This was Randy’s first electric guitar. It was an old guitar that belonged to his mother Delores, and it was used by students at her music school called “Musonia”. After Randy gained interest in electric guitar, she introduced him to Scott Shelly who worked at the school, and during this time Randy learned the basics of the electric guitar.more
Jon Foreman is seen using a Harmony model H59 Rocket 3 pickup in sunburst. Close up shots of Jon with the guitar are seen at 0:03 and 0:13. It is easily identifiable by 3 its Dearmond gold foil pickups, 6 white knobs ; 3 volume and 3 tone knobs, and its rotary selector switch. Along with at 1:26 the headstock and its long writing.more
"I also own a 94 Strat, a 68 Harmony Rocket which i write on a lot, a nylon/classical which i used to write on a lot, and Alvarez 6-string acoustic, an Alvarez 12-str acoustic, a Kay Old Kraftsman Thin-Twin (Jimmy Reed, Hubert Sumlin, & my dad) and an old Fernandes “elephant” battery-powered built-in speaker guitar."more
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