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Can you give me a little history about this amp and tell me what it’s worth today? Carl in Phoenix, Arizona Hi Carl, There are many ties between Fender and Music Man, but the story isn’t as clear-cut as Leo Fender simply building Music Man amps. As we all know, Leo Fender sold Fender to CBS in 1965.
As part of the deal, there was a clause that he would not be involved in the music industry for 10 years (though he did consult with Fender for a few years after the sale).
There’s nothing more special than when you’re about to bone down with a man and he stops. It takes dangerously high levels of ego and earnestness to play a song for someone you’d like to sleep with—Zach Braff levels—and it’s very unbecoming.
"Wait," he says breathlessly, "I want to play you something." Then he conjures an acoustic guitar out of thin air and plays you a romantic ballad, and afterwards you make sweet sweet love while the guitar watches. Here’s a great rule for making love and making movies: Never do anything Zach Braff would do. It’s recently come to my attention that playing guitar for lovers is a thing men do habitually, like getting wasted and sleep-peeing in random vessels around the house in the middle of the night.
(One colleague claims he has successfully wooed a woman with his guitar, but this same colleague once blessed me with a lengthy definition of the Electoral College.) Maybe you’re actually bit talented, but you have to be so, so good to play for an audience of one. You playing your guitar is the long opening overture to ?
Quality control problems with the guitars and basses produced by CLF cost Music Man dearly.
Communication and relationships also became strained between the three founders of Music Man (it was no secret that Forrest White and Tom Walker did not see eye-to-eye).
Leo had another business called CLF (Clarence Leo Fender) Research that produced guitars and basses for Music Man.
And just a few miles down the road, Tom Walker and his crew built the amplifiers at the Music Man factory.