An almost complete collection of late 70’s Fender range in Antigua finish, a sort of beige sunburst. Personally I find this finish so ugly it’s beautiful, I’ve got a maple neck strat in this finish on my wishlist.
A friend and I saw Johnny Winter perform up close last January. He was an amazing guitarist who played with amazing guitarists, a true bluesman. He will be missed.
He has a new album coming out in September featuring many guests along with a documentary that was released a few mobths ago. Check them out.
That’s All - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Such an amazing guitarist and woman, never fails to impress me.
(+ soft spot for that gretsch… I have the reissue…. she usually uses gibsons)
New t-shirt arrived. Masters of the les paul: JIMMY PAGE, JEFF BECK, ERIC CLAPTON, PETER GREEN.
Be Careful What You Do (Chess Records, 1953)
John Brim - guitar, vocals
Robert Lockwood, jr. - guitar
Little Walter - harmonica
Willie Dixon - bass
Fred Below - drums
I want to be Jeff Beck. One great Beck hack is to use a metal nut so that your strings don’t have so much friction through all that whammy action, isn’t that neat-o?!?!
Mississippi is the birthplace of America’s music… Blues music.
I found this and thought it was a perfect way to fit into my new surroundings.
My Blues name is Buddy Back Bailey. Don’t wear it out.
What’s your Blues name?
I guess I’m Curly Smoke Green. I can dig it…