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    Default RJ Ronquillo - Mr Moto

    Total coolness


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    Default Re: RJ Ronquillo - Mr Moto

    LOL - My first band covered that song. It's probably the second or third song I ever learned on guitar. First time I've heard it mentioned by anybody else.

    I like the cover, but the original smokes it:

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    Yogi Berra was correct.
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    I do a few chord things, some crappy lead stuff, and then some rhythm stuff.

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    Default Re: RJ Ronquillo - Mr Moto

    That was very cool. Great tone and playing with a sweet groove.

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    Default Re: RJ Ronquillo - Mr Moto

    Well RJ's take is a little different but he's such a great guitar player I just wanted to share it. He's relatively unknown since he's predominantly a sideman/studio guitarist but he was in Chelsea Smiles so some folks might know him from there.
    I wasn't particularly familiar with the song other than having heard it a few times in my life so I had no attachment to the original plus I freaking love that whacky Stradette.

    Eddie Bertrand from The Bel-Airs was a righteous guitarist, passed away earlier this year from cancer unfortunately, he was pretty much the guy that defined the surf guitar sound.


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