Hi Larry, great post! They may be more specific to my guitar, but some things have been carried into the future. What continues to strike me, apart from the beauty and warm tone of the instrument, is the scent of the rosewood. When I open the case it really smells like roses, much more than any other rosewood guitar I have owned or own.
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In a lengthy cover story, editor Marc Greilsamer sits down with David Rawlings to talk about his Epiphone Olympic guitar, making music with partner Gillian Welch and much more. Electric tenor guitars, oddball lap steels, Burns electrics, rare Gibsons and, of course, pipe organs abound. The world of music is littered with guitar inventions that went nowhere fast. A few endure and become accepted worldwide. Gene Parsons, drummer for the Byrds from to , crafted something in the latter category. His B-string Bender is used to this day by electric guitarists who want to mimic the sound of a pedal steel on their Telecasters. Rick Petreycik interviews Gene Parsons at his California workshop and hears the story of how Parsons and Clarence White brainstormed over the B-Bender and created music history.
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