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rededdie
Posted 2006-12-16 11:25 AM (#226312)
Subject: solidbody O



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I was at a local lounge last night, and on the big screen was a taped version of The Stones in London.
In a number of songs Ron Woods played a solid body Ovation. Out of pure curiosity has anyone seen this, or by chance know what model of guitar he played
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Paul Templeman
Posted 2006-12-16 1:17 PM (#226313 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O


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I can remember seeing Ron Wood playing a ton of different guitars throughout his career, including Strats, Teles, a couple or 3 Zemaitis, Ampeg plexiglass, Gibson L5S, Gibson Firebird, right now he has a Duesenberg signature model. I can't recall ever seeing him with an Ovation. Can you narrow it down? Single cutaway or double cut? Do you remember the venue or year of the concert?
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2006-12-16 7:57 PM (#226314 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O


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Ed, it sounds like you need to go back to the lounge for a little "research."
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Captain Lovehandles
Posted 2006-12-16 9:53 PM (#226315 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O



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I agree with Mark. If Woody was playing a solid O, I'd like to see it. Maybe they'd give you the title of the DVD.
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rededdie
Posted 2006-12-16 10:30 PM (#226316 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O



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I just spoke with the lounge owner and he said it is called the Rolling Stones 4 flicks arena show. When I get a chance I'll go watch it again, and pay closer attention. I am pretty sure I saw the Ovation head, but I know very little of solid bodies.
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Paul Templeman
Posted 2006-12-17 10:01 AM (#226317 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O


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I've seen that DVD. From memory Wood plays a couple of Teles, a Firebird and a semi-acoustic which could be a Gretsch or a Duesenberg. Definately no Ovations.
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Bill C
Posted 2006-12-21 11:55 PM (#226318 - in reply to #226312)
Subject: Re: solidbody O


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The other night I saw a Stones video (Aftermath?). There weren't very many closeups of Woods, but there were a few quick shots, and he was playing an electric that kinda looked like it had an Ovation head--but the "ears" were a lot bigger. The body was almost teardrop shape like an old Vox. Rounded but not symmetrical though.
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