Archive for the ‘Guitars’ Category

I like to keep giving myself challenges, just to make sure my brain still works. 😉  The most recent one is to learn enough bass to understand Paul McCartney’s approach to the bass, especially in the context of music of the Beatles. In order to really understand the instrument that shaped Paul’s playing, I felt […]

I’ve been thinking a lot about guitars lately, and the guitars of the Beatles in particular.  For most of my life, my ears have resisted the temptation to dissect a song when it came to songs by the Beatles. They were to me a beautiful, homogenous, sacrosanct blend of amazingness, with the possible exception of 12 […]

Categories: Beatles, Guitars, Music

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