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With over 20 years of experience working on Gypsy guitars, no one gets it done better than John!
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And it goes without saying, we're soooo lucky to have him!
That's wonderful. I was a Mudhoney fan for a while, a part of Seattle scene that was somewhat off the radar but well worth paying attention to, along with Tad. It's just very cool John's got such wide ranging clientele.
Tad were like the Anvil of the Seattle scene. Add the fact that the labels were probably just not geared to push a heavyset dude's band on record store shelves, especially when just a year or so prior it was all girls in bikinis and teased hair. Great music, though.
I liked how Ace Frehley was just a minor footnote, the last in a list of great musicians. Did the link to the Cobain article mean to imply that John was responsible for modding Cobain's Martin with the Bartolini?
Did the link to the Cobain article mean to imply that John was responsible for modding Cobain's Martin with the Bartolini?
@billyshakes yes, John worked on Kurt Cobain's Martin that was auctioned off for $6mil!
Yes I remember that auction! Full price of 6.010.000 but 10.000 isn't even worth a mention lol
I would have preferred a Stradivarius (or two).