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The acoustic guitars and double bass are impeccable.
One of the more magical moments was when Uncle Owen (Steven's younger brother) busted out his guitar, brought with care from Boston, to kick Christmas up a notch.
The acoustic guitar had more discernible rattles and plinks.
The oozingly slow opening track features her crystalline voice accompanied only by acoustic guitar and—as the song winds down—a sensual pedal steel.
With her long blonde hair, lilting soprano and acoustic guitar, the enduring image of the singer-songwriter icon is one that dates back to the late ‘60s or early ‘70s.
This stripped down arrangement—mostly acoustic guitar, piano and Stevie Nicks helping sing backup—is one of my favorite musical memories.
Like beer and girls in jeans and the very idea of playing music loudly while driving your car down a big straight road, Tom Petty’s ringing acoustic guitars was the final piece of the puzzle of my new self.
Listen to Jimmy Page’s spine-tingling guitar riffs with one of two optional Alpine audio systems or the crème-de-la-crème 900-watt, 18-speaker Harman/Kardon setup.
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