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Stevie Ray Vaughan doesn’t miss a note as his roadie seamlessly replaces his guitar mid-song

Dec 22, 2013 By Abraham 6

When Stevie Ray Vaughan broke a string in the middle of a song, his guitar tech Rene Martinez played his role perfectly…

6 Comments

  1. rodzilla says:

    Sad that so many of today’s “artists” are not able to play an instrument, instead, using electronically sampled (often from classic rock songs) backing tracks. And a lot seem unable (or unwilling?) to sing THEIR OWN SONGS live, instead lip-synching to a recorded (and, likely, heavily processed) version of their original work. The entire music industry seems to be swirling down the toilet. SRV and his contemporaries would be ashamed.

  2. max says:

    Ok! a chord broken is not problem when the song is not hard. This video is a perfect example.

    but the sound is just cool! not hard.

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