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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Bluesuede, Aug 14, 2009.
Interesting article if you don't know much about him. Amazing guy, RIP.
Just read this on news.com.au too; another link with music's innovative past is broken .
Very sad, still, at 94, he'd had plenty of time to make his mark. Another great of the music industry leaves us.
I just heard, bit sad. Oh well, 94, he had a good innings!
A smell a special edition guitar on the way. :grin:
And everyone who owns a GENUINE Les Paul (as distinct from the 1000's of replicas out there) can rest assured that their instrument just went UP in value! :wink:
RIP a legend
EpiPhone is Gibson too and in the 70s Ibanez made better les pauls than Gibson
Pricing on a LTD les paul? 6000 plus start the bidding
Ahh, a sad day indeed.
Rest assured, all those who play his instruments will sustain his image.
I wonder if all the guiters are gently weeping!
Will need to play some tunes tonight in respect.
My EpiPhone shed some tears. LP had a full life, made his mark and I'll gladly strum some chords for him tonight.
And what better tribute could there be to the quality of the Les Paul guitar...
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I was trying to be subtle about that. You'd probably have heard it if it was playing
The missus says that while he made some nifty guitars it was his multi-track recording method that was the major invention.
id be happy with 94, not a bad innings
Farewell Les. You will never be forgotten.
i am not skilled enough, and too poor to afford one of his instruments.