Southern Culture on the Skids! B-52′s!! Come on people! Ha Ha. These are
fun guitars for sure.
Tom Petty used one on all The Traveling Wulberry recordings.
I would have thought Jack Bruce would’ve been one of the first to come to
mind as a famous Longhorn user. He used it on “White Room” and a few
Dave Edmunds “Slipping Away” video…He plays a 6 String version of the
the lipstick things a myth
I love that sound
Johnny and the Hurricanes used a Dano. bass.
I OWN ONE….. LOVE IT!!!!!!! GREAT WITH DISTORTION!
Jack Bruce used one on early Cream recordings.
Cool bass and great fun! One thing makes me laugh about folks across the
water in Canada and USA and it’s this: Tube…”Toob” no, it’s Choob! And
”Sodder” no, it’s Soul der! Always gets me that, so there’s an English
diction lesson from an Englishman! Good stuff though Dave, still working my
way through your extremely comprehensive video set here on youchoob! Best
The guys from those 90s ska punk bands like NOFX love these things.. And I
I think i once saw a video of cream using em live
You’re great!! I have a question: which strings are the best for this bass?
In which scale? Thanks!!
They are great for gigs if you know how to play
My generation was played on a Fender Jazz Bass, stack knobs.
Sounds better with flats.
“My Generation” was recorded with a Fender Jazz Bass.
@simii57 not great for slapping
Class video. I was pleased to see you cover many of the well-known uses the
Longhorn served throughout music history.
The Elvis Costello bass player was actually playing one on tour in the
mid-nineties (? 94/95/96. can’t remember). I think that at that time they
were begining to reedit the danelectros.
Hey dave, cool video! I love that Who story. I’m building a guitar version
of one of these right now. Should get a video up when it’s done.
You’re awesome! What kind of strings would you reccomend?
Are you related to Howard Moon? haha
My generation was recorded with both really
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