Micro 4/3 Parkinsons Has Its Uses After All (Click to watch/listen)

Ray Sachs

Legend
Sep 21, 2010
Not too far from Philly
you should be able to figure it out...
Pete, you're bad, you're nationwide!

One of my favorite '70s bands - the 80's not quite as much. I had a friend back in the day who was a concierge at a hotel in Tucson, AZ, where I grew up and was still living, and he took good care of ZZ Top when they were in town, which was often in those days, and he became pretty tight friends with Billy Gibbons. Probably still is, but I lost touch with him several years back. But he had borrowed an electric guitar of mine to try to learn on - a short neck Fender Mustang, later made re-famous by Kurt Cobain - and when he was hanging out with Billy Gibbons, Gibbons played my old Mustang. According to rumor, he made it sound just a wee bit more than a tad better than I ever did or could! So I sold it to my friend because I thought it would somehow be sacrilege for me to ever play it again. I never met the man but he was about as good a blues player as the rock era ever produced...

-Ray
 

Petach

Hall of Famer
Oct 22, 2011
UK, Essex
Peter Tachauer
Pete, you're bad, you're nationwide!

One of my favorite '70s bands - the 80's not quite as much. I had a friend back in the day who was a concierge at a hotel in Tucson, AZ, where I grew up and was still living, and he took good care of ZZ Top when they were in town, which was often in those days, and he became pretty tight friends with Billy Gibbons. Probably still is, but I lost touch with him several years back. But he had borrowed an electric guitar of mine to try to learn on - a short neck Fender Mustang, later made re-famous by Kurt Cobain - and when he was hanging out with Billy Gibbons, Gibbons played my old Mustang. According to rumor, he made it sound just a wee bit more than a tad better than I ever did or could! So I sold it to my friend because I thought it would somehow be sacrilege for me to ever play it again. I never met the man but he was about as good a blues player as the rock era ever produced...

-Ray
What a great story Ray! But think, you can probably make a camera sing just a wee bit more than a tad better than ole Billy Gibbons!

My youngest Grandson (Luke, nearly 2) loves....nay.....adores this track. When I play it he holds his arms up to me and demands I scoop him up and dance up and down the kitchen. He shakes his head and pumps his arms. Rock and Roll!!!!
 

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