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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Hey Al, a quick hi and wanted you to know I was thinking about you. Sending you well wishes and thought you'd be interested in my return to the world of vintage: I picked up this lefty 1964 ES-345 in June. What an amazing guitar! Take care Amigo!
    A recent gig pic:
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Story behind this one is, ES-345 ordered by Jimmy Fey in 1964. He wanted his name inlayed into an ebony board, and Gibson complied. Jimmy used this guitar with the band, The Unknowns, who later changed their name to Spur. They released three singles as The Unknown?, The Unknowns, and an album after they changed their band name to Spur. The album was from 1968. I got the guitar from Alex Pavchinski in June, by then the original fingerboard with Jimmy's name had been swapped for a traditional style fingerboard. The Varitone and stereo wiring are still intact, and I have no plans to convert it to mono. I run a "Y" cord into the two channels of my Deluxe Reverb and while not really stereo, it works great.
    I recently was contacted by Rick Willard, who was the bass player in The Unknowns/Spur, who gave me a lot of info about Jimmy Fey, and the band days. They never realized fame and fortune, but as a regional band were tapped to open for Cream, Bob Segar, The Greatfull Dead, The Byrds, and others. Rick told me a pretty funny story about when Clapton started a back-stage conversation with him asking, "have you ever heard of Frank Zappa?" He also provided an autographed copy of their album from 1968. Unfortunately, Jimmy died in May, but the guys from the band still remained friends, even after the band split in 1972.
    Best to you Al.lefty 64 es 345 j.jpglefty 64 es 345 a.jpgjimmy fey.jpgjimmy fee 2.jpglefty 64 es 345 aa.jpg

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread


    My dog, Bo is good for some comic relief.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Looks nice, Steve. Always a treat to know the backstory and history.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    A positive VIBE coming your way Big AL..............The AlBurst


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    Heh, heh. WTF! It ain't yellow and is that a REAL neck and not some skinny, thin ass wimpy one?? No high gain ceramic pups??!!!!!

    I have an Amber Studio Lite Plus, with an absolutely stunning three piece matched flame top and the stupid thin, early 90's Classc type neck with ebony board. I couldn't bond with the Classic ceramic 500T/496R pups so it has Duncan P rails. Also a yellowish pale Unburst, [one of those Guitar of the Week runs from several years ago], with what USA Gibson called a 50's neck profile, [not even close, more like a real 1960, but rounded C shape], and hot Duncan double cream Antiquity pups w/flipped magnet neck and pup for the Peter Green thang.

    My favorite R9 Lemonburst is faded into a Lemondrop but at least has a toneful, fat real neck. So for all my ribbing you about yeller Classics kinda bit me in the ass, and 11 Les Pauls at home and not a proper Cherryburst in the lot!

    I can't see buying one now, so seeing how I've 3 that always remind me of the yellow Les Paul evangelist, TA, I'll adopt that beauty in spirit.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Hi Al,

    Long time no speak, so I thought I would drop in and say 'Hello'.

    Here's pics of this old dog (I'm 69 at the end of the month!) from last night's gig (5th Sep). Still enjoying getting out and playing, and having a great time with the other guitarist in the band. Must be mad!





    You can see how the binding has 'yellowed' on my '91 Custom in the second photo.

    Take care, mate.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by John Vasco View Post
    Hi Al,

    Long time no speak, so I thought I would drop in and say 'Hello'.

    Here's pics of this old dog (I'm 69 at the end of the month!) from last night's gig (5th Sep). Still enjoying getting out and playing, and having a great time with the other guitarist in the band. Must be mad!





    You can see how the binding has 'yellowed' on my '91 Custom in the second photo.

    Take care, mate.
    Great photos John! I bet it was a real fun gig.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by John Vasco View Post
    Hi Al,

    Long time no speak, so I thought I would drop in and say 'Hello'.

    Here's pics of this old dog (I'm 69 at the end of the month!) from last night's gig (5th Sep). Still enjoying getting out and playing, and having a great time with the other guitarist in the band. Must be mad!





    You can see how the binding has 'yellowed' on my '91 Custom in the second photo.

    Take care, mate.
    Man that’s got to be one rare bird guitar! A lefty kinda darkburst custom from 1991? Looks cool as hell too. I’d wager she’s not a featherweight? Great pics! Are you playing thru the Mesa?

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by John Vasco View Post
    Hi Al,

    Long time no speak, so I thought I would drop in and say 'Hello'.

    Here's pics of this old dog (I'm 69 at the end of the month!) from last night's gig (5th Sep). Still enjoying getting out and playing, and having a great time with the other guitarist in the band. Must be mad!





    You can see how the binding has 'yellowed' on my '91 Custom in the second photo.

    Take care, mate.
    John!!, THAT IS IT BROTHER!!! You always look like you have such good gigs and enjoy it fully! You get t, you hagis eating plank spanking highlander. Do ya still have that killer Jr??

    Playing with your pals is still the single greatest thing I can think of in this whole guitar endeavour we're in and you alwys are right in the thick of it. I know Tom and Charley stay pretty active and Tom has posted pics from his jams and seems to have a great time doing so.

    I miss that so much!!! I'd give anything to have one last play with my pals. I have had the pleasure of bending strings with Steve "Crawdaddio" Craw a few times over the years, he sings as well so it's quite fun.

    I'm glad to see you are still enjoying it, John. You made my day, mate!
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Pellman73 View Post
    Man that’s got to be one rare bird guitar! A lefty kinda darkburst custom from 1991? Looks cool as hell too. I’d wager she’s not a featherweight? Great pics! Are you playing thru the Mesa?
    No, it's not a featherweight! Nearly as heavy as my '76 Deluxe!

    Here's a front-on view of the top with the scratchplate removed:


    I'm playing through my Mesa Boogie F-50 Limited Edition. It's in blue vinyl, and differs from the normal F-50s in that there are no bolts through the front of the cab holding the 12" speaker in place.


    The other Les Paul I gig with is my 2009 '08 Standard.
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    As you stand close before me, baby all I do is stare,
    And you know, you've got it all, you've got it there"

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    John!!, THAT IS IT BROTHER!!! You always look like you have such good gigs and enjoy it fully! You get t, you hagis eating plank spanking highlander. Do ya still have that killer Jr??

    Playing with your pals is still the single greatest thing I can think of in this whole guitar endeavour we're in and you alwys are right in the thick of it. I know Tom and Charley stay pretty active and Tom has posted pics from his jams and seems to have a great time doing so.

    I miss that so much!!! I'd give anything to have one last play with my pals. I have had the pleasure of bending strings with Steve "Crawdaddio" Craw a few times over the years, he sings as well so it's quite fun.

    I'm glad to see you are still enjoying it, John. You made my day, mate!

    Oh Man! I'm a Scouser, not from north of the border!

    Yeah, I still have the LP Junior, and gig it in rotation with the Standard and the Custom:


    Barrie, the other guitarist, and I have gigged since the late-1960s, so there's no ego present at all. When we work on a new song, one of us always says 'the solo in this is your style, you run with it'. So his style and his Fender work on certain songs, and my more rock style works on others (such as 'Walk in my shadow' & 'The Hunter' by Free, 'Crossroads', 'Call me the breeze' [Skynerd version]). The two earlier pics I posted were taken when we were doing 'Around and around', based on the Stones version. Aside from the main Chuck Berry riff, there's a fast part towards the end, and Barrie always says to me before we start 'You'll make a balls of it tonight, mate!' 'You'll see!' I say, so I always turn to him at that part of the song and pull it off, hence me playing high up the neck while he plays rhythm low down, him laughing trying to put me off! We are of an age now where we just go out and enjoy it and hope it transmits to the audience.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Johnny's longtime go to amp the F-50.......MESA sure made a lot of beautiful sounding amps to cater your ears courtesy of Mr. Smith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trans-Am View Post
    Johnny's longtime go to amp the F-50.......MESA sure made a lot of beautiful sounding amps to cater your ears courtesy of Mr. Smith
    Who do you think turned him on to that amp now, hmm?
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Hi Big Al,

    my newest acquisition - 2014 LP Junior Historic 57, this one is really a tone monster, best from all Historic Junior an Specials i ever had. Absolutely shines through my Hiwatt.



    My diagnosis is: Hiwatt and Norlinphilia


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Progrocker111 View Post
    Hi Big Al,

    my newest acquisition - 2014 LP Junior Historic 57, this one is really a tone monster, best from all Historic Junior an Specials i ever had. Absolutely shines through my Hiwatt.



    I've owned many original 50's Jr's and used one as my primary guitar forever. I remember Steve Craw asking me once why, with so many nice guitars in my possession, did I choose to use a lowly Jr? To be fair, Steve had just gotten a 57 goldtop Historic R7 and was in tone heaven, under the powerful sway of the accurate 50's Standard reissue spell that the Historic offers and the general impression most have of Jrs and Melody Makers as cheap, student grade guitars, far below the top line models.

    A mindset or opinion, I've never held. These guitars are serious tone monsters and offer a very responsive, expressive tone and great playabilty that is as good as it gets. The Historic Reissue Jrs capture all that magic and glory. I sold off almost all my vintage Jrs as I find the new reissues nail it perfectly.

    Oh my good lawdy miss molly!!! I wish I could be there, with you my good friend. I can just imagine how that beautiful slab of mahogany, p90 loaded, wraptail tone monster must sound like through your mighty Hiwatt!!!!! What a great combination. There are universes of tone within the volume and tone controls. You just have to turn 'em a little.

    EXCELLENT SCORE!!!!
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    What a waistline on that Junior P90 growl with an attitude yes!

    Congrats to another adage to your arsenal.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    Who do you think turned him on to that amp now, hmm?
    Hey Al, I knew it was somewhat connected to you....the thread i think is still alive and kicking? John?
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    IVE BEEN CRYING AND I AM IN AWFUL PAIN

    THE METAL HUMERUS ERUPTED THROUGH THE SKIN OF MY UPPER ARM MUCH WORSE THIS TIME

    I CANT PUSH IT BACK THE BLEEDING HAS SLOWED AND I BANDAGED IT UP

    SUPPOSED TO BE A NICE DAY SO I WANT TO GO FOR A LONG WALK WHEN THE SUN COMES UP


    FAMILY DOESNT KNOW YET ILL GO TO THE HOSPITOL AFTER MY WALK


    THERES ALOT I WANT TO SAY BUT CANT RIGHT NOW

    IT HURTS

    IM SCARED

    I THINK I GONNA LOSE MY ARM

    YOURE GONNA MISS ME

    see ya
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    IVE BEEN CRYING AND I AM IN AWFUL PAIN

    THE METAL HUMERUS ERUPTED THROUGH THE SKIN OF MY UPPER ARM MUCH WORSE THIS TIME

    I CANT PUSH IT BACK THE BLEEDING HAS SLOWED AND I BANDAGED IT UP

    SUPPOSED TO BE A NICE DAY SO I WANT TO GO FOR A LONG WALK WHEN THE SUN COMES UP


    FAMILY DOESNT KNOW YET ILL GO TO THE HOSPITOL AFTER MY WALK


    THERES ALOT I WANT TO SAY BUT CANT RIGHT NOW

    IT HURTS

    IM SCARED

    I THINK I GONNA LOSE MY ARM

    YOURE GONNA MISS ME

    see ya

    Awwww man!!! So sorry to hear Big Al

    Hang tight brother, all will be well. Hoping and praying for you!
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al View Post
    IVE BEEN CRYING AND I AM IN AWFUL PAIN

    THE METAL HUMERUS ERUPTED THROUGH THE SKIN OF MY UPPER ARM MUCH WORSE THIS TIME

    I CANT PUSH IT BACK THE BLEEDING HAS SLOWED AND I BANDAGED IT UP

    SUPPOSED TO BE A NICE DAY SO I WANT TO GO FOR A LONG WALK WHEN THE SUN COMES UP


    FAMILY DOESNT KNOW YET ILL GO TO THE HOSPITOL AFTER MY WALK

    THERES ALOT I WANT TO SAY BUT CANT RIGHT NOW

    IT HURTS

    IM SCARED

    I THINK I GONNA LOSE MY ARM

    YOURE GONNA MISS ME

    see ya
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Hang in there brother Big Al. I am sorry to hear this and hoping for relief from your pain.

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    So gutted to hear this - keep courage, BA!!!

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    My thoughts are with you.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by KennyF View Post
    I wish there was something I could say that would comfort you... Love ya brother!
    I feel the same.
    My love and best wishes to you, Big Al!!
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    I hope you found at least some serenity on your walk this morning. We are thinking about you out here in California Big Al which we do a lot anyway because your wit and wisdom are indispensable. Much love to you brother!
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    wishing you relief from your pain Big Al!

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    I feel the same.
    My love and best wishes to you, Big Al!!
    Same here. You're still on the right side of the dirt. Sending love.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    I feel the same.
    My love and best wishes to you, Big Al!!

    +1000

    I’m really sorry Big Al. I know there’s nothing anyone can really say to make you feel better but we’re all pulling for you and wishing you the best. Hang in there Big Al.


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    Best wishes and my thoughts and prayers to you Big Al

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    Keep fighting like fuck Big Un.

    Nobody is ready to miss you just yet.

    ...As easy as you can get it Mate.

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    Hang in there Al; sending as much Mojo as I can.
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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    More people have you in their prayers than you know, Al. I hope you can feel our collective moejo, winging your way.

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    Hoping you the best Al !!
    Ive never confused owning a bunch of high end gear with being some kind of a guitar player I'm a hack and I love guitars !

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    won't you ...... Please !

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    I wish I was a doctor who knew as much about curing cancer, as you know about Gibson guitars. I could rid the world of this terrible disease.

    Wishing you all the best!!

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strings Jr. View Post
    I wish I was a doctor who knew as much about curing cancer, as you know about Gibson guitars. I could rid the world of this terrible disease.

    Wishing you all the best!!

    Randy
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strings Jr. View Post
    I wish I was a doctor who knew as much about curing cancer, as you know about Gibson guitars. I could rid the world of this terrible disease.

    Wishing you all the best!!

    Randy
    +1000.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    How about some music Lads?

    Here's one for you Big Un...


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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Haven't read a Big Al post for over two weeks. I'm worried about the big guy.

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    Re: The Big Al Good Mojo thread

    Originally Posted by Strings Jr.
    I wish I was a doctor who knew as much about curing cancer, as you know about Gibson guitars. I could rid the world of this terrible disease.

    Wishing you all the best!!

    Randy


    Quote Originally Posted by sonar View Post
    +1000.
    ^This to the umpteenth power. Jeez. Peace Al. Mojo sent.

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