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1982 Gibson ES-175 blonde with Flatwound Strings Part 1

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Black Ebony provides a great colour contrast and is one of the hardest woods known, although it can be brittle.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I went straight to my room for the unveiling. Surrounded by a pile of long players and song sheets, I copied licks made on Gibsons. I stared out at the English Channel, emerald under a cloudless sky. I continued on, completing my cool with a French girlfriend, a Juliet Greco look-alike with coal-black eyeliner and a roll-neck sweater; her name was Mylene. With a shock I felt something wet and cold, the tide came was in and disappearing up my trouser leg. Cedar is the alternative choice, and in this case the wood used is often based on a musical aesthetic. To bring a guitar into being, the luthier must gain through time and experience a deep knowledge of wood and its many characteristics: flexibility, moisture absorption, warping, porosity, mechanical strength, and natural beauty. The dream was shattered a few months later when I was in a local park on a beautiful, sad October day. Carved and pressed into the form of a guitar, it vibrates and dances under hand and string, expands and shrinks softly with its tonesong. Wood Wood lives and breathes like warm flesh. We returned home together, she and I, Ms. I occasionally laughed out loud for no apparent reason. I scanned the catalogue again, this time under the influence of Grant Green, a Blue Note guitar star. Since it first brought heat and comfort in the form of fire, it has been a medium of expression for the human drama. I decided to go for the ES, a beautiful slim-line model with a center block to prevent feedback. Lunch was over. How to get there? There she was, and after what had seemed like a lifetime of hard labor, I now had the required cash for possession. I returned to England, bruised but still playing, bride number two swallowed by the night. I devoured the sandwiches and the catalogue alike. Francis in the sand. I was to be paid in full by the insurance company, who, somewhat out of character, had taken great pity on me, poor young lad that I was. The soundboard uses soft-wood, and to be effective, it must be able to vibrate freely, to resist cracking and changes in humidity and temperature, and to also possess a natural beauty. I returned to Paris one year later with my friend Dave Wilson, another guitarist. At lunchtime the world grew fat and somnolent, and I returned the camera to the booth and went to sit in the damp shadows under the pier. We were expected to shoot six rolls a morning, counting the number of rolls shot and entering it into a ledger. An expression of distaste crossed their snobbo Parisian faces when I turned up with my and then proceeded to practice obsessively in the tiny bedroom at the top of the house. Frets, pickups, strings all seemed so far away…. The sweet smell of candy floss filled my lungs, the cries of lost children crowded my ears, I was dispossessed; but there to save me, poised like the Mona Lisa over the still and sultry ocean and calling to my soul like a Lorelei, was the vision of a Gibson. The luthier of experience will ultimately be able to intuit a piece of wood, and to use the Spanish term, dar a luz , give it light in the sense of the birth of a child. Each part of the guitar calls for a different wood for its construction. It was a hot new item of the Gibson production line. Some individual builders have a theory that it is best to cut trees only during a new moon. With clusters of leaves drifting down from the trees into the pink crushed velvet of my open guitar case, I demonstrated the position for the F chord to a pale young beauty. From a small TV set, a deep blue twang emerged and bathed the room in blues and sex. The catalogue was filled with pictures of paradise: the Firebird, the Moderne, the Flying V, the Byrdland, the Super , the ES—exotic and mystical, these were machines that would confer upon their owners the power of the shamans. This results in a dryer wood, which makes it lighter and less resistant to movement. Here in the green hills of Dorset, it took over—this obsession, this need, this lust for the guitar. It had a fat single bar pickup, which was in itself an icon of jazz-guitar playing. I lay back on the sand, the salt and brine filling my nostrils and curling the pages of my catalogue. I drifted off and dreamed of dark curvy wood, hands flying over frets, the great American guitarists, my favourites the jazz cats—Jimmy Raney, Tal Farlow, Kenny Burrell, Johnny Smith. Night descended. She lay there in her case on my bed, a bride in pink crushed velvet, the dark sunburst glowing under the incandescent light. Standing in front of the mirror and trying various poses, I affected disinterest, a world-weary look actually an incredible-player-but-kinda-bored look , cool—yeah, a cool cat. He was the owner of a wooden hut, a photo booth at the entrance to the pier, where he employed six boys as cameramen. I touched her dark curves, the deeply female curves of her body, and something stirred inside of me, unfolded and spread its wings, took flight. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The vein was struck at the age of thirteen when, in a moment of epiphany, I saw Eddie Cochran on TV rocking out with a fat Gibson strapped to his body. Although this idea sounds like a Pagan belief, it is also built on scientific reason. He told me that I would never make it, but I persisted in hanging around the store, fingering the stacks of records and obsessively reading the liner notes, so eventually he relented and began feeding me arcane pieces of inside information about the music that we both loved. 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After a while I could weave my way like Nuryev through the tightly packed mass of deck chairs, shooting noses, faces, teeth, squinty eyes, and arms raised against the sun. This is where it started. I fervently believed that if I kept practicing, kept the image in mind, I would get one eventually and the Un-Gibson era, the dark ages, would come to an end. In other words the dry, light wood is a material that will have the most potential for vibration — a desirable quality in a stringed instrument. When the moon is new it exerts less gravitational pull on the earth and therefore less pull of the sap up into the wood. I looked forward to scoring the Gibson II. A tree growing by a swamp or along side a stream, on the other hand, will be wide grained and soft in texture owing to a high moisture content, which is not desirable in instrument-making. As a pre-echo of the guitar, the tree, while still in the ground, will come into consideration. The best place for a tree that is being considered as wood for instrument-making is on the side of a mountain or on dry rocky ground where, because of the dryness, the tree is forced to grow more slowly. Once cut, it must be carefully dried by air and stored inside with one end of each plank about six inches lower than the other. On the other hand was the country music set. Three years later, I was bathed in a new light, a golden glow that emanated from the Godhead, the source of all being—in fact, from the honeyed sunburst of a Gibson ES hanging on the wall of Selmers, in Charing Cross Road. Gone, Gibson and girl. This hour was mine. She turned and ran across the park. I wanted to be Miles. The pages also displayed photographs of many players. My spirits returned. It is treated with preservative and then left for several years to let time and nature complete the oxidization process, during which time the cells of the wood crystallize and become even lighter. Then one afternoon, the phone rang. They paid and took me in with them. I propped my Gibson catalogue upright on the mantelpiece so that the first thing I saw every morning was the G word, spreading power through the room. I worked seven days a week through the summer heat, spending every morning like Mr. Wilkes was exacting and mean, a bastard. I said goodbye to my friends and wandered off into the Parisian night, scared but on fire. I pulled her out, tried a few chords … Gm7b5 — C7 9 — Fm7 — Bb13b9. The wood that meets most soundboard requirements — and the idea of the harmonic top — is spruce, a fact that luthiers discovered centuries ago. We stayed in a tiny room on the Rue de la Huchette, above La Chat Qui Peche, a jazz club in the cellar of the building, which that week was featuring a drug-ravaged Chet Baker playing with an unrhythmic rhythm section. Spruce is thought to give a clearer, more focused sound with a bright quality, whereas Cedar is known for its dark, chocolatey basses and liquid tone and it the usual choice of Spanish luthiers. I left and walked all the way to the Blue Note on the Right Bank and stood outside, forlornly looking at the photographs of the great musicians inside: Kenny Clarke on drums, Jimmy Gourley on guitar, and an unknown French organist. I passed out tickets of redemption like confetti, St. I was not what they wanted for their daughter, and two weeks later I slunk away.