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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by marshallfender, Oct 11, 2017.
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