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Willie G. Moseley

How to rock the Fourth of July: I got yer red, white and blue, right here!

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Photo and concept by Sean Cummings. Appropriately includes two British amplifiers. Ain't this a beautimous presentation?

 Sent to me from a longtime friend in San Diego, and who wouldn't want to pass this along on this holiday? Thanks, Barney!

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That Standel in the middle...yow! Is that an accordion amp? Bet it sounds great. 

Thanks for the share, WM. 

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On 7/5/2019 at 12:08 AM, RobB said:

That Standel in the middle...yow! Is that an accordion amp? Bet it sounds great. 

Thanks for the share, WM. 

Ahhh yes, Standels and Polytones were originally designed for accordion players but were quickly adopted by jazz guitarists. Wes Montgomery used a Standel later in his career. I think George Benson actually played Polytones and a Standel or two at some point.

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What’s the tailpiece on the red SG?

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^^^^appears to be the mechanism for the original sideways/Rube Goldberg vibrato that appeared on the SG-shaped Les Pauls. The handle and cover plate appear to be missing. YMMV

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On ‎7‎/‎5‎/‎2019 at 12:08 AM, RobB said:

That Standel in the middle...yow! Is that an accordion amp? Bet it sounds great. 

Thanks for the share, WM. 

Looks Like a 25L15:   Standel 25L15

 

 

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