The Duo Jet sported "humped block" inlays, a Bigsby vibrato and two single-coil DeArmond pickups. Harrison used this for the early singles, the Please Please Me

The Beatles: George Harrison and his 1957 Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet Electric Guitar



The Duo Jet sported “humped block” inlays, a Bigsby vibrato and two single-coil DeArmond pickups. Harrison used this for the early singles, the Please Please Me

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ShareMyGuitar – New Website Updates Just Officially Released!



ShareMyGuitar is a social network for guitar enthusiasts. Create your own profile, upload pics, songs, videos, chat with other guitarists, join guitar groups, post ads on the classified page, browse the SMG forums and much more!

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The company began as Fender's Radio Service in late 1938 in Fullerton, California and produced the Telecaster (originally named the 'Broadcaster) as well as the first mass-produced electric bass, the Precision Bass and the popular Stratocaster (Strat) guitar.

SMG Poll: Which is Your Favorite Fender Electric Guitar?



The company began as Fender’s Radio Service in late 1938 in Fullerton, California and produced the Telecaster (originally named the ‘Broadcaster) as well as the first mass-produced electric bass, the Precision Bass and the popular Stratocaster (Strat) guitar.

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An advert of the period shows this handsome guitar that boasted a powerful, penetrating tone....

The Beatles: Guitar Heroes 34 – John Lennon’s Hofner Senator



An advert of the period shows this handsome guitar that boasted a powerful, penetrating tone….

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To acknowledge the passing of a legend, I decided to visit the location of Randy’s Rhoads final moments outside of Leesburg, Florida at the remote estate of Jerry Calhoun.

Randy Rhoads: The Passing of a Legend



To acknowledge the passing of a legend, I decided to visit the location of Randy’s Rhoads final moments outside of Leesburg, Florida at the remote estate of Jerry Calhoun.

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As a kid he messed around on drums, saxophone, and guitar. When Jaco was thirteen he was really into sports and while playing football Jaco suffered a serious wrist accident that required surgery and he could no longer continue playing drums, so he took up bass guitar.

SMG Profile: Jaco Pastorius – One of the All Time Greatest Bassists!



As a kid he messed around on drums, saxophone, and guitar. When Jaco was thirteen he was really into sports and while playing football Jaco suffered a serious wrist accident that required surgery and he could no longer continue playing drums, so he took up bass guitar.

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