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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by Parttime, Aug 22, 2019.
stumbled across this picture
Check out the logo
Yes, their first logo. This must be the early London days, I guess early ‘81.
Here’s a couple more
Original knobs with mud switch
Added dice, no mud switch with different pick guard. The truss rod cover is missing also. He must have been fine tuning the action.
When you're on your own journey, it's cool to be able to reflect on how far others have come, as well.
I spy a zero fret in the first picture too. Maybe the truss rod cover being off is related to the nut mod.
It's also odd to think that those "retro" outfits they're wearing were only about 20 or so years old at the time. But fashion sure changed quickly and drastically in those years. If I dressed up for a gig in late '90s clothes, I'm not sure anybody would even notice. I'd be in an untucked button-down shirt and jeans. Which is exactly what I'm wearing right now.
They are all so skinny in those pics! Must have not been making enough $$ to eat properly!
When I was that age I was skinny, too. Didn't matter what or how much I ate.
Since my marriage, however...
Unfortunately, I NEVER had that problem... ever!
oh too be young again ...... the kid came a long way from ( Massapequa ) , Long Island , N.Y.
Lol the whole country was skinnier then. Average adult weight has gone up 15-20lbs since Woodstock. I don't think it's all muscle.
All the money they did not spend on food they obviously invested in hairspray.
When the Cats were just Kittens.
Brian's ability is still the biggest part of his tone, but a vintage Bassman and Roland Space Echo are not bad choices to help out.
Lee is awesome, his bullet proof album is great.
Jim is stil that skinny and keeps the rockabilly beat alive.
I'm glad they did the reunion tour. The show was amazing.