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Re: Early recordings

From: Buddy
Date: 05 Apr 2002
Time: 08:22:21


A few examples of the Sho~Bud sound would be any Ernest Tubb album or the song, "Half a Mind," or the Duane Eddy album, "Twang a Country Song," or my first two albums or with Ray Price, including the song "Night Life." The Sho~Buds I used for those recordings were the original permanent models with changer fingers that rested against tuners in the end of neck and no roller nuts to absorb the sound. Those features along with a 12k pickup and a 25" scale gave the Sho~Bud permanent model a clarity and warmth no present day guitars can duplicate.

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