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  1. #1
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    Dec 2011

    Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    "The Man of A Thousand Chords" has passed.

    When somebody says "Les Paul Player" let's speak about 30+ years of playing rhythm for Mr. Les Paul.

    Start at 3:38 to see How Jazz Rhythm Guitar Gets Done (on The Lou Pallo LP model!), then keep going for a detailed lesson:

    "I wanted one until I got one." -- J45

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    Les Paul Forum Member Guitar Whiskey's Avatar
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    Aug 2006
    Central Coast CA

    Re: Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    Wow, too bad I didn't know of him before now. Great player.

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    Les Paul Forum Member Ed Driscoll's Avatar
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    South of Dallas

    Re: Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    Quote Originally Posted by S a m View Post
    "The Man of A Thousand Chords" has passed.
    Absolutely monster guitarist; I got to speak with him for a few minutes at the Iridium when I interviewed Les Paul in 2002. RIP.

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    Les Paul Forum Member zhivago's Avatar
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    Sep 2004
    London, UK

    Re: Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    Guitars: '56 Les Paul Custom, '63 SG/LP Custom, '61 Jazzmaster, '43 000-28, '15 ES-345,
    Amps: Matchless Lightning, Zvex Nano amp
    Pedals: Centaur, BJFE, Analogman, Zvex, Maxon, etc.

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    Re: Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    The man of a MILLION chords.

    Jersey Mafia motherfuckers!
    Last edited by SpencerD; 10-30-20 at 05:44 PM.
    ​We Are The People We Have Been Waiting For

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    Les Paul Forum Member mingus's Avatar
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    San Diego, CA

    Re: Lou Pallo 1934-2020

    I saw him play with Les a few times when they were at Fat Tuesdays. Lou was a badass.

    "The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us."

    - Bill Watterson, creator of the comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes".

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