That was The Year...

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are ad­mit­ted into the union to be­come the 49th and 50th states re­spec­tively. TV au­di­ences de­light to episodes of The Twi­light Zone, rawhide and Bo­nanza (the first ever weekly TV show to be broad­cast in colour), Bar­bie Dolls ap­pear in the toy shops and Boe­ing puts its 707 air­liner into ser­vice. pro­duc­tion of its Combo 600 and 800 gui­tars. Th­ese sin­gle and dou­blepickup mod­els are strug­gling against the pop­u­lar fender and Gib­son prod­ucts in spite of the re­cent 800 upgrade to a sin­gle horse­shoe tre­ble pickup and a bar pickup at the neck. The cur­rent cat­a­logue shows both mod­els with a ‘crest­ing wave’ body but none have ac­tu­ally been built. (hank, Bruce, Jet and Tony) play their first per­for­mance to­gether at Manch­ester’s free Trade hall and Cliff had his first num­ber one record with liv­ing Doll. richie Samb­ora, Brian Set­zer, Bryan adams, Mor­ris­sey and Su­sanna hoffs are born but Buddy holly, ritchie Valens and The Big Bop­per are lost when their plane goes down in a snow­storm over iowa. range of Brown­face am­pli­fiers. The 40-watt Con­cert combo is loaded with four 10-inch Jensen speak­ers and along with the brown con­trol panel the unit is cov­ered in a pink­ish brown Tolex with a light brown (wheat) grille. it has an all-valve, two-chan­nel am­pli­fier plus vi­brato and the ear­li­est mod­els from the pro­duc­tion line have a cen­tre placed vol­ume con­trol; how­ever this soon shifts to the left of the ar­ray. Jury pre­miere on BBC Tele­vi­sion; house prices reach an av­er­age of £2,400; and the cost of a fam­ily car like the austin 7 is £500 more that a fifth of the price of a house; di­rect dial pay­phones are in­tro­duced; and Southend Pier Pav­il­ion is de­stroyed by fire. the Chi­nese sup­press an up­ris­ing in Ti­bet caus­ing the Dalai lama and tens of thou­sands of Ti­betans to seek refuge in in­dia; the St lawrence Se­away is fi­nally com­pleted and opened, link­ing the Great lakes to the ocean; and the Soviet union suc­cess­fully send their luna 2 space­craft crash­ing into the moon to be­come the first man-made ob­ject to reach the sur­face. with a cen­tre-mounted P90 sin­gle-coil pickup for unique tonal qual­i­ties. it has twin f-holes on a thin­line, arched hol­low maple body with a ma­hogany neck all bound at the edges. The Brazil­ian rose­wood fin­ger­board sports pearl dot in­lays and the gui­tar has a tune-o-matic bridge, a trapeze tail­piece and a float­ing scratch­plate. it’s of­fered in

cherry, nat­u­ral or sun­burst fin­ishes.

Gib­son eS-330T Gui­tar We start with a slow acous­tic gui­tar-in­fused jam in A mi­nor. A mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic (A-C-D-E-G) works through­out the track. In terms of seven-note scales, I’d use A Nat­u­ral mi­nor (A-B-C-D-E-F-G) for the ‘verse’ sec­tions and A Do­rian mode (A-B-C-D-E-F#-G) for the ‘cho­rus’ sec­tions (where the chord se­quence goes: C-D-Am). Here we have a fun, acid-jazz style funk track. Har­mon­i­cally speak­ing there are two sec­tions. The main sec­tion is based on an E7#9 (aka the ‘Hen­drix’ chord) and the B sec­tion is an A9 (IV9). E mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic (E-G-A-B-D) works great through­out. To get more jazzy colours, use the E Half-whole tone scale (E-F-G-G#-A#-B-C#-D) on E7#9 and A Mixoly­dian mode (A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G) on A9. Es­sen­tially, this is a sim­ple mi­nor blues pro­gres­sion, but with a reg­gae feel to it. Use A mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic scale (A-C-D-E-G), A mi­nor Blues (A-C-D-D#-E-G) or A Nat­u­ral mi­nor; (A-B-C-D-E-F-G). Know­ing the 7th arpeg­gios will also come in handy. They are: Am7 (A-C-E-G); Dm7 (D-F-A-C) and Em7 (E-G-B-D). Here’s a fun odd-me­tre curve­ball – a groovy G mi­nor blues in 3/4. For

(G-A-BbC-D-E-F) solo­ing, G Do­rian mode works through­out. As

(G-Bb-Cdoes G mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic D-F). You can also find some cool colours play­ing around with the

(G-Bb-D-F), 7th arpeg­gios: Gm7 C7 (C-E-G-Bb)

and Dm7 (D-F-A-C). Happy jam­ming! a re­cently-dis­cov­ered David Mead in­ter­view with the great man, and Neville chats to Gary’s long-time as­sis­tant Gra­ham Lil­ley about life with Gary and his gear, and the forth­com­ing sale of gui­tars, amps, ped­als and more. Don’t miss Gui­tarist is­sue 403 – out now!

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