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Does anybody know about that Burst that Ronnie is playing for years now on tour?
Is it an original vintage LP or is it a Custom Shop Historic.?
Photo by Hendrik Mulder
For those who are not familiar with Tony Zematis and his guitars
I'd like to post at first some older mag articles.
Alas, I can't find the "attach files" button.
That's the only way to post pics from here.
So this thread is over before it really started.
Don't know if this was posted here before or if this is the right forum for this sad news.
Danny yesterday died at 68. The info was brought by Mick Fleetwood on the bands website.
Saw the original Mac a few times in the late 60ies. Great band that was.
Pic is from yesterday, Feb. 4 2014, taken in Paris.
From Ronnie's Twitter-account:
Playing my new @gibsonguitar in my #breakingbad rehearsal T-shirt #stonesonfire
Is this a 2/pup L5 S?
I know that he already owns the single p/up version of it for many years.
Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor played two gigs as a tribute to Jimmy Reed this weekend at The Cutting Room in NYC.
A few days ago they played this Jimmy Reed Tribute concert in London at the Bluesfest.
Here's one of the vids with both using their Lesters.
(More on youtube)...
Here's a pic of Billy and Dusty from about a couple of weeks back playing in San Antonio Tx.
Of what I was told by a guy who had talk with Billy's tech, this is a out-of-the-box USA SG with the new repro vibrato.
Only the bridge p/up rewired and just 1 volume knob.
Does anybody has better pics...
Finally the Billy Gibbons pinstriped Goldtop LP might
go into production.
Not affiliated with TMZ in any way and as it isn't
for sale so far I'don't consider this SPAM.
But may the moderators judge it.
About a couple of months agao I was offered this 1959 Gibson Les Paul TV Model.
This was one of Rich Robinson's main recording and gigging guitars.
e.g. it was used when The Black Crowes toured with Jimmy Page in
The Pro-Seller mentioned that this model sometimes is mistaken for