Well, I’m all over the map here. The collecting side of my brain digs the 1960’s, the plug-in-an-play side of my brain wants the latest, greatest. I don’t have much to say from an historical standpoint, but stick around. In twenty years this page will have all kinds of stories!
Below: Rickenbacker. In my opinion, still one of the coolest guitars that the good old USA ever kicked out. I’m quite fond of them because most of my favorite bands played them. The Grestch, what a great machine. The Jazzmaster is fittingly signed by Dick Dale. The Les Paul has a story… I bought it (in disrepair) from some kid in San Jose, CA. I fixed her up and sold it to a nice fella in Indianapolis. A few months later, I get a call from a Sgt. Spagnola, “Hey Mike, that Les Paul you bought was stolen and I need it back”. Damn. Fortunately Mr. Indianapolis was cool, and after a series of email’s, phone calls and shipping expenses, the clock was turned back. Now the original owner has a nicely refurbished Les Paul Special, courtesy me. Never did get a thank you call from him or Sgt. Spag-whatever…
2 thoughts on “1990’s Guitars”
What can you tell me about who built the 1995 Lucky 7 Electric Guitar. It rings a bell but I just can’t place it. Thanx, Todd
Hi, would also be interested in finding out about the Lucky 7 as I have the same one but know very little about it! Internet search only brings me here.