Posted on April 10, 2007 by Ian
Here’s a picture of me at Sandbanks on the south coast last week. The weather was just starting to take shape for a great Easter. But Easter is over, and I just posted another chapter of my satirical comedy thriller, Tony Blair: the Wilderness Years at Blogster. I started it in 2000, I finished it in 2003, and I published it in 2005. Check out My Reviews above, and My Novel.
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Posted on April 9, 2007 by Ian
It’s the warmest Easter in the UK I can remember, which is great for being outdoors, but not so great for sitting at the PC blogging. Here’s my second guitar. It’s a Hohner Fender 65 strat copy from 1981, almost certainly made in Fender’s Japan factory, but I’d have to dismantle it to find the Fender factory mark inside the heel. It plays better than lots of real Fenders I’ve played. It suits Ernie Ball hybrid slinky 9s, and I use it to record as it’s punchier than the Taylor. Here it is on episode 1 of my songwriting podcast, The Riff, which I started last month.
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