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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Greetings y'all...im feelin extra STONEY today - Here's some more great shots of The Boys and Their Burst's.

    I especially like the Black and white shots of young Mick Taylor with Keith's "borrowed" Burst before he joined the band.

    Enjoy









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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS











    Last edited by RSVG&A; 09-26-19 at 12:22 PM. Reason: more pics

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Wow! “What a drag it is getting old.” : /
    "I don't want to be part of any club that would accept me as a member" - Groucho Marx

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS







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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by RSVG&A View Post
    Mustang Bass?!
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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    Mustang Bass?!
    He did use a Mustang for the '69 US tour, so that would be correct.


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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Heres some more great RARE shots to keep this thread alive!!






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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by dwagar View Post
    I'm wondering if he was playing that GT when I saw him in Vancouver July 19, 1966? I only have this pic I stole from the Vancouver Sun newspaper. But this was about a week before TM1 notes that he purchased the '52.

    I was going by the info in Andy Babiuk's book...

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Happy Friday !! Heres some more rare Stones Pics with Burst's






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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Love the Mick Taylor shot with the top wrapped tailpiece and pickguard bracket only burst





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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    I can't remember why or where Keith bought his first LP(with the Bigsby) in the first place........can someone remind me please, thanks.

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Keith bought it in '64 at Selmers in London.
    It was originally owned by John Bowen guitarist for Mike Dean and The Kinsman. At Selmers , John traded the '59 for a Gretsch Country Gent and Keith happened upon the burst while looking for guitars there.
    Last edited by RSVG&A; 02-12-20 at 03:56 PM.

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by RSVG&A View Post
    Keith bought it in '61 at Selmers in London.
    It was originally owned by John Bowen guitarist for Mike Dean and The Kinsman. At Selmers , John traded the '59 for a Gretsch Country Gent and Keith happened upon the burst while looking for guitars there.
    ‘61? I doubt that very much.

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by corpse View Post
    ‘61? I doubt that very much.
    According to the guitarshow, Bowen bought it new in ‘61 from Farmers music shop, Luton. Keith is first seen using it in ‘64.


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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Keith bought it in August 1964. According to a more recent theory, it was imported to the UK by a Canadian musician, Ken Lundgren, and may subsequently have been purchased by John Bowen, in that case however obviously not as a new guitar.

    http://www.gregstackhouseprevost.com/stones-gear.html

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by corpse View Post
    ‘61? I doubt that very much.

    Oops - typo , John bought it in '61 and Keith took ownership in '64

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by RSVG&A View Post
    Oops - typo , John bought it in '61 and Keith took ownership in '64
    The story goes they were all living in a "cold water flat" feeding pocket change into the heat meter circa 1963- no LP's in that band.

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Quote Originally Posted by corpse View Post
    The story goes they were all living in a "cold water flat" feeding pocket change into the heat meter circa 1963- no LP's in that band.
    Right .... Keef took ownership in 1964 as stated above , which he played on their 1964 US Tour , as well as their 1st Ed Sullivan Show appearance on 10/24/64.

    Nowhere was the year 1963 mentioned in the above post or was their "Cold water Flat"

    Last edited by RSVG&A; 02-13-20 at 03:09 PM.

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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Heres some more sweet photos to keep this thread alive.
    I especially like guitar stand Mick is using the last photo






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    Re: Rare Early Stones Photos with BURSTS

    Oh the stories they would tell, if those guitars could speak!
    Thanks for the pics - and I'm digging the early & later pics of Keith...how his image changed and he became the epitome of an outlaw rock 'n roll guitarist!
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