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Signature Telecaster section combined with separate article
The Signature Telecaster section is a duplicate of a separate article, James Burton Telecaster, so I'm consolidating the section into that article and cleaning it up a bit, and adding the article link under See also. Chuckiesdad (talk) 03:16, 5 December 2008 (UTC)
I can't say how amazed I am that the artists who backed up notable musicians from Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson, and more don't have photographs, or even, a timeline that the reader can follow. Particularly for a guitarist that inspired so many others --Keith Richards!-- not to have much said in either the biography or the guitarist work group speaks volumes. [shaking my head] This is insane. I thought at first, "well, people just don't like The Allman Brothers Band, or they don't take to the Dixie Chicks", or whatever, but it appears that while bands like the Snow Patrol are FA-ranked, the pioneers of rock music and country music, too.. are being overlooked. Let me go find a photo of Burton and Glen D. Hardin while I ponder the preferences of Wikipedians! [throwing my hands up in the air!]--Leahtwosaints (talk) 20:47, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
Still waiting for you Country music editors...