Vintage Gretsch Guitars

Booneville leftovers

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i recall that there are multiple books on the company history. this is just the sort of thing that should be included in any potential revisions. every bit of information you can gather about a particular thing is relevant and adds to the total picture.

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Well those pots are Way Out In Indiana. Proteus could drive down the road, get the lot of them ... and dare I say it .... corner the market


I wish that whote Gretsch Lost Weekend site could be revived and totally jam. But I wish this site could also. Then just last month we heard from a guy whose uncle is the TK in TK-300. Loads of info with that guy I bet.

I still think TK300 basses are seriously cool

AND something that I don't think was ever settled -- although Gresch was using DiMarzio by that time for BST -- I think I heard the TK 300 hot-as-hellbuckers were actually Japanese and not Di Marzio.

Who can settle the question??

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And here I thought that the Booneville Leftovers was a bar band.

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And here I thought that the Booneville Leftovers was a bar band.

– lx

I was thinking that would be kind of a cool band name!


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