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What did you used to could look like?


Fumblyfingers

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Okay so we have seen what most of us look like now. I propose taking this to the next level....what did ya used to could look like.

 

I'll go first, narcissist that I am.

 

This from the early 90's....

 

http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d42/Gypsyfingers/img029_2.jpg

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Y'all'd shit if it was like Will Smith in "Men In Black"...he gets the little teeny gun and bitches about it, and when he shoots it, it knocks him across the room.

 

Kinda like that little amp. ;)

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Too much talking and not enough posting going on here. (Flaming Ember????)

 

The year was 1976.

 

http://www.timrogan.com/guitars/youngme.jpg

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Originally posted by Fumblyfingers:

....what did ya used to could look like.

You must be from the south....Jeff Foxworthy used that same phrase ("used to could") on one of his comedy albums as phrases used in the south. :D

 

(FWIW, I am a FL native, but I've never ever heard that phrase growing up.)

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Originally posted by Fumblyfingers:

The Hot Wax Sessions......genius!

Fumble, The Hot Wax Sessions where really MoTown Studio B, MoTowns off campus facility on Grand River Av. in Detroit. This is the studio that for the most part was used by white bands it was a full function self contained studio with a huge live room because it was a converted theatre. It also had the traditional baffled rooms. If deep reverb was needed the tracks where sent to the main reverb tunnel at the HitsVille facility most people are familiar with. Hot Wax was the label that was mostly dedicated to bands working for Holland Dozer and Holland, this is where we recorded.
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October, at Electric Ladyland...

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v603/BillPark/mecouch.jpg

 

1970s....

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v603/BillPark/me70sedit2.jpg

 

With the Allmans in the 70s...

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v603/BillPark/02-15-06_0848.jpg

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Here you are. Click it for a look...

 

http://img202.imageshack.us/img202/5513/bethelnurseryschool19726cc.th.jpg

 

 

Me, 34 years ago. Last November I went to my 20 year high school reunion and had some nice conversations with three of the girls in this picture. In only wish I knew I was going to be there in advance. I'd have dug this photo up. :)

 

This was taken 3 years or so prior to my picking up a guitar for the first time. :D

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You know it, Lee! :D

 

We had a piano long before I arrived and my mom always encouraged us to play it. I must've been just a bit older than this pic when I began piano lessons. Didn't like practicing though, and it fell by the wayside. I'm amazed I was able to convince my parents to let me take guitar. Probably only happened because I took my mom's place. After a few weeks after I began playing she'd all but given up on lessons and they were mine! :D

 

I still like to bang on the piano! :freak: (Nothing like awaking at 3am to the sound of kitty paws tickling the ivories in melodies more spooky than the themes from Jaws or Halloween. :eek: )

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This would be something like 25 years ago I think.

 

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Can't say as I've changed much [big Grin]

Woah. Dude.

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