Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by Tom Schuster, Feb 28, 2015.
Well you see what i end up doing when I get bored.... LOL
Wot! No Mick Taylor...?
Great googly moogly....
I think you may have missed this guy...
He makes "Get Your Ya-Yas Out" my fave Stones disk.
I saw QMS at the Governors' Hall
in Sacramento, in 1968. The two other acts on the bill were the Loading Zone and the Buffalo Springfield.
Matchbox of weed- $3
Hit of lsd25-$5
Just found Tom Petty with one on Refugee...
I didnt miss Frank my gawd!!!! look at the pic right after George Harrison......Hell....Frank was the first concert that i went out and bought my own ticket to go see......that would have been back in 72 I believe...think the tickets were like 7.50 a piece....general admission
found some others but they dont wont to cooperate at the moment grrrrrrr
Although not their primary axe... is there really anyone that hasn't done the SG?
Ritchie Blackmore. ES 335 then he was/is a Strat guy. Other than that I'm drawing a blank.
You're right though. Most have had their day (in most cases best sounding day) with the SG.
Terry Kath of Chicago. Great photo of him in the gatefold of the CTA album.
The good old days. I can't even afford nosebleed seats to a show, these days. Fortunately there aren't many I want to see, anyway.
A great SG player that seldom, if ever, is mentioned : Barry Goudreau.
Frank Hannon - Telsa
Tommy Shaw - Styx has a few
Glen Buxton, from the original Alice Cooper band. (One of my personal all-time favorite bands...)
Adrian Smith of Iron Maiden.
The King of Rock and Roll himself...
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