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    • Darnell Bender

      Epiphone Ultra 339 and Epiphone Jr. I call them Wilma and Lucinda. Two of the prettiest girls I know.

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    B.B. King named his Gibson "Lucille" after a woman who caused a fight in the audience of one his earliest shows that nearly burned the venue down!

    Prince's custom Hohner Telecaster. Many a solo has been ripped on that baby.

    You don't even need to see his face to know who this guy is. How many dudes can play as fast behind their back as they do normally?

    The king of the blues, B.B. King, looking fit and happy in his younger days.

    Albert "The Velvet Bulldozer" King. Bad. Ass.

    Would you even recognize him if his name wasn't on that guitar?

    Freddie "The Texas Cannonball" King blasted out some of the best blues around, all without a pick!

    Jimi, doing what no one else can do.

    Jimi Hendrix before he formed his own group, shown here playing for Mr. Wilson Pickett in 1966.

    A classic, haunting picture of Robert Johnson.

    Buddy Guy, tearing up some South Chicago blues and lookin' fly.

    JUNIOR, STARCASTER AND ULTRA39

    Epiphone Ultra 339 and Epiphone Jr. I call them Wilma and Lucinda. Two of the prettiest girls I know.

    Jimi Hendrix, Blues. Glad to see that the best guitarist ever revered those blues artist whose shoulders he stood on.