So I have not written in a while, I apologize, but many things have caused this:
1. I revamped my computer, only to realize that I’m not exactly sure where I put some of my writings that I wanted to include during this time. For instance, I have a SWEET write up on John Densmore (drummer for The Doors) and his autobiography, but I’m not sure where I saved that file. Damn! So I might have to do a re-write. Ugh.
2. I’ve got some sweet interviews lined up for my Ladies of Rock – Austin Edition week. I’ve been scheduling and working out stuff and it’s going to rock hardcore. So be prepared — the week of April 17th – 23rd. It’s on!
3. Busy with life. But it hasn’t stopped my love of music. I’ve been learning multiple songs a day on my bass and listening to the radio more (I know, shocking). And I’ve been writing other articles on what is currently going on with music, which I will share later.
But for today, I found a sweet article on the Gibson SG, which is one of my favorite guitars–both for its iconic shape and sound. It is lightweight, with a hardcore and heavy sound (due to its iconic pick ups), and ready to rock at any moment. I’ve always been a fan of Gibson, (the SG and Les Paul are my favs) and if I decide to get a new bass, I’m looking at an SG. Okay, so it’s like a whole month’s paycheck, but I don’t have kids, and might as well buy what I want now before little childen take all my money.
So this is an article from Gibson giving 50 facts about the SG guitar, since this is the year it celebrates it’s 50th birthday.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SG!