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  • Paul and Jorma - My Fave San Fran Guitar Duo

    Paul and his Rickenbacker and Jorma and his 355, love it! After them, it's Jerry and Bob, of course.
    Guitars: Ampeg Dan Armstrongs, Fender Telecasters, Stratocasters, Epiphone Les Paul, G-400, EG-1275, Dots, Gibson SG, Squier Stratocasters, Telecasters, OLP MM1s, etc.Amps: Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 50/1960A, Ampeg VL-502/VLA, Music Man HD150 212, etc.Effects: Vox ToneLab SE, etc.Influences: Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Ronnie Wood, Paul Kantner, Eric Clapton, Rich Robinson, Jimmy Page, Pete Townshend, The Edge, etc.

  • #2
    Paul adds a lot with the Ricky 12, but it's all about Jorma and Jack.


    A bit more featuring Paul


    • #3
      SF really was a major epicenter of great music at the time. Airplane, Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape...
      I don't want to sell my music. I'd like to give it away because where I got it, you didn't have to pay for it.
      -Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet)


      • #4
        No longer in SF.... Jorma's been living in the southeastern Ohio Appalachian mountains for a good while. Jack C has lived in Los Angeles since the end of JAirplane.


        Casino Of Doom R E V I S I T E D


        • #5
          Jorma is one of my favorite players. Love the old Airplane stuff as well as Hot Tuna.
          Harold Horatio Heckuba (Triple H)


          • #6
            I prefer Cippolina/ Duncan from QSMS.


            • #7
              Used to get e-mails from Paul. Miss them. Never understood most of them, but I miss them. Have to get around to renewing that relationship one of these days.

              Jorma runs a guitar camp and venue in Ohio,

              HCGB #77

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              "I learned a long time ago that one note can go a long way if it's the right one, and it will probably whip the guy with 20 notes." - Les Paul, 2002