it. Sounded great, but had a really thin neck on it. The original case had a bunch of cool old James Harman band stickers on it. I ended up buying a 50's 295 from him instead.I'm on a Kim kick. Great Brown Bandmaster/AC-30 tone!
Is that the ES-5 that is seen in Hollywood Fats video?
Thanks, did not recognize Duke R ( it's been a while for me) and I was thinking it was earlier...Guitarist are Duke Robillard and Kid Bangham. Post JLV.
This is in 1992 from a show on The Nashville Network called "The Texas Connection". They were promoting the first post-JLV release "Walk That Walk, Talk That Talk" which I think is an underrated record.When was this? It looks early, but no Jimmie Vaughan?
Who are the guitar players?
Sorry for my ignorance!
I just posted in the other thread too... The song is Hollywood Bop by Knockout Greg & Blue Weather on their Doin' Allright album... guitarist is Anders Lewen.Does anyone recognize this guitarists/song - links to question asked in an individual post: