Thursday, February 23, 2012

Sean K. Preston rocks out on a Harmony H1215

I discovered this performer while I was on the Harmony Database and he is pretty darn terrific. His name is Sean K. Preston and he plays a style of rockabilly that reminds me alot of post-punk bands like THE GUN CLUB. If you listen to the studio version of this song "Money" you'll see that he even has a very similar voice to the great Jeffrey Lee Pierce.

I love guys like this - they are the heart and soul of rock n roll. - JC

2 comments:

  1. Hey JC...thanks for posting this vid and the kind words. if you're on facebook, then look me up and don't be a stranger. The guitar in this vid is my absolute favorite. Her name's June...she's been fitted with grover rotomatic tuners, a solid endpin jack and a cheap chinese pickup that attaches to the neck. I've got 6 of these old harmony archtops...love em'. Lemme know what size t-shirt you take and i'll send ya one!

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  2. man i am digging his music!!!! man you should throw an artist up per week....really diggin this!!

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I appreciate your comments but please no commercial links or non guitar related conversations. Thank you. - JC

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