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Old 10-24-2023, 08:21 PM
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Default Bob Welch Double Neck Guitar

Does anybody know which songs Bob Welch played double neck guitar on? He's frequently pictured with one, but I have yet to see any videos of him using the instrument.
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That's a fantastic photo!
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Define frequently.

Because I've never seen that.

He played it on Hotel Benefolds.
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Define frequently.

Because I've never seen that.

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And googling it only appears 2 more (that I've never seen either)
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Define frequently.

Because I've never seen that.

He played it on Hotel Benefolds.
I remember seeing images of him with the double neck guitar on at least one of his obituaries back in 2012, including this one right here.

https://www.today.com/popculture/for...ch-dies-818828

Here's another photo of Welch with a double neck guitar and Mick Fleetwood with a talking drum
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Here's another photo of Welch with a double neck guitar and Mick Fleetwood with a talking drum
Well, Mick used the talking drum on Night Watch—live and in the studio. And I always suspected those pics were of Bob playing that tune. But who knows?
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Well, Mick used the talking drum on Night Watch—live and in the studio. And I always suspected those pics were of Bob playing that tune. But who knows?
That makes sense.
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I legit wonder if it was the same one as this:



In fact, I’ve wondered if Lindsey used the same amp rig as Bob did prior to leaving. Like, was the rig maybe owned by the band?
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I legit wonder if it was the same one as this:



In fact, I’ve wondered if Lindsey used the same amp rig as Bob did prior to leaving. Like, was the rig maybe owned by the band?
I always thought the rig was the band's too. Like they stored their stuff and pulled it out for the 1974/5 White album recording.
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