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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by marshallfender, Oct 11, 2017 at 7:08 PM.
Outta my LP collection. Couple strats.
Wow...that top cover brings back some memories! JD Sumner (the guy in the middle) was the bass singer for the Blackwood Brothers. A gospel group...I've only seen a hundred times.
I don't have any album covers, but, if it counts the first time I saw a Mosrite guitar was on a Ventures cover...they were the coolest of the cool for a while. IT was this album...
And, of course...
Adnormaltoy, when I had my first Strat in 1963-64 I can not remember when, I tried a Mosrite. Very narrow neck a lot more then my Strat at the time. It didn't sound or play as good. I think it was the same price or a little cheaper. Maybe it was a low end model. I was glad I had the Strat which to me was a very much better guitar.
Me too...so, glad. In 64 I was still several years away from my first guitar. But, that album made me want to...be a drummer! (?) I'm so glad that one fell by the wayside as well...I am not coordinated enough to be a drummer.
But, when I did try a Mosrite...the neck reminded me of a Rickenbacker.
"Songs from the Crystal Caves". Thank you. (Sure that's not a Rush album?)
The guitar in this iconic photo has quite a history aside from the music Frampton created with it.
The most memorable, to me at least