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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by TSims1, Apr 29, 2021.
James Burton: The Master of the Telecaster.
Jerry Lee anecdote: many years ago he and his crew stopped in a backwater gas station. Inside he found a rack of bootleg tapes of his music. Jerry Lee tore down the rack and stomped on all the illegal merch. When the attendent screamed, "What am I supposed to do now???!!!", Jerry Lee said, "Tell ‘em Killer was here", and walked out. Essence of cool. Always the essence of cool.
Looks great Tony, eye'd this off for a little bit on TDPRI, so cool it went to someone who will truely appreciate it.
I thought this was a GRETSCH forum….
Too cool, Tony!
Congrats Tony. Nice guitar with a history.
Playing a roots gig next weekend and I’m reminded that all one really needs is a guitar, amp, and a Mystery Brain. That’s it.
I love it! It'll go great with the Prince tele.
Congrats Tony,pretty cool Tele that!
That is some cool ****!
What's that amp?
At one point I was casting about for a leopard print strap but couldn't find one I liked. Who made that one?
Looks the same as that one on Thomann: https://m.thomann.de/fr/harley_benton_tube15_celestion.htm
weirdest gretsch I've ever seen, baldwin era?
Really cool! It is definitely good that you now have the signings protected.
I have a candy apple red James Burton signature. The neck is really a super nice shape and thickness. Those came
factory with US Texas special pickups. I remember reading that James had a lot of input on the design and features.
A bengal cat. The dots give it away... Or is it one of the Pantherae?
Doesn't purr, but makes noise.