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    A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne


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    Re: A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne

    Would that now be a 2nd burst named Candy in Australia? The guitar formerly played by Simo (Candy) went to Australia when it was sold (I believe).
    Hard to tell from the video, but this looks to be a different guitar.

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    Re: A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxmc View Post

    Hey! That’s me in the white t-shirt! (to the right of camera)

    I can confirm this is the same Candy, formerly owned by J.D Simo.
    Last edited by miczap; 08-31-19 at 05:12 AM.

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    Re: A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne

    Just been hunting for the thead. Can't find it. I seem to remember that the ATC was involved somewhere and that the guitar has no serial number because it is a reneck. Correct?

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    Re: A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxmc View Post
    Just been hunting for the thead. Can't find it. I seem to remember that the ATC was involved somewhere and that the guitar has no serial number because it is a reneck. Correct?
    Correct. ATC loaned it to JD to play.

    The guitar sounds GREAT by the way.

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    Re: A 1960 Burst called Candy in Melbourne

    Quote Originally Posted by sws1 View Post
    Correct. ATC loaned it to JD to play.

    The guitar sounds GREAT by the way.
    Yessir! I was a little disappointed that he didn;t play it when I saw him a few years back in Dallas-until I heard how the 345 he had sounded! Jeezus!
    "That's what I love, man, to hear that backbeat popping, that damn bass plonkin' down. Jesus God!"-Duane Allman

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