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I hear what you're saying. I agree with you insofar as saying his career is as good as any. Better than many, in fact.
What I'm saying is his...
Love his stuff with Cream.
Stuff with Derek and the Dominoes was still great.
Wonderful Tonight, Lay Down Sally....... Meh,...
I thought the thread title referred to a Salvation Army band.!!!!!:D
Neck feels quite slim. Satin finish, not gloss.
I have a Schecter Damien Elite. For the money, about £560 UK if I remember right, I can't fault it. Good quality build, EMG active pickups, great...
And here it is. :thumb:
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Michael Schenker, without a doubt. Joe Bonamassa close 2nd.
Welcome to the forum.
Sadly Ian died in 2014, RIP.
[MEDIA]The Faces were one of the finest good time rock and roll bands to come out of the UK. Back when Rod was cool.
The Rolling who?
Saw the thread title and thought I was on the wrong forum!!!!!:whistling::whistling:
Geddy is my biggest influence on bass. Geddy and Chris Squire, legendary!!
My 2009 Trad in Heritage Cherry. The year is stamped on the rear of the headstock. [ATTACH]
Not exactly working all night if you're noodling on a guitar are you?
Wish I had time to noodle on a guitar while I'm at work.
Just sayin' like....
Now they were a REAL girl band!
Although in all honesty, gender shouldn't matter. You're either talented or you aint.
Name my guitar????
It's a guitar.
No need for a name.
My wife doesn't name her vacuum cleaner.
I don't name my guitars.
Just lately I'm obsessing over getting a 70's reissue. Just love the look [ATTACH]
Totally agree. You just said more or less exactly what I was gonna say.
I have 9 electrics, 2 acoustics and 1 bass. All in hard cases, which take up a lot of space in our spare room. Plus the amps.
I have 2 Firebirds...