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klasaine

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'Never My Love' by The Association (Don and Dick Addrisi), 1967
Not really in the TG style of chord/melody other than me being inspired in an overall way by him. *There's a of bit of scalewise bass movement and harmonics (end).

I just got this axe. It's a 1964 (or '65) Sears 'Silvertone' 1457 with the amp in the case. *Rebranded Danelectro. I am using the amp in the case with some reverb and delay added for 'space'. Not an easy guitar to play 'pretty' on. Way more of a funky blues/rock machine.


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I really enjoyed that Ken. I think Danelectro guitars are neat too, yours looks like it's new man, really nice! Sounds great.
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klasaine

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That axe and case (amp) were literally in a closet for 51 years. It got liberated about two months ago. It had the original strings on it as well as the 1/4" cable that came with it ... all functioning.

I do a little 'tour' of it here ...

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Ken,
Very nice arrangement.  I really dug it.
Quite an interesting ax.  I'm sure Ted would have had some facts about it and had a blast playing it.
Wild - amp in a case.  Guess that would be good for street playin'.

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