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“This is a way of whipping out cultural capital, but not in the same way as leaving guests in the living room to retrieve a hollowbody guitar or a first edition of To The Lighthouse.”
“Long known for his beloved Ovation GP electrics of which he has a few, Homme relies on a range of guitars on stage, including the Custom Maton shown here, which is based on the Victoria, Australia-based guitar maker's BB1200 hollowbody electric.”
“For his exuberantly raw, back-to-basics blues style, White goes with straight-ahead guitars, such as a Kay hollowbody tuned to an open-A, an anonymous Japanese electric and his main guitar shown here, a plastic '64 Ward's Airline, which--as he told Guitar Player in 2003--"Makes me feel like I have to take something that's broken and make it work.”
“Trey had three Warr Guitars on stage, including a hollowbody semi-acoustic half-fretless that I believe was strung as a bass and bass.”
“White stumbled upon the riff while warming up his hollowbody guitar.”
“Right from its introduction in 1958 as the world's first semi-hollowbody electric guitar it has been”
“Melding the sleek lines and shape of the T5 into a semi-hollowbody, the T3 features an expertly crafted body of sapele, topped with quilted maple.”
“Following the success of the T5 and SolidBody models, and born from a love of innovative design and classic electric tone, Taylor Guitars is expanding its electric line with the company's first purely electric semi-hollowbody guitar, the T3.”
“One reason is that making a copy of an expensive hollowbody can require too many compromises, as craftsmanship is just as important as materials.”
“It's an acoustic, or hollowbody version of what was originally an electric, solid body.”
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