Remembering Emily Remler

“When I’m playing, I don’t know whether I’m a girl, boy, dog, cat or whatever,” the guitarist Emily Remler said in late 1983, during an interview for Canadian radio. “I’m just playing the music. When I leave the stage, that’s when people remind me that I’m a woman.” Emily Remler, JazzTimes article (DECEMBER 8, 2020  – MICHAELContinue reading “Remembering Emily Remler”

Guitars are made for playing.

It is pretentious, she is not on the same level as other legends of the guitar world (Hendryx, Beck, Townshend) who smashed their guitar to end a show. I am with Crosby. Guitars are made for playing.

House of guitars.

House of guitars. House of guitars. — Read on simoneteffect.wordpress.com/2020/09/18/house-of-guitars/

How to Tell a Real 1959 Gibson Les Paul Guitar From a Fake: A Missing Notebook Holds the Key

The 1959 Gibson Les Paul is the world’s most expensive guitar. It can also be one of the hardest to authenticate. How to Tell a Real 1959 Gibson Les Paul Guitar From a Fake: A Missing Notebook Holds the Key – WSJ Fake or genuine? Photo of guitar thrown away in my Brooklyn neighborhood NovemberContinue reading “How to Tell a Real 1959 Gibson Les Paul Guitar From a Fake: A Missing Notebook Holds the Key”