Stumblin's Electric Adventures!

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Stumblin's Electric Adventures!

Postby stumblin » Mon May 16, 2011 5:07 pm

Hi.
I got this Egmond Lucky Seven a few years ago, it was knackered and all the hardware was missing. So I got it repaired at inordinate expense (considering the cheap and nasty nature of the instrument).
This guitar was clearly designed and built by people who had no notion of music and had the design of the guitar told to them over the telephone by someone speaking in an accent they couldn't quite understand.
It really fights you every step of the way.
Aanyhoo...
Here's the new tune:
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Re: Stumblin's Electric Adventures!

Postby Stackabones » Mon May 16, 2011 5:15 pm

Cool. I'm a huge Pignose fan, too. I use one at all my gigs. It can actually get a pretty sweet clean tone. 8)
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Re: Stumblin's Electric Adventures!

Postby Les Again » Wed May 18, 2011 6:48 pm

Hey Andy, you sure don't stumble when you plying that guitar.

You make it sound good there man.

If I just only heard the guitar part I would have bet it was Robert Nighthawk on Maxwell Street.
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Re: Stumblin's Electric Adventures!

Postby stumblin » Thu May 19, 2011 7:54 am

Les Again wrote:Hey Andy, you sure don't stumble when you plying that guitar.

You make it sound good there man.

If I just only heard the guitar part I would have bet it was Robert Nighthawk on Maxwell Street.

Thanks, Les,
That is surely one of the nicest and kindest things anyone has ever said to me!
I'm very touched.
For a guitar made of hardboard and with a neck the size of a well grown tree, it does respond surprisingly well to being handled firmly.
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