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Thread: Guild Siting: Ted Greene with Guilds

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    I was very fortunate to be able to study with Ted back in the early ‘90’s. I’ll comment more about him on the other thread.
    I will say the DE 400 was Ted’s dream guitar. When I first started with him, he would talk about getting one someday. He came into some unexpected cash later, and spent it on Guilds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shihan View Post
    I was very fortunate to be able to study with Ted back in the early ‘90’s. I’ll comment more about him on the other thread.
    I will say the DE 400 was Ted’s dream guitar. When I first started with him, he would talk about getting one someday. He came into some unexpected cash later, and spent it on Guilds.
    I love that in the clip with the Duane Eddy, at 1:45 he says, "This is home for me, this guitar...". Then a brief comment about it's responsiveness.

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    He did tell me one time that the ES-330 he’s playing at the beginning of the first clip was the guitar he was grabbing if he could save just one. That might have been just how he was feeling that day though.
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