I just got this Wes Montgomery book. Then I was checking out YouTube and found this guy. Impressive!
In this one he discusses his ’59 Tele, goes through some of the settings on his Princeton amp and finally pulls out his signature Custom Shop Telecaster–one of just two done in “semi-orange.” Also shows off some of his favorite chords. Watch!
The Replacements appeared on Jimmy Fallon last night and played the song Alex Chilton from their great Pleased To Meet Me album. I saw them play this song back in 1988 (or ’89?). Looks like they still got it.
I guess they changed their name to TTNG. Anyway, incredible stuff.
Fender just posted this. Pretty cool.
Here is a very cool little lesson by Tad Kubler and Steve Selvidge of The Hold Steady. The song is Spinners–one of my favorites off their new album Teeth Dreams. I like what they have to say at the end about rhythm. Via Guitar World
I know, I know… more Chill Peppers and more Marty. But this is a good one! John Frusciante rocks!
Yeah, I know, all I do lately is repost Marty stuff, but he’s been doing some great ones!