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 #158369  by RiverRat
 Tue Sep 19, 2017 4:40 pm
Like Lazarus arising from the dead... I'm not here to sell Kitchen Cabinets.


7/17/89

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OekWK7LorMw

@1:53:00 Clear shot of the Black Strat, right before the Close Encounters Tease... This is the MIDI Strat's LAST SHOW

7/18/89

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6Bv-CdXwjo

@42:00... quick glimpse of the GK-2 mounted on Wolf. Wolf is used until the Middle of Dear Mr Fantasy. Switch to Tiger @54:45

7/19/89

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdQxmcykcx4

Wolf is clearly visible throughout Space and into the Other One, switch to Tiger takes place @9:35
 #158371  by tcsned
 Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:29 am
I saw Wolf at the Warlocks shows in Hampton in '89 - I love that guitar, it's the one I think I will forever associate with Garcia even though Tiger was what he played at almost all of the shows I saw. After my first shows in '82 I went to see the Grateful Dead Movie at the midnight movies in a local shopping mall and that was the first up-close look I got of Garcia playing guitar and Wolf was the coolest guitar my 16 year-old me had ever seen.
 #158372  by RiverRat
 Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:53 am
HeadSpace wrote:Yeah, um, I think that middle link is not the one you meant to post. :shock:
Ummm yeah.,. not even close. Note to self, do not fill clipboard with bad links.

In other news, the employee that was browsing that site will probably be seeing HR when the web traffic report is submitted.
 #158391  by CountryMile Cadillac
 Fri Sep 22, 2017 9:08 pm
Barlow on Jerry MIDI.... from Rolling Stone...

"And he wasn't really able to appreciate himself, which was a pity because, believe me, Jerry was the fattest trip of all. About the most he would say for himself was that he was a competent musician. But he would say that. I remember one time he started experimenting with MIDI; he was using all these MIDI-sampled trumpet sounds. And he started playing that on his guitar, and he sounded like Miles Davis, only better. I went up to him the first time I ever heard him do it, and I said, "You could have been a great fucking trumpet player.' And he looked at me and said, 'I am a great fucking trumpet player.' So, he knew."[/i][/

Article....
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/ ... 5-19950921