How’s your eyesight?

I definitely could and I don’t drink :joy:

There are those that would call that a drinking problem…:wink::cocktail::guitar:


well, yeah. The problem is that beer is not in my hand!
I ain’t drunk, I’m jest drinkin’…

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Is that an Albert Collins reference I hear?

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Most definitely! The Master of the Telecaster.

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I would say A Master of the Telecaster, thee are so many more who you could say that of:

  1. James Burton: Famous lead guitarist for both Elvis and Ricky Nelson.
  2. Roy Buchanan: One of the most underrated blues players of all time.
  3. Danny Gatton: Lesser known rockabilly player around the DC area.
  4. Albert Collins: Bluesman extraordinaire. He had an unusual technique where he often capoed at the 12th fret.
  5. Keith Richards: He played telecasters during most of his stint in the Rolling Stones.
  6. Brad Paisley: Great country singer who does play lead guitar as well.
  7. Marty Stuart: Another true country great.
  8. Mike Stern: Jazz guitarist that plays a telecaster.
  9. Steve Cropper: Session guitarist, he was a member of Booker T. & the M.G.s, wrote songs for and performed with Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin and Sam & Dave (he’s the Steve referred to when they say “Play it, Steve!” in “Soul Man”).
  10. Jimmy Page: The first LED Zeppelin album Jimmy played almost everything on his Telecaster and used it a lot in studio sessions.

You should remake this with the first sentence below the picture.
That way when the reader notices the beer it will have greater impact.

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