I have no more SG's, nothing new to say...so see y'all around the net!
Argentines, like Django did.
My jazz guitars, a 175 (well I play rock on it too) and an old Kay with a carved top, new neck, new Gretsch pickup.
The Selmer copy - yes it is an archtop, as is the mandolin on the table
that's my trapeze 335
I should never have sold that guitar
My hollow body bass
With trapeze tailpiece!
I love it!
I started on a Top Value (or was it Green Stamps) 'ukulele about 1969-70. I got into guitar and bass and was gigging by 1972.
School band was a...
I have the same instrument branded "Stadium". It's a great sound and quite the bang-for-the-buck.
It's a one-trick pony but it does that one...
Who needs a fretless guitar? The oud is the original fretless guitar!
The drop in IQ is explained well in the opening scenes of "Idiocracy"
Which he got in August each year.
One of my heros. RIP
Now it's 8, I've been using a Mustang for small gigs!
I recorded this for a project last year, and want to share.
Have a rum drink with a paper umbrella!
Well we all think our nonna's recipes are best.
Nice to know Vagabondo's still around.
And next time I'm in the area I'll try your suggestions....
Well, we all have our standards!
So who still makes GOOD old-school Italian food in the NYC area? I used to like Oggi's and Il Vagabondo.
I play a lot of gigs with easy to find budget gear.
Other than my 175, all my other guitars are under 800 bucks retail, most a lot less, and...
Yeah, Tony, life is good.
How's things in NY?
1. 70's ES335 w/ trapeze tailpiece
2. 60's SG special
3. SHo-Bud pedal Steel
4. Fender BF Showman amp
5. 15" JBL for above amp
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