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I think he lives down south in Hampshire which isn't far from Cheltenham
I'm sure he can afford it....
This week...from ATB in Cheltenham UK
The wonders of Instagram.....
Looks like NG has bagged a 1963 Chet Atkins...looks sweet.
Open mic night last week. ..everyone loved the Dano. ..
I couldn't resist this Dano '67 Heaven in orange croc finish. They are now discontinued, and the only one I could find was on Amazon. It was the...
I really like the 3 pickup version which is no longer available.
Luckily I've found one
I have gas for one of these. Does anyone have any experience of one. ?
The guy in the check shirt is my local guitar shop owner - John Priest of Peach Guitars.
Absolutely top guy he is too!!
They look okay...but don't blow my socks off. I'll be sticking with my white PJ.
Who is/are your favourite tele player/players. ..?
I'll kick off with Luther Perkins and Robbie Robertson with a dash of Roy Buchanon.
Fascinating stuff. I love stories like this - excuse my ignorance, but I had never heard of 'tic-tac' bass!
Thanks Mr T...!
Running the gauntlet of new threads, and a quick cursory search...what was the first album you purchased, and what is the best gig you have...
old skool bluegrass..love it
Didn't Adam Ant buy it from Brian Setzer..?
I have a "bitsa" telecaster which I love, and sounds great. Probably not worth a penny, but who cares...?
Elvis was cool in the early seventies ..... but only for a short time.
Bobby Moore and West Ham playing proper football..
Muscle cars, Exile on Main Street, Keef, Sex Pistols, Can, Robert Gordon and Link Wray, Osibisa, Hippy chicks, Cheap fags, Tubular Bells, Free,...
I Flathead is a good album, I particularly like the track 'Cry Like I've Never Been Hurt'
They are fantastic guitars. It is my first choice for open mic nights.
There's something very provocatively sensual about that - I could go on, but I'd probably be in danger of being accused of sexism.....
I think Tavo has a favourite '99 of some Gretschiness