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Topic: Where the all Brian's instruments gone??? Return to archive
07-24-01 05:32 AM
Taras
Good day and sunshine to All of You,

it is Taras, and I hope you'll not decide that I apply
with some stupid question.
It is just of curiosity - where the all Brian's
instruments gone?? I saw Brian's Vox tear form guitar
for sale in the Net, but what happen to sitar, harmonicas,
dulcimer, recorder, guitars and so on???? I heard that
the instruments were steal from Brian's Cotch.House,
is it true????

Thank you all!

Let the flowers' power grow in your souls!!!


Sincerely,
Taras
07-24-01 09:10 AM
SAGJ Taras,

A few years ago, I went to lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe in NY, and Brian's white guitar that he played on Ed Sullivan was hanging right in front of me, along with a picture of him playing it. Could've cried.

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