Robbie Roberston Discusses How He Raised the Ghosts of His Youth on 'Sinematic'

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  1. BanditPanda

    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    "I wasn’t a big fan of the middle pickup anyway; it sounded a little doinky.”

    https://www.guitarplayer.com/players/robbie-robertson-discusses-how-he-raised-the-ghosts-of-his-youth-on-sinematic?utm_source=Selligent&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=11022&utm_content=Guitar_Player_eNews_12/6/19+&utm_term=1123885&m_i=pAsPnXmre0OlT2T_OrsfPg6TfiD4zfUHbg8thntdYNS0zH+oXYbAuhHJhCZk6pf9wzqjI5lovS7_jCIZVeqpU4m5vwNorB
     
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    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    Robbie Robertson is a good guitarist.

    I think he once said, "just because you're in the room don't think you wrote the song with me"...............or something like that.

    He's influential just like Peter Buck of R.E.M.

    Both are cut from the same cloth.

    IMO, they both think they can walk on water.
     
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