Terry Kath - Chicago documentary

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  1. Wound_Up

    Wound_Up CUSTOM USER TITLE Silver Member

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    Just found this on YouTube and thought I'd share the link in case anyone wanted to watch it. Never been a huge Chicago fan but now that I play guitar, my musical horizons have drastically expanded. So I've been actively looking for stuff instead of actively avoiding it.

    Anyway. Just thought I would share.

    Rest in Peace, Terry.
     
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  2. Antstrat

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    Seen it, very well done and worth the watch.
     
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    Terry Kath was a GREAT player. Gone way too soon. RIP

    and yes the documentary is well worth a watch, even if Chicago was not to your taste
     
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    SOOOOO good and never talked about.
     
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    Yep - two thumbs up on this one. Very well done.
     
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    Chicago has always been one of my favorites. I'll be seeing them live on the 25th. I expect to love it.
     
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    Hey, what was that white Strat his daughter pulled out of the tweed case? Neck plate said 0003 and it looked to have a gold pickguard? That's not 1954 Stratocaster #0003 is it? I got excited as soon as I saw that tweed case. Lol
     
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    Not sure but it gave me wood.
     
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    Sadly, not available to view over here. He was great musician.

    His last words were: "Don't worry, it's not loaded..." What a waste. :(
     
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    Just realized it looks just like Gilmour's #0001. I also read that 1954 serial numbers actually started at #0100 so if that's true, then...???

    And that Tele with the Strat trem? I'd love to have that. The SG was nice, too. As well as the Ovation acoustic they pulled out. I'm telling you...I got happy for his daughter when I saw grandma pull all those cases out from random places. Lol
     
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    Alder?
     
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    Oak.
     
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    Oh my!!