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    Posted 2 years ago

    Belltown
    (229 items)

    I've been meaning to post this for a while. It's a signed publicity photo from the great Dick Dale, the King of the Surf Guitar. In 2001, when I was working for a different publication, I assigned a writer to interview Dick Dale. The writer went out to his place in the high desert of Southern California and asked Dale to sign this for me, which he did. The full PR photo includes Dale's phone number and address at the bottom, but I cropped it to protect his privacy. I guess I've been thinking about Dale because I'm working on an article about Stratocasters and other solid-body electric guitars. The article should be on CW later this week....

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    Comments

    1. Ben Ben, 2 years ago
      Sorry to hear about Dick Dale's passing today.
    2. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 years ago
      Duck Dale was a absolutely a huge influence to Music. He did so much to enhance the way a electric guitar is played. He was the first to develop the 100 watt amplifier and before Hendrix, he played left handed without restringing the guitar.
      He also owned his own record Lable for awhile, Deltone.
      He began playing only country music and studied and played mid-eastern music, sort of like someone else we know, George Harrison.
      He has been in some serious illnesses that he succumbed to, now he is that Rock&Roll heaven jamming with Brian Wilson...R.I.P., the world of music owes you a debt of gratitude.....

      Thomas.
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 years ago
      And speaking of Hendrix, Dick did a cover of 'Third Stone From The Sun'.

      Thomas.
    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 years ago
      Same difficulty! I must go to another collectors 'Love' to access the item. Cannot do it straight off the Show&Tell page???

      Thomas.
    5. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 years ago
      Kera...I had to go to your page and click this item in order to even reply. In sure the issue will be resolved. I'm having faith anyway! Lol! I bet Dick Dale could fix it if he were here!

      Thomas.
    6. Ben Ben, 2 years ago
      Hi folks:
      Yes, something is messed up when you try to click to a Show & Tell item when you are in "All Activity." It works fine when you are in "Latest Posts" or anything else. We are working on it!
      Best, Ben
    7. markg markg, 2 years ago
      Sad indeed. I lived in Orange County in the 50s and 60s and Armon Frank, the saxophonist who played in the DelTones was a good friend of my older brother and would come to our house. They played the surfer dances at the Harmony Ballroom, in Anaheim. There were also great times doing the stomp athe Rendevous in Newport Beach and the big dances at Retail Clerk's Union hall in Buena Park. Some of those groups got really famous; Righteous Brothers, Joe and Eddy etc. Dick Dale's passing truly marks the end of a long gone, but not forgotten, era.....
    8. hunterqlee hunterqlee, 2 years ago
      Dick Dale died Sunday.
    9. Brunswick Brunswick, 2 years ago
      Hunterglee, Yes. All the above comments are on his passing.

      Thomas.

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