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I know you guys are sick of me posting about J. Geils, but I purchased the Morning After and Sanctuary albums at a record store today.
Saw on the back of the Sanctuary album that J. Geils was playing a Vox Teardrop electric guitar.
When did he acquire this guitar, what albums/tracks did he use...
Ben Franklin was a pretty good guy, and I don't want to cause irreversible damage to his reputation or to his estate's representation.
But I didn't really think he was influential as, say, Confucius or Thomas Jefferson. I like that Ben Franklin patented a lot of inventions, and made everyday...
I miss J. Geils, Not sure about anyone else, but he was an underrated guitarist. Monkey Island and Bloodshot are fantastic records. Was listening to them as I was writing this post. But my copy of Bloodshot is pressed on black vinyl instead of red. Maybe it was a repress?
He also played a blue...
Roger Fisher is a great guitarist, and I would like to know who owns that Roger Fisher double neck guitar now.
His Fender Stratocaster and Magic Man Gibson Les Paul got auctioned off a few years ago too.
Someone already posted that Roger Hodgson Gibson LP Picture, but it was used (along with the finger cymbals) on the Munich Famous Last Words tour.
He also played Guild 12 string acoustic guitars, a Music Man Ernie Ball Steve Lukather model electric guitar, and a Natural, alienated Fender...
Roger Hodgson played a natural, modified Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson Les Paul.
But seriously, Supertramp was insanely good. Crime of the Century is a must have for any collection. The guitar tone on that one just blows you away.
And School is good too.
He also played Guild 12 string...
Not sure if anybody knows about him, but he is the son of Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive guitarist Randy Bachman, and the nephew of drummer Robbie Bachman.
Tal Bachman had a small but classic hit in 1999 called She’s So High. I love that song. So much so that I wound up buying a copy of...
Randy Bachman has had back pain for several years, but he is a great guitarist. Randy Bachman and Robbie Robertson are some of the best Canadian guitarist who ever lived.
Here is Tal Bachman with that Les Paul (this photo was taken in 2005 at a concert in New Jersey)