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Mark Knopfler & Chet Atkins — Poor Boy Blues
Album: Neck and Neck
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Do I want you? Yes I do
Do I need you? Baby you know it's true
But I ain't got nothin' that you can use
So I'm sittin' on my own here, with these poor boy blues
One day, baby, you will see
You're gonna give all your love to me
I'm the one, babe, that you're gonna choose
But in the meantime, I got these poor boy blues
Pick it son, pick it nice
Things won't always be the same
Someday soon, everything will change
You'll tell your mama her baby's got good news
But until then, well, I got these poor boy blues
But until then, well, I got these poor boy blues
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No pearl inlaid doves on the neck of Santana's guitar. It was or still is a Yamaha. He also plays a Paul Smith, and PRS is on this one. Great illustration. 
 

calypsus_1 wrote:

Nov cover of Guitar Player by ~jasonseiler
Jason Seiler   ©2007-2010 ~jasonseiler

I can finally post the work I did for Guitar Player magazine. This was a killer to do because I only had a four days to complete the cover. It was nuts, had to pull an all nighter, drank many Monster energy drinks, and the rest is history! I'm really happy with how Zappa's guitar turned out, even though it was a lot of work. Zappa has a distinct SG, very unique and personalized, so when painting his guitar I knew I wasn't going to get away with just painting any old SG, it had to be his . . . with all the nicks and scratches, the whole SHA-BANG!


 



Nov cover of Guitar Player by ~jasonseiler
Jason Seiler   ©2007-2010 ~jasonseiler

I can finally post the work I did for Guitar Player magazine. This was a killer to do because I only had a four days to complete the cover. It was nuts, had to pull an all nighter, drank many Monster energy drinks, and the rest is history! I'm really happy with how Zappa's guitar turned out, even though it was a lot of work. Zappa has a distinct SG, very unique and personalized, so when painting his guitar I knew I wasn't going to get away with just painting any old SG, it had to be his . . . with all the nicks and scratches, the whole SHA-BANG!