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b0b


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Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 10:58 am    
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Wish I could afford it!

Vintage ZB Custom Pedal Steel Guitar
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steinar

 

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Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 12:55 pm     And yet another one!
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And now the Garden Party/Live at the Troubadour SD11 ZB is also on Ebay.
The guitar has plaque saying: "Custom built for Tom Brumley."
And the flight case has Tom Brumley and Rick Nelson stencilled in.
Beautiful guitar!
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b0b


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Cloverdale, CA
Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 1:01 pm    
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Yow! Here it is.
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Ron Whitworth


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Yuma,Ariz.USA Yeah they say it's a DRY heat !!
Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 1:23 pm    
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Double YOW is right !!!!!!!
BEAUTIFUL guitars & both are pieces of steel guitar history..I wish I could afford either of them.
I hope they go to some one who will play them on "special occasions" since they probably won't go to a museum..Ron
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tom anderson

 

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Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 3:27 pm     cut tail zb
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I had one of those cut-tail zb's and it played the smoothest of any of them and the other two played great. The Rick Nelson guitar makes me want to go nutty and get out the checkbook. I still listen to "live at the troubador". Hope someone from the forum gets these.
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steinar

 

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Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 4:13 pm     Garden Party guitar.
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Yep. I got to see that "Live at the Troubadour/Garden Party" guitar, and it is just about the prettiest ZB I`ve ever seen.
And on that live recording from Los Angeles, this guitar really shines.


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Curt Shoemaker


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Ionia, Kansas, USA
Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 5:31 pm    
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Right you are, Steinar.I've been behind both of these guitars and saw them just months ago. They are in great condition, as all of Tom's guitars and equipment were kept.
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Jack Stanton

 

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Post  Posted 12 Mar 2010 7:37 pm    
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Wow! Incredible stuff!
That "Garden Party " guitar should be in a museum!
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Ray Minich

 

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Bradford, Pa. Frozen Tundra
Post  Posted 13 Mar 2010 8:57 am    
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Provenance, what provenance!
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Jaco de Jong

 

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Netherlands
Post  Posted 13 Mar 2010 10:21 am    
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I noticed a "Vintage 1957 Fender Pro-Amp owned by Tom Brumley" also on Ebay:

click here
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Chuck McGill


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Post  Posted 16 Mar 2010 7:19 am    
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ooooooooo Shocked
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Jeff Evans


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Cowtown and The Bill Cox Outfit
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2010 10:04 am    
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It is also the guitar [Tom] used on Dwight Yoakam's "Hillbilly Deluxe" Album.


And, boy, did he ever get to use it on "Johnson's Love".
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Zach Keele

 

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2010 8:14 pm    
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Never heard that song. Thanks Jeff. I miss country music. Growing up in the 90s with a Dad that played steel was great. I don't know how I missed that cut... Oh Well
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Jeff Evans


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Post  Posted 17 Mar 2010 10:39 am    
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. . . don't know how I missed that cut ...

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Growing up in the 90s . . .


That's how. The song is on Mr. Yoakam's 1987 record. Plus, it's an album cut, not a radio song, so that makes it much easier to miss.


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I miss country music.


You're preachin' to the deacons, brother.


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Thanks Jeff.

Thanks for listening, enjoying, and speaking up about it. There's a lot to be said for a shared appreciation.
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Dave Van Allen


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Doylestown, PA , US , Earth
Post  Posted 17 Mar 2010 6:29 pm    
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Is the one with the placque the one played on the "Rudy the Fifth" album?

got my answer- the plaque horn is apparently a '72, RTF was released '71.
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