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Damir Besic


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wow, what a beautiful ZB Damir, looks brand new.
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Damir Besic


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Henry Matthews wrote:
wow, what a beautiful ZB Damir, looks brand new.


yes Sir Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy I really really really wish I could hold on to this one, it would look great next to my '65 wrap, and Promat ... if I only could ...hmmmm Cool
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WOW!! is right. hmmmm, keep'er Damir Very Happy
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Damir Besic


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Will Houston wrote:
WOW!! is right. hmmmm, keep'er Damir Very Happy


Will, keeper yes, but sadly not for me, I already have more guitars that I need ... Crying or Very sad
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Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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Damir Besic


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Marco Schouten wrote:
Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked


thank you my friend, it is a very nice one...
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Damir Besic


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Steve Sycamore


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Very nice! I would guess it was built between 1970 and 1973. It has the detailed pedals of the mid-70's models but it has the older style tuning heads.

Does anyone know if it was a ZB that Jerry Garcia used to record "Teach Your Children"? I had heard that a ZB Custom circa 1969 was his primary Pedal Steel Guitar. Or was that Rusty Young who used a similar instrument with Poco?
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Bob Carlucci


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Steve Sycamore wrote:
Very nice! I would guess it was built between 1970 and 1973. It has the detailed pedals of the mid-70's models but it has the older style tuning heads.

Does anyone know if it was a ZB that Jerry Garcia used to record "Teach Your Children"? I had heard that a ZB Custom circa 1969 was his primary Pedal Steel Guitar. Or was that Rusty Young who used a similar instrument with Poco?

Jerry used a ZB primarily, and I do believe it was a ZB on Teach.. I have also seen several pics of Jerry behind an Emmons in concert..
Rusty used a ZB early on in POCO, but later on switched to a Bud for many years.. Later in life to his retirement a few years ago, he used a Carter.... bob
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Damir Besic


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Damir Besic


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Bob Carlucci wrote:
Steve Sycamore wrote:
Very nice! I would guess it was built between 1970 and 1973. It has the detailed pedals of the mid-70's models but it has the older style tuning heads.

Does anyone know if it was a ZB that Jerry Garcia used to record "Teach Your Children"? I had heard that a ZB Custom circa 1969 was his primary Pedal Steel Guitar. Or was that Rusty Young who used a similar instrument with Poco?

Jerry used a ZB primarily, and I do believe it was a ZB on Teach.. I have also seen several pics of Jerry behind an Emmons in concert..
Rusty used a ZB early on in POCO, but later on switched to a Bud for many years.. Later in life to his retirement a few years ago, he used a Carter.... bob


I got my first ZB in 1972 and it had the newer rectangular logo.
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Damir, you're killing me....
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Damir Besic


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John Brock wrote:
Damir, you're killing me....


Very Happy I'm sorry my friend, I completely understand what you mean, it is a gorgeous one...
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Are the E lowers on the right knee or left? Also is there a case?
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I do have a birthday coming up this year. Lol. Sound familiar?
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Joe A. Camacho wrote:
Are the E lowers on the right knee or left? Also is there a case?


Joe, E's lower, and raise on the left knee, and yes, guitar comes with the case...
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Damir Besic


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Richard Sinkler wrote:
I do have a birthday coming up this year. Lol. Sound familiar?


it seems like you have a birthday every year... thats odd ... Wink
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