Guitarist Russ Field pictured just prior to appearing on BBC TV. The paint was still drying as the guitar had been built in 72 hours by Brian Eastwood–a schedule reduced by 2 1/2 weeks due to the oldie “Blue Moon” charting earlier than expected! Evidently the detatchable feet had an uncomfortable “knock on” effect!
The Guitar Collection Archive
coventry rockabilly club saturday 30th january 2010 featuring vince eager, colin green and brian “licorice” locking
Peter Jackson –a great tribute to Eddie Cochran
Dave Hill with the latest great incarnation of his Super Yob guitar. But, Dave, why ever did you swop your original John Birch, and your Framus, Super Yobs’ for a non-reverse Gibson Firebird?
Slade’s Christmas show — “Merry Christmas Everybody”. Pictures courtesy of Rosie Riot.
“Heaven just got a bit louder”
(Johnny Kidd’s ‘classic’ line-up from c.1962-64) took no prisoners in the 70s and still shakin’ in 2005
Guitar legend … Mick Green (Johnny Kidd, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, Van Morrison, Bryan Ferry, Paul McCartney etc.)
More information on Supersound Guitars and the company itself can be found in the Story of Supersound website.
Ted Taylor Four 1958 – Ted Taylor on right, Bob Rogers on left and Teddy Wadmore, seated, with the very first Supersound Bass (built in summer 1958) which he used on the Jack Jackson TV show in that year.
Bob Rogers – a top working guitarist. His first gig was in 1942 and he subsequently “played on hundreds of BBC broadcasts, films, shows and recordings” including as a member of the John Barry 7, Don Lang’s Frantic Five – even a session with Jimmy Page! Films including 6.5 Special and Beat Girl and, most recently as a Skinnerette on the Frank Skinner show in 2001!