GEAR: the perfect guitar pick case....with a nod to the old hood
Mon Jan 9 00:17:47 EST 2012
Thanks for sharing such sweet memories and for the rolling machine picture.
On 1/8/2012 7:54 PM, chuck 249 wrote:
> Back in the day, us kids wore with honor the badge of being from Oak
> Cliff...sure, we lived down wind from the Van Camp pork& bean
> factory, and most North Dallas girls were warned to stay far away from
> our type, but the battle of the bands were much better than average.
> With the likes of Jimmie, Doyle, and SRV honing their craft in garages
> not all that far from where Oak Cliff T-Bone Walker once called home,
> and played for tips at Kidd Springs Park.
> We even had our own rolling papers, or so we claimed, and though I
> don't recall them being around at the time--matching engraved rolling
> machines--which look like they could easily be used instead as a nice
> guitar pick case.
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